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Masterworks Creative LLC announces the launch of SADDLEBREDSHOWCASE.NET on June 30, 2016. From the creators of the popular website, the premier marketing tool for selling Morgan Horses, SaddlebredShowcase offers both sales listings and stallion service listings for American Saddlebreds, saddle ponies, road horses and ponies and hackney, fine harness and pleasure ponies.

With a singular price of $75 until the horse is sold, including all revisions and updates, the sales feature includes photos, video, secure seller contact, pedigree and description that is edited for accuracy and marketing strength. Stallion listings are $150 per year and also receive the same detailed attention and promotion. Every listing is posted to Facebook and Twitter, where it is expected to reach thousands of potential shoppers as interest and awareness grows.

To enhance distribution, both and are included in the Marketplace on the newly launched United Shows smartphone application, which debuted at the recent Syracuse International.

“After over 15 years of success with MorganShowcase, I finally had to bow to the requests from friends and associates to offer the same service to the Saddlebred side. I hope this new site is all they’d hope for and more!” says Tami Johnson, founder and principal of Masterworks Creative, the equine agency that has catered to this industry for almost 30 years. Johnson goes on to say “This is a great way to enhance print ads, flyers and other hard media. Just direct readers to SaddlebredShowcase for more information and let the listing do the talking.”

With almost 10,000 followers on the MorganShowcase Facebook page, Johnson is hoping the SaddlebredShowcase will quickly meet or exceed those numbers and become a major player in expanding and complimenting the marketing and promotion of show horses. For more information, visit or call Tami Johnson at 314-750-1397.

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