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American Saddlebred Horses
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because they were easy to ride with their gait. History Of The American Saddlebred Horse Pictures Of The American Saddlebred Horse This prezi is about the American Saddlebred Horse The American Saddlebred Horse At that time, 1800's, the ASB horse was nicknamed the Kentucky Saddler. Later on, its real name was called The American Saddlebred Horse. They were developed into a very stylish and fancy horse. They became so fancy that they were used for pulling carriages full of people to a ball on Saturday nights. Walk: slowest pace a horse can do. Trot: A little bit faster than walking. Canter: canter is a little bit more energetic than trotting. Five Main Gaits: Walk, trot, and canter
are the same as before but
the new gaits are: Galloping is when the horse is
running full speed. Pace is when the horse is running
a little bit slower than galloping. Three gaited horses are shown with a clipped main and tail. Five gaited horses are shown with a full mane and tail. Five Gaits: Walk, trot, and canter are the same
gaits as before. Here are the new ones: Galloping is the fastest speed a horse can do. Pace is one speed slower than galloping. Three gaited horses are shown with
a clipped main and tail and five gaited horses are shown with a full mane and tail. About The American Saddlebred Horse The ASB horse is a common show
horse in America. This horse is used for racing, farming,
or just as a pet. The ASB horse has a long and slender
neck and it also has wide set eyes. Their skin color is always a solid color. ASB horses are exposed to epitheliogenesis
disease which they are able to get when they are newborns. About the American Saddlebred They eat hay, grass, and grain. They are 60-64 inches in height. They weigh 1,000-1,200 pounds. Their life span is 25+ years. The American saddlebred is the
size of a thoroughbred, but has
the ability to learn easy gaits. You may ask, whats so great about the
American Saddlebred Horse? Well, here's a bunch of reasons why
people LOVE the American Saddlebred Horse! They are liked for their tremendous showy action. They are liked for their amazing
posture and form. Their beautiful neck, And its uplifted tail! This breed is made
with a satin coat of
red, black, or
chestnut. This horse also LOVES to be around people! The ASB horse has a
gentle and charming nature. It is prized for its eagerness,
strength, and temperament. They are EXTREMELY
intelligent. People also like how elegant they l00k when
they are hitched to a carriage. They also look amazing
when they are hitched to a carriage. THE AMERICAN
SADDLEBRED ASSOCIATION The American Saddlebred Assosiation,
ASHA, is one of Kentucky's oldest institutions.
It was founded in 1891. The ASHA club helps
newcomers learn more about
the breed as well as offering
many activities to do with
your community and interact
with the horses. The ASHA club was first created
in Louisville, Kentucky and then was later
moved to a museum in Lexington, Kentucky. Some of the activities they do are: Riding or leading a horse in
PARADES Presenting annual awards, Trail rides, and many
more popular things! FUN FACTS ABOUT THE ASB HORSE The oldest horse was named Old Billy. He was 62 years old when he died. He died of old age. The ASB horse was the only horse that was published in the Sports Illustrated magazine.
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ABOUT THE AMERICAN SADDLEBRED HORSE!!! This is Old Billy, the oldest horse ever recorded. He was 62 years old when he died. By: Grace Miller HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHY YOU MAY ASK?