American Saddlebred

American Saddlebred
The American Saddle Horse was developed in Colonial America and gained fame as a breed during the Civil War, 1861-1865. General Lee's Traveller, Grant's Cincinnati, and Sherman 's Lexington were crosses between American Saddlebred and Thoroughbred. Stonewall Jackson's Little Sorrell was a cross between American Saddlebred and pacing stock. Most cavalrymen in the Confederate commands of Generals John Hunt Morgan and Nathan Bedford Forrest rode American Saddlebreds, which performed legendary feats of endurance.

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  • American Saddlebred — Ch …   Wikipédia en Français

  • American Saddlebred — Wichtige Daten Ursprung: USA Hauptzuchtgebiet: USA, Kanada, Südafrika Verbreitung: Hauptsäc …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • American Saddlebred — Infobox Horse name= American Saddlebred features = High stepping with exaggerated action altname= Saddlebred, American Saddler country= United States (Kentucky) status=American Saddlebred Horse Association| The American Saddlebred,… …   Wikipedia

  • American Saddlebred — or American Saddle Horse Breed of light horse that originated in the U.S. The breed was developed by crossing Thoroughbreds, Morgans, and Standardbreds on native mares having an easy gait. It stands 15–16 hands (5–5.3 ft [1.5–1.6 m]) high, and… …   Universalium

  • American saddlebred — noun Date: 1948 any of a breed of 3 gaited or 5 gaited saddle horses developed chiefly in Kentucky from Thoroughbreds and smooth gaited stock called also American saddle horse …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • American Saddlebred — o American Saddle Horse (español: caballo de silla norteamericano). Raza de caballos livianos originarios de EE.UU. La raza fue desarrollada mediante la cruza de machos Purasangre, Morgan y Standardbred con yeguas nativas de suave andar. Tiene… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • american saddlebred — ˈ ̷ ̷  ̷ ̷ ˌ ̷ ̷ noun Usage: usually capitalized A : american saddle horse …   Useful english dictionary

  • American Saddlebred — noun A breed of horse that originated in Kentucky by crossing Thoroughbreds, Morgans and Standardbreds …   Wiktionary

  • American Saddlebred Horse — American Saddlebred Wichtige Daten Ursprung: USA Hauptzuchtgebiet: USA, Kanada, Südafrika Verbreitung: Hauptsächlich in den Zuchtgebieten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • American Saddlebred horse — ▪ breed of horse also called  American Saddle Horse,    breed of riding horse possessing several easy riding gaits and great vigour and style. It is the prevailing riding horse of horse shows in the United States. The Thoroughbred, Morgan,… …   Universalium