What kind of shows can Kentucky Mountain Saddle horses do?

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What kind of shows can Kentucky Mountain Saddle horses do?

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    06-17-2013, 03:13 PM
What kind of shows can Kentucky Mountain Saddle horses do?

There's a 4 year old KMSH mare for sale I might look at in a few weeks,and if we get her I'm having her as a show horse. But the thing is,what kind of shows can they do,preferably western? Help!
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    06-18-2013, 05:37 AM
You might want to look at the show & events section on the Kentucky Mountain Horse Association's website. You can get an idea of the kinds of classes and events available. Website is here:

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    06-20-2013, 01:44 PM
I have a Kentucky mountain horse and I currently show in western trail, and saddleseat. Saddleseat is an English eventing sport though. It's a lot of fun but you would have to train the horse to trot if you want to do western. You could also do gaming if you like speed events.
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    06-23-2013, 07:43 AM
There are many shows in Kentucky with the KMSHA. Are you adult or youth as they are very heavily into the youth showing classes. I know they have several different class types available. Also a lot of people are now into western dressage. I would definitely go to their website and check out the showbills. I know there was a show just this weekend.

4 year old, gaited, mare, show, western

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