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About Calabrese HorsesCalabrese

Calabrese Horses originated in Calabria and were derived from a group of Arabian horses imported from North Africa. During the Bourbon period, they were crossbred with Andalusian horses. In more recent times, they were bred with Saleritano horses and English Thoroughbreds, which increased their size. Every now and then, in order not to lose their original traits, they are bred with Arabian horses.

Calabrese horses are easy to train, strong, vivacious, and docile. They have excellent balance, fast, and good jumpers.

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About Camargue HorsesCamargue

Camargue horses arre one of the oldest breeds of horses known. They are indigenous to the harsh wetlands of the Camargue region of Southern France. They have resided there as far back as prehistoric times. Researchers believe that the Camargue horse is a descendent from the ancient Solutre horse. Archeological evidence of this has been found to a considerable extent in the Burgundy region of France. Camargue horse is also closely related to Spanish breeds from the northern part of the peninsula. 

Births in the wild occur from April until July. The horses are gathered up at the age of three and trained. One of the techniques which is taught is neck reining, allowing the rider to keep only one hand on the reins. On most of the ...

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About Camarillo White HorsesCamarillo White

Camarillo White Horses are famous for their brilliant white color.

The story of Camarillo White horses start in 1921 when Adolfo Camarillo purchased a 9-year-old stallion named Sultan at the California State Fair in Sacramento. He then went on to breed Sultan with Morgan mares at his ranch in California up until his death in 1958. His daughter Carmen then continued breeding and showing the horses at parades and events until her death in 1987. As per her will, the horses were then sold at public auction.

Four years after the horses were auctioned off in 1987, their number had dwindled down to 11. In an attempt to save the breed and bring attention to it, the Camarillo White Horse Association was founded in 199 ...

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About Campeiro HorsesCampeiro

Campeiro horses originated from Spanish and Portugese horses that were introduced into Brazil by sea Captain Alveres Nunes during his journies from Santa Catarina to Paraguay. Their first expedition was in 1541 and Cabeza de Vaca landed with soldiers, seeds, cattle, and 46 horses. The first official records of horses in Santa Catarina were in 1728. During the 19th century the Campeiro was crossed with Thoroughbred and Arabian blood to refine their looks and improve performance.  

In 1976 the Brazilian Association of Campeiro Horse Breeders was founded and the herd book opened in 1985.  

On average they are 13.9 to 15.1 hands high. Their movement is elastic with a marchadore and trote step, there four beat ...

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About Campolina HorsesCampolina

Campolina horses originated in Brazil in 1870 when a farmer named Cassiano Campolina bred a Brazilian mare of Barb ancestry with a pure Andalusian stallion. Later he further refined his horses with Anglo-Norman, Clydesdale, Holsteiner, American Saddle Horse, and Mangalarga Marchador horses.The result is the largest of the three gaited Brazilian breeds. Their temperament is docile, but active and proud. They are used for pleasure and trail riding, dressage, and driving.  

The Campolina is a gaited breed, with an ambling gait. Their gaits are a smooth, regular batida or a picada, the first characterized by a longer time of movement of the bipeds in diagonal and the second only in lateral, both with four-beat movements. T ...

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About Canadian HorsesCanadian

Canadian Horses, originally called the French Canadian Horse, was introduced to Canada in July 1665 by King Louis XIV of France. Initially, King Louis XIV sent 12 of his best horses to reward the men who had gone to settle "New France". France continued to import these horses, and by 1763, their number was close to 13,000. However, as exporting the horse continuously increased for the Boer war in Africa, plantations in the West Indies, and to the United States for stage lines and the Civil War, by the 1860s and 1870s, there were fewer than 400 Canadian Horses with fewer than 20 registrations per year. To preserve the remaining of the breed and keep the horse from going extinct, a stud book was produced in 1886. The decrease of hor ...

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About Canadian Rustic Pony HorsesCanadian Rustic Pony

Canadian Rustic Ponies originated in Canada, particularly the Saskatchewan and Manitoba provinces.  

They were developed by Dr. Peter Neifeld of Manitoba, Canada. They were developed by crossing Heck horses from the Atlanta Zoo in Atlanta, Georgia with Arabian horse-Welsh pony crosses.

