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Title: Horse Breeds Quiz


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  • Horse BreedsQuiz

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  • NOT A DRAFT
  • 15 AND ½ HANDS
  • Used for riding, driving, and high school
    routines.
  • Foundation started in 1917.
  • Found in circuses

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  • 2nd original american breed
  • 1700's were developed
  • Have own registration
  • Competes in shows
  • Common for white blanket like spot on butt

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  • Draft horse cold blooded
  • From Belgium
  • Been around since middle evil times
  • Used as harness horses
  • Tails docked
  • Government helped develop this breed
  • Have a blaze
  • Big chest

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Andalusian
  • May of 1968 was when the first American Walking
    Pony was created.
  • Middle age knight horse
  • Pure bred spanish breed
  • Cherry red
  • Lots of mane and tail
  • 52 hands
  • Broad chest
  • Lots of endurance

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  • Can be cross registered
  • Can be traced back forever
  • Buckskin and Dunn mate elbino
  • Came from spanish horse
  • Darker mane and tail
  • Cream to brown with black points

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  • Heavy draft horse
  • Buzzwiser beer
  • From Ireland
  • Very active
  • Not high stepping
  • Very strong
  • Normally bay with a blaze docked tail dark mane
    and tail
  • Do come black brown, chestnut, roam
  • Have feathering around hooves

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  • No color preferences
  • Trace past to sire
  • Founded by Mike Ruby
  • Swirl in pedigree (cowlicks)?
  • Fairly new breed since civil war
  • Records are recorded in both hand and online
  • 1934 in stock show to be shown
  • Got name in 1934
  • All American breed

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Arabian
  • From arbia in the arabian desert
  • Brought in to tents and homes
  • Kept the gentle
  • Carries tail high
  • Long narrow neck
  • Dish face
  • Ears scoped and point in
  • A lot of lung compacity
  • Used for running and racing
  • Pure breed
  • lg. nostrils
  • All colors
  • Not huge horses

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  • Old breed from austrian trail area
  • Can be traced back to 1874
  • Do have arabian in them
  • White mane and tail
  • Blaze on their face
  • First brought to us in 1958

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  • Northern Germany, the former Kingdom of Hanover
    is where they are from.
  • They were brought to the US in 1978.
  • They are used for riding and competition.

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  • 1560's was when they came into existence.
  • They were used in Spanish Riding Schools.

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  • The horses are used for show.

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  • The first Morgan was born in 1789 in Springfield,
    Massachusetts.
  • They are used for working the field.

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  • They are from North America but their ancestors
    can be traced to North America and Asia Minor.
  • They are used for pleasure riding, showing,
    ranching, racing, rodeoing, trail riding.

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  • The origin is unknown for sure, but thought to
    have come from the English Great Horse.
  • They are used for farm work.

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Palomino
  • Los Angeles County, California, on June 25, 1941
    was the year they were made.
  • They are used for show.

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Paso Fino
  • This horse got it's beginning in Spain.
  • They were used as one of the worlds finest riding
    horses.

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Shetland Pony
  • Their origin is the Shetland Islands as early as
    the Bronze Age.
  • They are used in the coal mining industry.

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Pony of the Americas
  • They were founded in Iowa in the year 1954.
  • It was used to provide a pony with good
    appearance, speed, and stamina for young riders
    who were too big for a small pony but not ready
    for a full-sized horse.

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Quarter Horse
  • They are from the southwestern area of Texas
    around the 1940's.
  • They are used for

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Rocky Mountain Horse
  • They are from Spout Springs, Kentucky, on the
    farm of Sam Tuttle.
  • They are a pleasure horse, for trail, and
    competitive or endurance riding.

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Saddlebred
  • They originated in America in 1836.
  • They are used for riding.

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Friesian
  • From europe
  • Used as draft horses
  • Used now for light agricultural work
  • Long thick manes and tail tail can reach the
    ground
  • ALL BLACK
  • White spot on head
  • High head carriage
  • Pulls carriages and wagons in england
  • Been around since the middle ages
  • Almost became extinct in the 1900's

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Welsh Pony and Cob
  • They were imported in 1889, but were able to be
    registered July 30,1907.
  • They are used to ride.
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