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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. ...
A Horse of Their Own - The Pony of the Americas - For Young Riders Only
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Pony of the Americas, more commonly referred to as the POA, is a popular and growing breed that was designed as a mount especially for young riders who were too big for a small pony but not re...
Oldenburg Warmblood - The Small Town Horse with the Big Time Success
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Of all the horses that were registered in 1987 with the German Equestrian Federation, approximately 8 percent were Oldenburg horses but that 8 percent represents one of the top lines in Germany. T...
From Feral to Friendly, Meet the Mustang
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Mustang horses are probably the most well known wild horse in the United States. The name "Mustang" is derived from the Spanish words "mesteño" or "monstenco" ...
The Hanoverian: rideable, noble, big framed and correct warmblood horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
For generations, the Hanoverian has been recognized as one of the most prominent and successful breeds of riding horses in the world today. Yet for all its prominence and success, including being ...
 The Haflinger Horse - Tyrolean Charm in a Chestnut Colored Package
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The origin of the Haflinger can be traced back to medieval times when writings told of an indigenous Oriental breed of horse that was found in the Southern Tyrolean Mountains on the border of pres...
Missouri Fox Trotter - The Versatile Gaited Horse from The Ozarks
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Missouri Fox Trotter is a breed of naturally gaited horse from the Ozarks that is most famous for its fox trotting gait of walking with its front feet while trotting with its back feet in a br...
Los Caballos de Paso Fino – The Horses with the Fine Walk
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Paso Fino horse has a proud past and is one of the oldest native breeds in the Western Hemisphere. During the 500 years that they have been selectively bred in the Western Hemisphere, the Paso...
The Colorful Pinto Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The terms "Pinto" and "Paint" are often confused when referring to a horse with a light and dark coat pattern, but in fact, those two words have different meanings. The Pinto H...
The Antediluvian Andalusian - An Ancient And Aspiring Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Andalusian horse is one of the oldest pure horse breeds in the world.  It has been highly regarded since the Middle Ages and reigned for several centuries as the embodiment of perfection,...
The Friesian - The Black Horse of Friesland
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Friesian Horse, one of Europe's oldest domesticated breeds, originated in Friesland, a province of The Netherlands. It is considered to be a Warmblood because of its easy-going temperament...
Made in America - the American Saddlebred Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Known as the "Peacock of the Show Ring", the American Saddlebred is a uniquely American breed that is famous for its showy gaits. They are elegant, stylish, and famously vain, loving the...
Striking the Superb Figure of the Morgan Horse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Justin Morgan was a teacher, composer, businessman, and horseman who acquired a small, rough-coated bay colt of relatively unknown lineage who was born in 1789. He named him Figure and he was a ra...
Welsh Ponies and Cobs, the British Knight's Choice
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Welsh ponies were imported to the United States as early as the 1880's. During the depression, the interest in the breed waned, but through the combined efforts of breeders in the Eastern US, ...
Is It A Pony Or Is It A Horse? Sorting Out the Difference.
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
Ponies are usually classified as equines that are shorter than 14.2 hands. However, some pony breeds may occasionally have individuals who are over 14.2 hands, but retain all the other characteris...
Hot-Blooded Plus Cold-Blooded Equals The American Warmblood Sporthorse
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The American Warmblood, like many of the European Warmbloods, is generally thought to be any horse that fits into the warmblood type that is used primarily for jumping or dressage competition. It ...
Miniature Horses: The Tiny Horse That Is Hugely Popular
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
No bigger than a large dog, the American Miniature Horse is less then 34" tall at the withers and weighs between 150 to 250 pounds. This tiny equine is popular in many countries and is kn...
Have Some High Times with the High Stepping Tennessee Walker
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
In the early 1800s, Narragansett Pacers and Canadian Pacers were crossbred by breeders in the U.S. state of Tennessee while looking for a horse that could handle the hilly terrain of the area. Con...
The Appaloosa's Heritage Is As Colorful and Unique As Its Coat
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The name "Appaloosa" came from the settlers in the Pacific Northwest Palouse region in the 1700’s. They began calling the spotted horses "palouse horses", possibly after ...
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