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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 ...
The Arabian: The World's Oldest Horse Keeps Getting Better with Age
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Arabian horse is also known as "Al Khamsa" in Arabic and is a unique breed because it does not exist as a result of selective breeding with other breeds, but as a breed that stands a...
The Thoroughbred Horse: Thoroughly Bred For Distance Racing
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Thoroughbred is also known as the Thoroughbred Racehorse even though that is not their only use.  While they have historically been bred for racing, their 16 to 17.3 hand height and long ...
A Splash of White Gives This Paint Horse a Dash of Flash
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The American Paint Horse has often been erroneous referred to as the Pinto, but in fact, the two words have different meanings. The Pinto Horse Association (PHA) is a color registry, and Pintos ca...
The American Quarter Horse: Faster Than a Speeding Thoroughbred
How to - General Equine Advice Tuesday 17 January 2012
The Quarter Horse is known as the All-American horse and as the world’s most versatile horse. Not only is it the most popular breed in the United States, but it is possibly the oldest horse ...
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