There are three types of SSH:
1.) Spotted show bred walkers.
2.) Spotted plantation/old style walkers.
3.) "Actual" SSHs, which have little to no walker blood.
The last two are great trail horses and are usually stout enough to carry a larger rider. "Actual" SSHs are usually shorter than average and have an almost pony like build to them. Like most ponies, they're very sturdy for their size. They usually have a step pace or saddle rack as their easy gait of choice, while most walkers... Well, walk.