On January 23, 1989, the Canadian Rustic Pony Association was formed, incorporated under the new Canadian federal Animal Pedigree Act, also known as Bill C-67. Prior to this, since 1978, Canadian Rustic Ponies had been registered through a registry based in the United States, and as of September 1989, 72 ponies had been US-registered. These ponies were eligible to become double-registered under the Canadian and US registries ...

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About Canadian Sport HorsesCanadian Sport

The farm horse of the Canadian countryside is the base stock for the Canadian Sport Horse. After the First World War, Thoroughbred stallions from England were made available to cross with the countryside stock, producing a more refined horse. In 1926, the Canadian Hunter, Saddle and Light Horse Improvement Society was organized. In 1933, a second organization, The Canadian Hunter Society was incorporated and a Stud Book was maintained. The two societies merged in 1970 and renamed the society to include the term "Sport Horse," a name which appropriately distinguishes this highly athletic breed.  

During the First World War, and as the direct result of Canada''s reputation for breeding quality horses, a large percentage ...

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About Cape HorsesCape

Cape horses were extremely popular through the Boer Wars, but very little is known about the status of the Cape Horse breed today. They originated in South Africa and greatly resembles Basuto Horses, however they are larger.

Horses first arrived in South African when they were imported by the Dutch East India Trading Company in 1653. The first breeds were believed to be Barb and Arabian descendants shipped from the Island of Java, and they were the forefathers of both the Cape Horse and the Basuto.  

Gradually, the Cape Horse was refined by introducing Thoroughbred and Arabian blood. Through these crosses, the breed became larger and sportier than its Basuto brethren. Despite its huge popularity as a battle ...

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About Carolina Marsh Tacky HorsesCarolina Marsh Tacky

Carolina Marsh Tackys are working horses. They have an uncanny ability to work inside water and even deep, swampy conditions along the shoreline. They are relatively small horses (13 to 15 hands), they are ideal for carrying around children and also for riding practices as well. They are generally put to work on farmlands to herd cattle.  

Carolina Marsh Tacky history goes back hundreds of years. Coming from a Spanish breed of horses, the Carolina Marsh Tacky breed has more recently been a part of the culture in South Carolina. Spanish explorers brought theses animals over the eastern shoreline many centuries ago, as far dating as the sixteen hundreds. Even utilized during the American Revolution, and for workers on f ...

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About Carthusian HorsesCarthusian

Carthusian (also known as Carthusian-Andalusian, and Carthujano) horses originated in Spain. They were created when the Zamora brothers purchased a stallion by the name of El Soldado and bred him to two mares. A colt and a filly were produced, and the colt (a dark gray) was named Esclavo and went on to become the foundation sire of the Carthusian breed. Esclavo went on to produce many offspring, which were sold to breeders in Jerez, Spain. One group of mares sired by Esclavo around 1736 were sold to Don Pedro Picado, who then gave part of them to a group of Carthusian monks in the settlement of a debt and sold the rest to Antonio Abad Romero where they were absorbed into the main Andalusian breed. The stock given to the monks were ...

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About Caspian HorsesCaspian

Caspian horses are small originally from Iran. Although generally no more than 12 hands (1.22 metres) high, they are nevertheless considered to be a horse rather than a pony.

They are a similar build to Arabian horses, and they are extremely hardy, with very dense bone and hard feet that rarely need shoeing. They can take long strides and are able to keep up with normal-sized horses while walking, trotting, or cantering, despite their smaller stature. The most common colors are bay and black, though they may also be grey, dun, or chestnut.

Although the Caspian horse may have had a long history in its own country it did not really become known to the rest of the world until it was "discovered" by an American-bor ...

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About Castillonais HorsesCastillonais

Castillonais (also known as Cheval Ariegeois de Castillon, cheval du Biros, or Saint-Gironnais) horses are an ancient breed of small riding horse from the Ariege departement of southwestern France.

