The Magnetic Attraction of Saddlebreds

Adventures in Saddle Seat

Enjoy the ride.



To fund her shows this year, and to promote the versatility of the American Saddlebred, Sheila Palmer, aka Saddlebred Addict [Archives] has designed these display magnets and stickers. Available starting today at her Etsy shop, AnimatedTrot, Digital Artwork. Photo provided by artist. Border added for post appeal.

Aside from one quasi hop [Midwestern Mounts], I have never jumped an ASB. I totally would if I could find the right horse [Support For A Wild Idea]. I plan to order a set first thing today.

Sheila speaks,

Most of you that know me know that I am a huge fan and advocate for my American Saddlebred as a versatile and competitive horse in any discipline. I love sharing information about the breed with anyone and everyone who will listen.

Because of that, I came up with an idea to design a few saddlebred sport horse graphics of my own, using the title of my blogging website, “Show Horse Sport Horse”. Whether your saddlebred comes from a show horse background and was given a new purpose in life or was purpose-bred for the sport, I want my designs to promote the breed as a whole while also focusing on the versatility of these horses and talents they bring to non-traditional disciplines.
Eventually, if there’s enough interest I may have other items made with these designs like shirts, hats, or possibly saddle pads. Nautica

Update [Finding A Horse To Match The Hat]

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

5 thoughts on “The Magnetic Attraction of Saddlebreds

  1. Saddlebreds may be nice, but my heart belongs to Arabians. Who can also do way more than most people give them credit for. After all, Chief had been used as a field hunter, and if my spine hadn’t already been going bad we would have worked on dressage.
    I think most breeds can do more than we give them credit for.

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