Spotted Saddle Horse - horses for sale
Combining the great looks of pinto horses with smooth and comfortable gaits for riding, the Spotted Saddle Horse is an all-American creation. Indeed, the breed hails from central Tennessee, one of the states recognised for the quality of its selective horse breeding, which has produced several outstanding horse breeds and many famous individuals. Two Tennessee-based registries exist for breeders who want to sell a Spotted Saddle Horse. Equestrians looking for a comfortable riding horse that is at home in the show ring often buy a Spotted Saddle Horse for its looks and gaits. Always displaying pinto colouring, these eye-catching horses are strong and a good height for a family all-rounder.
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Use and characteristics of the Spotted Saddle Horse
The two essentials for breed registry are pinto colouring of any base colour, and a comfortable ambling gait rather than a trot. Otherwise, the Spotted Saddle Horse has the familiar walk and canter common to all breeds. Individuals may also perform other gaits such as the stepping pace, fox-trot and rack, which will be displayed when a vendor sells a Spotted Saddle Horse. The breed is between 14.3 hands (59 inches/150 cm) and 16 hands (64 inches/163 cm) in height and weighs between 900 pounds (410 kg) and 1,100 pounds (500 kg). Being sometimes described as a stocky version of the Tennessee Walking Horse, opting to buy a Spotted Riding Horse works well for a family with riders of various ages, abilities and sizes.