Castillonnais horses originally were bred for cavalry, agriculture, and driving. They declined in population during the 20th century, and almost became extinct. In 1980, a group of supporters began to work to save the breed, and a breed association, now called the Association Nationale du Cheval Castillonnais d''Ariege Pyrenees (ANCCAP), was formed in 1992. The breed was officially recognized by the French Ministry of Agriculture in 1996. The French government, breed association and a regional conservation group all now share ...

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About Catria HorsesCatria

Catria Horses are from Monte Catria, Italy, and neighbouring areas (Central Appennines), spread over the provinces of Pesaro, Ancona and Perugia.

Continuous contacts with the people of Maremma in Tuscany, chiefly with those involved in charcoal-burning, explain the introduction and the influence of the local equine population of Maremagno. In the post-war years the herds of horses diminished considerable, but the original population, derived from the maremmano breed, held on in mountain areas which were only good for pasture land from wild horses.

After a period of many crosses with various bloodlines, in 1974 the Special Co-operative Agency of Catria took over the management of the local studs, controlling in ...

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About Cavallo Romano della Maremma Laziale HorsesCavallo Romano della Maremma Laziale

Cavallo Romano della Maremma Laziale (or "Roman horse of the part of the Maremma that is in Lazio") are native to the Lazio region of Italy. They are an ancient breed, but they were officially recognised only in 2010. They are now one of the fifteen indigenous horse breeds of limited distribution listed by the AIA, the Italian breeders'' association. The Lazio region has assigned it the conservation status of “at risk of erosion”. Their population numbers about 800, of which most are in the comune of Monte Romano in the province of Viterbo; a herd of approximately 200 are at Ponzano Romano in the province of Rome, and others are in the province of Rieti.

DNA testing had shown that the traditional working horse of the Mar ...

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About Cayuse Pony HorsesCayuse Pony

The Cayuse pony, named for the Cayuse people of the Pacific Northwest, isn''t your typical pony. Despite its name, it''s a distinct breed known for its unique characteristics and historical significance.

Standing around 14 hands tall, these compact horses boast a stocky build with high withers and long cannon bones. This build gives them a distinctive uneven stride due to their sloped pasterns. However, don''t underestimate their agility; they navigate challenging terrain with remarkable surefootedness.

Their coats usually come in various shades of brown, showcasing a medium to large fatty hump at the shoulders. This unique feature, along with their expressive eyes and alert ears, contributes to their distinctive appea ...

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About Cerbat Mustangs HorsesCerbat Mustangs

Cerbat Mustangs are beautiful and strong horses that are used for riding or as an event horse in competitions. They have excellent endurance and are very strong. They are smaller in size than some breeds, but still remain durable and willing to please. They well known for their unique ability to easily reproduce at very late ages. The Cerbat mares can still reproduce well into their twenties, which is a great strength considering some horse breeds only live up until they are twenty. Most of them of have a vertebrae with five lumbar, which is also unusual.

Cerbat horses are a part of history, much like the rest of the Spanish routed variations. They have been commonly referred to as Spanish Mustangs and are considered rat ...

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About Chahou Post Pony HorsesChahou Post Pony

Chahou Post Ponies are from Tibetan Autonomous County of Tianzhu, Yongding, and Gulang County, Ganshu Province, China. They are highly resistant to disease and incredibly hardy due to their extreme habitat.

They are of moderate size (average height of 12.1 – 12.8 hands). Their back is of medium length, and they have a short girth. They are found in black, chestnut, grey, bay, and dun.

They are known to be dependable, willing, and tough. They are used as pack animals and for transportation.

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About Chaidamu Pony HorsesChaidamu Pony

Image from Remko Tanis Chaidamu Ponies are from the Qinghai Province of China. Their numbers are very low and there is very little information available about them.

They are moderately-sized ponies (average height 12.6 – 12.8 hands). Their Head is wide and short. Their bodies are stong and round with short legs. They come in black, chestnut, and grey. They are known to be easy going, sociable, and kind. They are used for riding, sports, and as draught horses.

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About Chakouyi HorsesChakouyi

Image from lensfodder Chakouyi horses are a very little-known and ancient breed of light horse (technically a pony) that comes from the Silk Road area of China.

