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Spotted Saddle HORSE STATS

Country of Origin: United States
Use today: Spotted Saddle Horses are a popular trail mount. They are also shown in gaited horse competition and used for gaming.
Color: Pinto. Any base color is acceptable, but horses must show some white on the body.
Height: 13.3-16h

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Spotted Saddle HORSE PROFILE

Profile: Spotted Saddle Horse breeding includes a heavy Tennessee Walking Horse influence combined with bloodlines descended from spotted Spanish-American ponies. The breed was originally developed in Tennessee to be a reliable family horse with a smooth, comfortable gait for long trail rides. Today, the breed is shown as a gaited horse, typically in western tack, and is still popular for trail riding.

Characteristics: Spotted Saddle Horses are generally smaller and stockier than their Walking Horse cousins. They do not trot, but instead demonstrate a smooth, four-beat gait and must have white markings on their bodies to be eligible for registration.For More Info: Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association; National Spotted Saddle Horse Association

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