Our library is a treasure trove of information for anyone interested in the American Saddlebred and its rich history. With over 5,000 items, including books, periodicals, show and sale programs, audio recordings, and videos, our library is a comprehensive resource for all things related to this iconic breed.
Whether you're a seasoned breeder, a dedicated enthusiast, or simply curious about the American Saddlebred, our library has something for you. Our collection of books covers a wide range of topics, from breed standards and training techniques to historical accounts and personal memoirs. We also have an extensive collection of magazines, including rare and hard-to-find issues, that document the breed's evolution over time.
In addition to our print collection, our library also includes audio and video recordings that showcase the American Saddlebred in action. From classic competitions to modern demonstrations, these recordings bring the breed to life and offer a unique perspective on its beauty and grace.
Whether you're researching the breed's history or simply looking for a good read, the American Saddlebred Museum library has something for everyone. So come explore our collection and discover the wonders of the American Saddlebred for yourself!
Our extensive collection of books, periodicals, audio recordings, and videos is now more accessible than ever before. Thanks to a generous grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, we have completely re-organized our library for a more user-friendly experience.
Want to delve deeper into the world of the American Saddlebred? Members can schedule an appointment for research or simply indulge in some leisurely browsing. And with our newly launched online book catalog, you can search for your favorite titles from anywhere, at any time. Come discover the wonders of the American Saddlebred for yourself and let our library be your guide!