On average they are 12.2 – 13 hands high. Their face is medium sized with a straight profile and large eyes. Their next is medium length; their loin is short with well-rounded abdominal area. Their croup is sloped and well muscled. And their legs are short with well developed joints and little hair. They are found in black, grey, and bay. Plus often have an elongated star on their forehead.

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About Cheju Ponies HorsesCheju Ponies

Cheju Ponies are from Cheju Island, off the southern coast of South Korea. They are used for riding and light draft. Horses were among the most important animals used for agriculture and military purposes from the period of tribal states (before the first century B.C.) through the Choson dynasty (fourteenth and nineteenth centuries).  

The Cheju native pony may have existed since prehistoric times, although no clear record confirms this. During the Korya dynasty (1276-1376), Mongolians governed Cheju and introduced their horses to the island. One record shows that 160 breeding horses were brought from Mongolia to Cheju and used for improving the native ponies. Since that time, horses raised on Cheju have been exported ...

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About Chilean Corralero HorsesChilean Corralero

Chilean Corralero horses are related to Spanish horses that brought to Peru by the Spanish conqueror Pedro de Valdivia in 1541. In 1557 Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, the new governor, arrived in Chile with 42 horses of the famous caste of the Guzmanes and Valenzuelas, marking the beginning of the Chilean horse breed. A pure Chilean breed appeared by the beginning of the 19th century, and the Chilean Corralero appeared by the end of the 19th century.

They are the oldest registered Native American breed, the oldest registered breed of Iberian origin, the oldest registered horse breed in South America and the oldest registered stock horse breed in the Western Hemisphere.  

First they were used by the Spanish conq ...

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About Chincoteague HorsesChincoteague

Chincoteague horses comernfrom the Eastern coast of the United States, the islands of Chincoteague and ssateague off the coast of Virginia and Maryland. They are well known forrntheir hardiness and willing to succeed. Additionally, they are raised forrnriding and harness work (they are good at carry burden long distances).

It''s not clear how thernChincoteague horses evolved, but most believe that they are related to 17 rabian horses that swam ashore from a spanish vessel that had capsized off therncoast, around 1600. Once on the islands they became stunted under the harshrnenvironment. To keep from starving they ate coarse salt marsh cordgrass, merican beachgrass, thorny greenbrier stems, bayberry twigs, seaweed and evenrnpoison ivy ...

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About Choctaw HorsesChoctaw

Choctaw horses are the direct descendants of horses that traveled with the Choctaw Indians on the "Trail of Tears" in the 1830s from the southeast U.S. to the reservations in Oklahoma.

The Trail of Tears was a series of forced removals of Native American nations from their ancestral homelands in the Southeastern US to an area west of the Mississippi River that had been designated as Indian Territory. The forced relocations were carried out by various government authorities following the passage of the Indian Removal Act in 1830. The relocated people suffered from exposure, disease, and starvation while en route, and more than four thousand died before reaching their various destinations. The removal included members of ...

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About Cleveland Bay HorsesCleveland Bay

Cleveland Bay horses originated in England during the 17th century, named after its coloring and the Cleveland district of Yorkshire. They are the oldest established horse breed in England, and the only non-draught horse developed in Great Britain.  

Cleveland Bay horses are well-muscled, with legs that are strong but short in relation to the body. They are always bay in colored, although a few light hairs in the mane and tail are characteristic of some breed lines.  

In the middle ages in the north east of England bay colored horses were bred for pack work, which was the preferred way of transport of the travelling salesmen, often referred to as chapmen. So these horses were called Chapman horses. In t ...

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About Clydesdales HorsesClydesdales

Clydesdales are large draught horses derived from farm horses of Clydesdale, Scotland. They were developed by the farmers of Lanarkshire, through which the River Clyde flows. The old name for Lanarkshire is Clydesdale. They were originally used for agriculture and hauling, and they still are used for draught purposes today. They have also been used to create and improve other draught breeds.

They were bred to meet not only the agricultural needs of these farmers, but the demands of commerce for the coal fields of Lanarkshire and for all the types of heavy haulage on the streets of Glasgow. The breed soon acquired more than a local reputation, and in time, the breed spread throughout the whole of Scotland and northern Eng ...

