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American Saddlebred


American Saddlebred Horse Association, Breed standards · Equus ferus caballus . The American Saddlebred is a horse breed from the United States.

American Saddlebred Horse Association


Registry for the American Saddlebred purebred and partbred horse in North America.

American Saddlebred Horse Association - Facebook


American Saddlebred Horse Association, Lexington, KY. 40176 likes · 611 talking about this · 78 were here. Follow ASHA on Twitter!...

ASHAV: American Saddlebred Horse Association of Virginia


Dedicated to the enjoyment of the American Saddlebred in Virginia. Please be sure to visit our other pages, including forms to join our club, register your horse ...

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NCASHA Northern California American Saddlebred Horse Association


NCASHA is a local charter for the national American Saddlebred Horse Association. NCASHA promotes Saddlebreds at the local level and help newcomers to ...

The American Saddlebred Association of the Carolinas — ASAC


2015 CURRENT MEMBERS · 2015 Sanctioned Horse Shows · GALLERY · ACADEMY ... The 2nd Annual Mid Atlantic Saddlebred Event will be hosted by High ...

American Saddlebred, Illinois American Saddlebred Pleasure Horse ...


IASPHA is an Illinois based charter club of the American Saddlebred Horse Association.

NWSA | Northwest Saddlebred Association


Welcome to the Northwest Saddlebred Association. We are a friendly western outpost of enthusiasm for the American Saddlebred Horse, a uniquely American  ...

Minnesota Saddlebred Horse Association


American Saddlebred Welcome to the Minnesota Saddlebred Horse Association's (MSHA's) website, your place for information about this elegant, impressive ...

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Q: What is considered the triple crown of the American Saddlebred Ho...
A: It stands 15 to 17 hands (60-68 in./152-172 cm) high and weighs app... ...MORE... Read More »
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Q: Is membership with the American Saddlebred Horse Association requ...
A: Maybe. Owners and trainers of horses being shown in the Saddlebred Division at USEF licensed competitions where all Saddlebred sections are rated "A," must be m... Read More »
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Q: What markings do American Saddlebred horses have?
A: Black socks on all four legs. star. snip. blaze. The socks are never white. Those are the most common markings for a S. addlebred. horse. Read More »
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Q: Why do American Saddlebred horses eat wood?
A: It doesn't just happen to a particular breed of horse. Horses eat/chew on wood because of either boredom (not enough mental stimulation) lack of exercise, or ma... Read More »
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Q: What is the best American saddlebred show horse in the world?
A: The best American Saddlebred show horse in the world is Read More »
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