A newer breed spurred on by the increasing interest in equestrian sports: The American Warmblood.
The American Warmblood Registry (AWSSR) was first formed in 1983, making it one of the most recent North American breeds. The registry claims to be focused on producing a horse of versatile performance quality. These horses are a combination of both riding and driving-centric breeds. For instance, Two Moon, a rescue from a slaighter auction in Pennsylvania, is a mix of Selle Francais, Holsteiner, and Hanoverian DNA. The registry holds strict standards based on the DNA of the animal. Give it a look!