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About Colonial Spanish HorsesColonial Spanish

Colonial Spanish horses were at one point very popular and were prized by Spanish explorers in the fifteenth century. They were brought to America by explorers, and were allowed to roam. Later they became popular in the western states and were cross bred to create a larger animal. However; by the mid-nineteen hundreds, they were thought to be extinct. A man named Robert E. Brislawn developed the Spanish Mustang Registry and the entire breed was saved from that point on.

Currently, there are a few thousand horses registered with the Spanish Mustang registry. Historically, they have been known to have the ability to travel very far and not sustain any health ailments at all, which is quite remarkable. In their native Spain ...

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About Colorado Ranger HorsesColorado Ranger

Colorado Ranger horses are from the Colorado High Plains in the United States. They are descended from two stallions imported from Turkey to Virginia, US, in the late 1800s. These stallions were then bred to ranch horses in Nebraska and Colorado, and in the early 1900s the two stallions who every registered Colorado Ranger traces to, Patches #1 and Max #2, were foaled. The breed was championed by rancher Mike Ruby, who founded the Colorado Ranger Horse Association in 1935.  

By 2005, more than 6,000 Colorado Ranger horses had been registered. Colorado Rangers may be any solid color or carry leopard spotting patterns. Pinto coloration and American Paint Horse breeding are not allowed, nor are draft horse and pony breed ...

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About Comtois HorsesComtois

Comtois horses are draft horse that originated in the Jura Mountains on the border between France and Switzerland. It is believed to they descended from horses brought by the Burgundians of northern Germany to France during the fourth century. In the Middle Ages they were used as war horses. In the 19th century, other draft horses such as the Norman, Boulonnais, and Percheron horses were bred with Comtois horses, and more recently Ardennes horses were used to produce a stronger horse with better legs. Today, they are second only to the Belgian draft horse in number in France.

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About Connemara HorsesConnemara

Photo Credit: <a href= class = body target = _blank>Wild Atlantic Way</a> Connemara Ponies are Ireland’s native pony originally from Galway. Their popularity is extensive worldwide. They are a historic breed that is considered to be “sure footed and hardy”. Connemara ponies have a calm temperament, staying power, intelligence, soundness, and athleticism. They are considered to be a wonderful modern riding mount for children and adults alike.

The exact origins of Connemara Ponies are difficult to decipher and are immersed in myth and fable.The general consensus is that the history of the breed started with the arrival of the Celts in Ireland. The Celts traveled across Northern Europe, through England, Scotland, and Wales, arriving eventually on the West Coast of Ireland over 2,500 years ago. , ...

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About Corsican HorsesCorsican

Corsican (also known as U Cavallu Corsu or u paganacciu or Cheval corse) horses are small horses indigenous to the Mediterranean island of Corsica, off the coast of south-eastern France.

There are no equines in the fossil record of Corsica, and for that reason it is believed that humans brought the first horses to the island, along with a number of other animals. The Haras Nationaux set up a remount depot on the island in 1861 for the purpose of producing light cavalry horses and mules. When the military ceased to breed horses there, the animals remaining were bred by local people and reverted to a homogeneous phenotype due to what essentially became natural selection.

Corsican horses are small, standing between 1.30 ...

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About Costa Rican HorsesCosta Rican

Since 1850 breeders of the Costa Rican horse have paid morernattention to the selection of breeding stock. Because the horse population wasrnsmall and inbreeding became a concern, a few stallions were imported from Spainrnand Peru. The result is the Costa Rican saddle horse.

The breed was founded by Janitzio, foaled inrn1955, a loudly marked sabino stallion. In 1972 a breed club (ASCACOPA) wasrnestablished, and in 1974 the breed registry was initiated.

The minimum height for males is 14.2 1/2 hands (148 centimetres 58 in)) and 14.1 1/2 hands (146 centimetres (57 in)) for females. Their headrnprofile is straight or slightly convex. Their neck is arched, ample at the basernand tapered toward the head. Their chest is deep and w ...

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About Criollo HorsesCriollo

Image from Luciodec Criollo horses are native of Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. They may have the best endurance of any horse breed in the world next to Arabian horses. In fact, due to a low basal metabolism, they may be a better long-distance horse than Arabians in prolonged races over a week in duration with no supplemental feed. Because of their hardiness and stamina they are very popular in its home countries.  

