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post #1 of 16 Old 02-24-2011, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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I would love some information on the breed. I would love to see some pictures as well! Tell me about your NSHs. What do you do with them? Are they fun to ride?

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post #2 of 16 Old 02-24-2011, 08:07 PM
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This is Baby Girl. She is three quarters gaited NSH and one quarter TWH. She is just about to turn five and is registered SSH. She is known to rack occasionally, but I'm trying to bring out her walk. She's a hyper little thing, incredibly smart, and a little alpha mare. She has the heart and endurance of an Arabian, and that classy saddlebred movement at liberty. I can't quite bring it out undersaddle!

I specialize in CTR and endurance, but also do jumping (she's a fabulous jumper) and am working on getting her ready for rail classes.

Fun to ride? Currently, no. I'm working on her gaits, so I don't do much with her but walk walk walk... And gallop sometimes. THAT'S fun. Once I get her gaiting right, she'll be a joy.












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what does ssh? Mean?
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what does ssh? Mean?
I believe it is a Spotted Saddle Horse
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thanks :)
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Spotted Saddle horse, very yes.
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post #7 of 16 Old 02-24-2011, 09:18 PM
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Your horse is very beautiful. Here is our National Show Horse that we recently bought. Arab/Saddlebred He's very nice to ride. He's been shown in Hunter and Western Pleasure but with us he will be trail ridden. He is 12. I think he loves his new life on the farm! Lol
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He's gorgeous.
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Oh my gosh, both of your horses are stunning!! NSH can be gaited and non-gaited, right?

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Here's my daughter's leadline steed. He's 23 and still going strong.




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