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Title: Horse Breeds


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Horse Breeds
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Pony Breeds
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American Walking Pony
  • Originated in the United States
  • Developed to be a large pony
  • Arabian characteristics with smooth gates

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Banker
  • Originated on Shackleford Island, N. Carolina
  • Semi-feral breed
  • Larger pony breed standing 14 hands high

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Cayuse
  • Originally a wild horse in the US
  • High withers long cannon bones
  • Used to develop other Native Am. horses
  • Few of the breed remain
  • Mostly found in California

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Chincoteague Pony
  • Descends from wild horses on Assateague Is.
  • Island near Maryland and Virginia
  • Average size breed standing 12-13 hands high

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Dales Pony
  • Originated in England
  • Stand up to 14.2 hands high
  • Various colors

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Galiceño
  • Arrived in Mexico from Spain in 1519
  • Used for child mounts and for carting
  • Also good for herding cattle

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Hackney
  • Developed in England
  • Good childs horse
  • Also used for carting

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New Forest Pony
  • Originated in England
  • Up to 14.2 hands high
  • Ideal childs horse or for carting use

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Newfoundland Pony
  • Developed in Newfoundland
  • 11-14.2 hands high
  • 400-800 lbs. at mature weight
  • Can experience radical color changes

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Pony of America (POA)
  • Developed in the United States
  • Rugged and athletic
  • Distinctive spotted coat pattern

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Quarterpony
  • Developed in the United States
  • Small scale replica of the quarter horse
  • Patterned colors accepted
  • Average size is 13.2 hands and 800-900 lbs.

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Shetland Pony
  • Domesticated in Scotland
  • Oldest breed of horse in Britain
  • 9.3-10.2 hands high
  • Used for carting and halter classes
  • Prior use was as a work animal

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Welsh Pony
  • Originated in Wales before the Romans arrived
  • Pulled chariots in sporting events
  • Good sport horse

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General Horse Breeds
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American Cream and White
  • Developed in the United States
  • 15.2-16.2 hands high
  • 1100-1300 lbs.
  • Must have pink skin

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Appaloosa
  • Developed in US by Native Americans
  • Originally called Palouse horse
  • Named changed to Appaloosa by white settlers

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Arabian
  • Used to improve European saddle horses
  • Fine bone
  • Dished face with large nostrils
  • Average 14.2-15.2 hands high
  • Average 800-1000 lbs.

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Arappaloosa
  • Developed in the United States
  • Cross of Arabian and Appaloosa breeds
  • Body type of an Arabian preferred
  • Average 14.2-15.2 hands high
  • Average 800-1000 lbs.

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Morgan
  • Developed in Massachusetts
  • Average 14.2-15.2 hands
  • Coats are usually dark
  • Very well muscled, strong work horses

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Morab
  • Developed in the United States
  • Used Arabian and the Morgan breeds

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Quarter Horse
  • Developed in Southwestern United States
  • Named for their great speed at a 1/4 mile race
  • Used by the cattleman of the Southwest
  • Today they are used in all sorts of events

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Quarab
  • Developed in the US
  • Used Quarter Horse and Arabian breeds
  • Average 14-16 hands high

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Azteca
  • Developed in Mexico
  • Used Quarter Horses and some Spanish breeds

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Buckskin
  • Originated from Spanish Sorraia
  • Size equivalent to Quarter Horses

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Canadian
  • Developed in Canada
  • Also refereed to as the Little Iron Horse
  • Almost became extinct, still on critical list

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Cleveland Bay
  • Oldest established English breed
  • Breed maintained free of outcrosses

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Colorado Range Horse
  • Developed in Colorado
  • Not related to the Appaloosa
  • Foundation stock came from Turkey
  • No color requirements

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Finnhorse
  • Developed in Finland
  • Used for draft and riding

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Florida Cracker
  • Developed in Florida from Spanish horses
  • Average 13.5-15 hands high and 750-900 lbs
  • Used mainly for penning and herding cattle

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Fox Trotters
  • Developed in Missouri
  • A sure footed yet comfortable ride
  • Well known for their smooth gates

