KMSH is the abbreviation for the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse. As the name suggests it originates from Eastern Kentucky in the United States. Meanwhile, it is not primarily found in North America, but sporadically also in Europe. It is mainly used in western riding. The horses of this breed ... More about the horse breed Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse
River is a beautiful roan that stands at very well made 15 hands. She may be 15 but this girl still has the heart of a younger horse!! River is fearless on the trails and crossing water, mud, and logs is no big deal for her. She does great in all types of terrain, will ride with dogs and is traffic safe!! This gorgeous girl will stand to be mounted, will ride anywhere in a group and does fine with trailering. Sometimes River can get excited coming home (no bucks or rears) but is manageable so she would be best suited for an intermediate rider. She will stand tied, for the ferrier, grooming and saddling. So if you’re wanting a gorgeous trail companion that will go wherever you point then take a look at Rivers video and see for yourself just how nice this girl is!!