I own 3... soon to be four.
Don't show ASHA though.... mine are used as all around great horses.
Got a 4 yr old stud colt - was planning to use him as a sporthorse sire, but he's not maturing quite the way I was hoping (or maybe it's just a really odd phase to his growth), so he's likely getting snipped. He gets another year to show me he's worth his nuts - then he'll be a great gelding. This horse has an incredible jump on him, and would do very well in dressage... he's just been started this spring undersaddle.
(taken this spring)
A 6yr old mare. Was used once as a broodmare (by the people I bought her from) and has produced a STUNNING half WB colt. Plan to polish up her training, and probably aim her mostly for dressage - but we'll see once we get past the "ghosts" in her head. Tends to be a tense horse, but very kind, willing and gentle.
A 13yr old, has been broodmare, now being used as a lesson horse. May breed her again, but at this point we just want to get her fit and going again. She's gaited - but I don't think was ever trained to gait. Right now she's being used as a PC mount... and proving to everyone Saddlebreds can do more than just trot.
... and then we'll be bringing home a weanling stud colt in September/October (when he weans). Stunning, typey colt - will hopefully be a breeding prospect. I may do some breed shows along with other events with him - but we don't have many in our area, so we'll have to see how it goes.
There isn't much I don't like about the breed - other than perhaps their lack of "substance" (used to be a QH/stockhorse person.... was a time when nobody could convince me there was any other kind of horse LOL)
Our overall "game plan" is to use these amazing horses to outcross to drafts/Friesians - for Georgian Grande foals. This cross has been really consistent and popular in my area (where Saddlebreds aren't "common", nor are there many opportunities to show the purebreds in breed shows), they are incredible athletes with loads of scope and boldness for eventing, jumpers, and dressage... and have that substance I'd like to improve on in the Saddlebred. The idea is to produce a very small number of foals, train them, promote them and then sell them.
While we're getting our ducks in a row though they'll be trained, ridden and shown.