Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse

Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse

   For over 200 years, the saddle horse has lived in the hills and valleys of eastern Kentucky. Originally bred by the mountain people for the demanding needs of farm life, the horse which had been secluded for many years became noticed and domesticated in the late 1980s. Over the last 20 some years these horses have become a highly sought after pleasure horse in all of Kentucky as well as around the world, for their easy going temperament, intelligence, versatility, willingness, and most notably, a smooth, natural 4-beat gait. Many members of long-time Kentucky families remember well the stories of the many extraordinary feats that were told about these horses by their grandfathers and great grandfathers around the dinner table.
   In 1989, Robert Robinson, Jr., a native of Irvine, Kentucky formed the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association (KMSHA) to document and preserve the ancestry and rich heritage of the mountain saddle horse. In 2002 the Spotted Mountain Horse Association (SMHA) was formed, (a subsidiary of the KMSHA) to register mountain horses that had spots of white that were considered to much coverage for any of the existing mountain horse breeds, in order to meet their solid color
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