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The State Horse of Alabama is the Racking Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Racking Horse was proclaimed to be Alabama's State horse in 1975 and is a naturally gaited horse known for its beauty, stamina, and calm disposition that originated on the great southern p...
You Have a What? The Horse with the Permanent Wave - The American Bashkir Curly Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The American Bashkir Curly Horse is a hardy breed with a wide variety of curly coat types that range from a crushed velvet effect to a perfect Marcel wave; or from extremely tight ringlets to long...
The Most Popular of the Mountain Horses - The Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
For over 200 years, the saddle horse has lived in the hills and valleys of many parts of Kentucky. Originally bred by the Appalachian mountain people in Eastern Kentucky for the demanding needs of...
Germany's Rarest Warmblood Olympian -- the Holsteiner Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Holsteiner Warmblood Horse is the product of carefully organized breeding for over 750 years in the northernmost province of Germany. The horse was originally bred to provide valuable characte...
Aye, Laddie, The Largest Pony is the Irish Connemara
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Connemara Pony is considered to be Ireland's only native breed and is part of a group of equines known as mountain and moorland ponies.  It originated in Connemara, county Galway on t...
The Gypsy Vanner Horse - A Flash of Magic by Many Names
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Gypsy Vanner Horse® is a registered trademark and brand name given to the Gypsy Cob for the promotion of the horse by the Gypsy Vanner Horse Society.  It is a very flashy and colorful...
The World's Most Famous Draft Horse - The Clydesdale
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Clydesdales are a breed of heavy draft horse that originated in Scotland from native farm horses during the eighteenth century and has since evolved into one of the most recognizable breeds throug...
Go For the Gold with the Golden Palomino Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The modern Palomino is only a color and not a breed, as evidenced by the color being present in most equine breeds. The ideal body color is that of a golden coin, but the shade can vary from light...
The 100% Naturally Gaited Caballo Peruano de Paso - The Peruvian Paso Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Peruvian Paso originated in Peru, from the horses that were first brought to Peru in 1532 by the Spanish adventurer Franciso Pizarro. These horses blended the Barb, the Friesian, the Spanish J...
The Olympic Medal Winning Dutch Warmblood Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Dutch Warmblood is a breed of horse developed as a competitive and recreational horse for the major international equestrian disciplines of dressage, jumping, three-day eventing and driving fo...
When Is A Horse Not A Horse? -- When It's A Donkey
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
A donkey is a long-eared equine that looks similar to a horse, shares the genus Equus with the horse, but is a completely different species. Donkeys (Equus asinus) have 62 chromosomes while...
Harness a Retired Standardbred Racing Horse to Your Life
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Standardbreds are a relatively new breed, dating back just over 200 years, but it is a true American breed that began from crossing Morgan Horses and English Thoroughbreds. The origins of the Stan...
The European Trakehner Warmblood Horse Is On Track to Glory
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Trakehner is a European warmblood horse that is the oldest and most highly-bred of all the German warmblood breeds.  It is today's only purebred riding horse breed that was systematic...
The Myth of the Mysterious Mule and Molly
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Mules are hybrid animals of the equine family that result from the mating of a donkey stallion (called a jack) with a horse mare. In genetic terms, this is classified as an F1 hybrid between.Equus...
That High Perch You're On Might Be a Percheron - the French Draft Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Percheron is a very ancient breed of French draft horse that many people are familiar with, though perhaps not by name. These gigantic horses can't help but be noticed, and are often used ...
Draft Horses - the Gentle Giants of the Equine World
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
A draft horse is a very large, yet compact and stocky looking, horse which has been bred for extreme strength in both muscle and boning to give the horse the ability to handle very heavy labor suc...
The Kentucky Appalachian Bred Rocky Mountain Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
When the Rocky Mountain Horse originated in the United States in the late 1800's in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky, there was no comprehension of the need to do...
The Big, Bold and Beautiful Belgian Draft Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Belgian horse is a large, heavy, powerful draft horse that is native to the fertile pastures of Belgium.  Called the Great Horse in the Middle Ages, these horses carried knights into batt...
America's Favorite Shetland Pony
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Perhaps the oldest breed of horse in the United Kingdom is the Shetland Pony that was named after the Scottish islands where the breed originated. It is one of the most popular and well-known poni...
The Spotted Saddle Horse - The Gaited Horse of Many Colors
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Spotted Saddle Horse is a relatively new breed of naturally gaited horse that is known for having spotted coats of many colors. They are versatile, good natured with strength and stamina. ...
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