AmericanSaddlebredSportHorse.net was created in 2000 for the purpose of educating sport horse buyers, as well as American Saddlebred breeders, owners and trainers, about this amazing, but under utilized, natural equine resource. In addition to their obvious athleticism and charisma, the “Sport Horse America Made” is a willing partner in whatever endeavor their owners choose to aspire due in no small part to the phenomenal aptitude the breed has for this work. This site offers active support and education for buyers and sellers through our website. Please visit our classified section to advertise your horse, find your new partner, or participate in our online community. Consider our alternative! For more than 35 years, we have been breeding, developing, competing, buying, selling, and educating the public about the phenomenon that is the American Saddlebred Sport Horse. If you are looking for your ASB partner — WE ARE THE SOURCE!
- For Sellers, we offer consulting and advertising — free of charge. Don’t know how to do that video, or take those pictures that will enable you to bring in this group of buyers? Email us! We’ll be happy to help!
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- Are you wondering whether the bloodlines of your prospect are suitable for your goals? We can help unravel the mystery of breeding!
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Proposed Changes to USEF and USDF Rules - Tail Alterations
A proposed rule change has been submitted by Julie Lynn Andrew to the United States Equestrian Federation which, if approved, would end tail alterations and use of irritants on all horses shown in USEF competitions. Please see below to read proposal.
To become familiar with the surgical procedure, click here to read a description of methods used. of the Click button to below to read the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) position on tail alterations.
July 2017 Updates
The letters below were in response to an article published in Equus which discussed tail blocks.
All photographs below were taken at the 2016 Lexington Jr. League Horse show — one of the largest shows for American Saddlebreds in the United States.
USDA - Soring
The American Association of Equine Practitioners has recently released a statement in support of the USDA’s work in proposing regulatory changes to end soring. Click here to read the statement.