Horses that Compete
NOTE VERY IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ - As of December 1st, 2011, USEF has issued new regulations regarding the release, assumption of risk and indemnifications listed on entry forms. All entry forms contained in the Pin Oak prize list were issued before this date and are now null and void. To enter the Pin Oak Show you must use the entry forms marked "REVISED" from our website. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The American Saddlebred horse was created in America and the registry dates back to 1891. The versatile Saddlebred is known for its stamina and endurance, and competes both under saddle, in driving classes and can also be found in various disciplines of equine competition. They are best known, however, as the ‘Peacocks of the Show Ring’. At Pin Oak, you will see Saddlebreds compete in the following types of classes: Pleasure, Equitation, Three-gaited, Five-gaited and Fine Harness.
Visit American Saddlebred Horse Association to learn more.
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