Palomino Saddlebred Mare
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Lily arrived as a yearling in 2016 all the way from Tennessee. A little Palomino Saddlebred, she will mature as a tall giraffe-necked beauty and she fits right into the herd. Glory, our older mare keeps her in line and although she gets along with everyone Lily has buddied up with Knight our grey Andalusian cross gelding. Lily is learning” “the ropes” and our friend the horse whisperer, Sol Spitz, ponies Lily and Glory out into the hills with Chess in the lead while I ride wild Knight, so he can go too! When Lily is 3 we’ll get on her and go! Lily and her equine buddies all participant in our on-site “Horsin’ Around” classes.
The American Saddlebred is referred to as the “Horse America Made” Descended from horses bred at the time of the American Revolution, the Saddlebred includes the Pacer, Thoroughbred and Morgan as it’s ancestors. Saddlebreds are known for their sense of presence and style and their spirited, yet gentle, temperament. They are considered a gaiting breed.