The Horse America made: : The Story of the American Saddle Horse
The Horse America made: The Story of the American Saddle Horse
Of the world’s horses the Arabian was most noted for hies beauty, the Thoroughbred for his speed, the Morgan for his sturdiness. America took the blood strains for all of these, along with that of the easy-gaited saddle horse of England, and bred a horse possessing the virtues of them all – the American Saddle Horse.
Rich color, clean line and movement, great intelligence for intricate training, longevity, suberb loyalty, uniformity of type, ease of riding – these are some of the outstanding qualities of the American Saddle Horse.
The Horse America made by Louis Tayler, Harper & Row, New York, published 1961, 250 pages, pictures
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