Mountain Pleasure Horse
Mountain Pleasure Horse    
    Horses were brought into isolated Eastern Kentucky communities by the first settlers in the late 1700s and 1800s. They bred their mares to the most gentle, most versatile and smoothest-riding stallions in their communities, until they achieved what they believed as the perfect horse. This was the beginning of the Mountain Pleasure Horse.  Blood-typing research by the University of Kentucky has shown it to be the parent stock of all the American gaited horse breeds.  Considered a rare breed there are around 3,000 Mountain Pleasure Horses registered from all across the country. According to the American Livestock Breed Conservancy the Mountain Pleasure Horse is listed on the conservation priority list under the category of being on watch.
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