The National Show Horse Registry (NSHR) was created to meet a growing need within the equine industry for beautiful show horses with athletic ability, for new excitement and incentives in the show ring and for a broader base for the show horse industry. The overwhelming choice for this new breed was an animal that would combine the beauty, refinement and stamina of the Arabian with the size and high-stepping motion of the American Saddlebred. Since its beginning in 1982, the NSHR has taken steps to make possible the employment of a variety of combinations of these two basic bloodlines to produce a breed that continues to surpass its own standards, the always exciting National Show Horse.
National Show Horse
Representing a crossbred of the Arabian and the American Saddlebred. Information, registry updates, horses for sale and at stud, and clubs.
National Show Horse Online
A cross between two distinctive breeds; the Arabian and the American Saddlebred. Includes breeders and trainers links, horses for sale and a photo gallery.
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