saddlebred

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saddlebred

(ˈsædəlˌbrɛd)
n
1. (Breeds) an American breed of riding horse
2. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) an American breed of riding horse
adj
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) (of a horse) bred for riding
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Twenty "equestrian units" will also be featured in the parade, including "a wide variety of breeds including graceful Andalusians, striking Percherons, and elegant Saddlebreds," the event's website said.
The Children's Benefit Horse Show will feature more than 100 horses and ponies of varying breeds including Morgans, American Saddlebreds, Friesians, and Hackney Ponies.
There are Palomino Saddlebreds, Palomino Quarter Horses, Palomino Arabians, Palomino Tennessee Walkers, and many more.
Shatner is an avid horse rider and breeder of Saddlebreds, a unique breed that came out of Kentucky 200 years ago.
John was a champion horse trainer and showed his champion Morgan and Saddlebreds all over the country.
His wife, Linda, is a 1982 graduate and an avid equestrian who has bred horses and trained American Saddlebreds for more than 20 years.
Three-gaited Saddlebreds perform a walk, trot and canter.
Saddlebreds can either be three-gaited (walk/trot/canter),
Breeds such as Thoroughbreds, Walking horses, Saddlebreds, Warmbloods, Appendix Quarter Horses, most Arabians, and any horse bred specifically for the show ring.
About 200 people competed in the fourth annual Summer Showcase featuring American saddlebreds, Morgans, harness ponies and other breeds.
He breeds and shows American saddlebreds and quarter horses.
You'll spot grazing Thoroughbreds (the racing royalty), American Saddlebreds (the show ring elite) and quarter horses (the working horses of choice for trail riding and farm overseeing).