Spotted Saddle Horses

Third of these new breeds of gaited horses, the Spotted Saddle Horse is a cross-breed of Spanish and American pinto horses. Closely related to Tennessee Walking Horses, this breed is a combination of Standardbreds, Missouri Fox Trotters, Mustangs, Peruvian Pasos, Paso Finos, and Racking Horses.

Spotted Saddle Horse Facts:

  • The Rocky Mountain Horse averages around 15 hands.
  • Color range is white in a spotted pattern, with at least one spot midway between the knees and chest.  The tail must also include a spot of two inches or more.
  • Head markings do not include the require spotting.
  • Legs include color above the hock or knees.
  • Read more at the Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association.
  • Star Lane’s finest stud, Fairwind’s Destiny, along with many of our other horses for sale, perpetuate one or more of these wonderful lineages.