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Haflinger
  • Originated in Austria
  • Foundation stud is required in the lineage
  • Muscle of a draft horse
  • Height of a pony

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Hanoverian
  • Originated in Germany
  • Represents one of the most prominent riding
    breeds

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Icelandic
  • Developed in Icelend
  • Small, sturdy and hardy, but not light in build
  • Average 13-14 hands high
  • Average weight is 730-840 lbs.
  • Used for riding and carting
  • Used for meat production in Iceland

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Irish Draught
  • Developed in Ireland
  • Used for hunting, carting, and farmwork
  • Average 15.2-17 hands high

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Lipizzan
  • Developed in Austria
  • Arabian and Spanish breeds used
  • Born dark and turn white around age 6
  • Known for their fancy dressage performances

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Miniature Horse
  • Developed in the United States
  • Must measure no more then 34 high
  • Used for show and carting

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Mustang
  • Wild horse found in the Western US
  • Many exhibit Spanish characteristics
  • Protected by the US government
  • Can be obtained by the Adopt-A-Horse Program

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Moyle
  • Developed in Idaho as a light riding horse
  • Used Mustangs brought from Utah
  • Usually brown based color
  • Some have frontal bosses or horns
  • Very rare

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Paint
  • Developed in the United States
  • Descendants of North African Asian horses
  • Known for athletic ability
  • Must have Quarter Horse in the lineage

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Pinto
  • Developed in the United States
  • Color breed
  • Range of breeds, but not draft breeds

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Pintabian
  • Developed in United Sates
  • 99 Arabian blood with Tobiano markings
  • Arabian body features
  • Average size is 14.2-15.2 hands high
  • Average weigh 900-1100 lbs.

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Palomino
  • Developed in Europe long ago
  • Choice of ancient kings and emporers
  • Light to dark golden
  • Tail must be white with less than 15 dark hairs

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Saddlebred
  • Developed in the United States
  • Important during the Revolution
  • Popular show and event horse

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Golden American Saddlebred
  • Developed in the United States
  • Used Palimino and Saddlebred breeds
  • Known for their smooth gates and golden color

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National Show Horse
  • Developed in the United States
  • Used Saddlebred and Arabian breeds
  • People wanted a sturdy, elegant show horse

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Paso Fino
  • Developed in Spain
  • Smooth gates caused by a lateral foot placement
  • Average 13.2-15.2 hands high

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Thoroughbred
  • Developed in England
  • Known for its speed over extended distance
  • Average height is just over 16 hands
  • Traveling speeds average 35-40 mph

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Tennessee Walking Horse
  • Developed in Tennessee
  • Combination of
  • Morgan
  • Standardbred
  • Canadian
  • Thoroughbred
  • Known for its run-walk gate
  • Average 15.2 hands high

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Racking Horse
  • Developed in the United States
  • Related to the Tennessee Walker
  • Known for its special racking gate

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Rocky Mountain Horse
  • Developed in Kentucky
  • Small, sturdy and hardy, but not light in build
  • Must be 14.2-16 hands high
  • Must have a natural 4 beat racking gate
  • Must be a solid color with no white above the
    knee
  • Samll facial markings are permitted

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Draft Horse Breeds
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American Cream Draft
  • Developed in Iowa
  • Average 15-16.3 hands high
  • Mares weigh 1600-1800 lbs.
  • Stallions weigh 1800-2000 lbs.

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Belgian
  • Native to Belgium
  • Used as ancient war horses
  • Used for pulling competitions
  • Also popular logging horses

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Clydesdale
  • Founded in Scotland
  • Bred for farm and coal mine work
  • 16.2-18 hands high
  • 1600-2200 lbs.

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Percheron
  • Exact origin unknown
  • Average 15-16.3 hands high
  • Used to move freight in cities
  • Also used for farm work

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Shire
  • Common in England
  • Used for pulling competitions
  • Various colors

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Suffolk
  • Dates back to Medieval war horses
  • Average 16-17 hands high
  • Least common draft horse in the US

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