The word criollo originally referred to human and animals of pure-bred Spanish ancestry that were born in the Americas, or, in Portuguese crioulo, to animals or slaves born in the Americas. In time, the meaning of the word would simply come to refer to native breeds of the Americas.

Criollo bloodlines co ...

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About Croatian Coldblood HorsesCroatian Coldblood

Croatian Coldblood (Croatian: Hrvatski hladnokrvnjak, German: Kroatisches Kaltblut) horses are medium-heavy draught horses developed in Croatia.

The history of the breed dates back to the first half of the 19th century, when it was begun to crossbreed local warmblood mares in central Croatia with imported quality stallions of Noriker breed. Some other breeds were involved later, like Ardennes, Brabant, and Percheron. At the beginning of the 20th century the breed was widespread toward east (Slavonia) and west (Gorski kotar and Istria regions).

The typical Croatian Coldblood ranges from 150 centimetres (14.3 hands; 59 in) to 160 cm (15.3 h; 63 in) high. Stallions can weigh up to 850 kilograms (1,870 lb). Its head i ...

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About Cuban Paso HorsesCuban Paso

Image: <a href= target = _blank class = body>USTOA</a> Cuban Paso (or Cubano de Paso) horses originated from Spanish horses brought to the new world by conquistadors. They are best known for their elegant and comfortable pace. They are a strong but elegant horse used for transportation in Cuba.  

Their head is proportional to their body with a straight profile which at times can be slightly convex or concave. Their forehead is wide, their ears are medium sized and mobile. They have a strong neck and high, oblique muscular croup and a straight and strong back. Their tendons and joints are well defined. Their legs are strong and structured. Their average height lies between 1.45 and 1.50 m. Their most frequent color is brown although every color is found.  


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About Cuban Pintos HorsesCuban Pintos

Cuban Pintos (or Pinto Cubano) horses originated from Spanish horses brought to the South America by conquistadors. After the Cuban revolution in 1959 a herd of pinto mares was gathered in the area around Manicaragua, in the Cuban province of Santa Clara, for their genetic improvement. Afterwards on the ranch La Guabina, located in the province Pinar del Rio, their muscular development was improved interbreeding them with Quarter horses and a British pinto horse called Bony.  

They are found in only tobiano and overo. Their average height lies between 1.44 and 1.52 m, their head is proportional to their body with a straight or slightly convex profile and medium sized or small ears. Their neck is quite long and well a ...

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About Cumberland HorsesCumberland

Cumberland Island (a barrier island off the state of Georgia’s, US, southeast coast )is one of a handful of places on the East Coast that are home to bands of feral horses. The horses on Cumberland Island may have similar ancestors to the Chincoteague/Assateague ponies, which are thought to have been either shipwrecked or abandoned there by Spanish explorers in the 1500s.  

Plantation owners, various military activities, and influxes of pleasure horses brought by the island''s more recent residents blended into the population over the centuries, resulting in a horse that''s still very tough, but not as stubby and fuzzy as its cousins to the North. It''s not unusual for the Cumberland horses to reach 15 hands (5 feet t ...

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About Curly HorsesCurly

Forget straight and sleek, the Curly horse flaunts a unique coat of ringlets that cascade down their body like a living sculpture. This captivating breed, hailing from North America, isn''t just admired for its distinctive curls, but also for its hardy spirit, calm temperament, and adaptability.

Imagine a medium-sized horse, sturdy and strong, with a coat that ranges from tight curls resembling crushed velvet to gentle waves. They come in all colors, from chestnut and bay to appaloosa and pinto, offering a visual feast like a living kaleidoscope. Even their eyelashes curl upwards, adding to their whimsical charm.

But beauty isn''t everything. Curly horses boast a gentle and intelligent nature, making them easy to train ...

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About Czech Warmblood HorsesCzech Warmblood

Czech Warmblood (Czech: Cesky Teplokrevnik) horses are warmblooded sport horse from the Czech Republic. They were in existence by the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1876-1918). In the 19th century they were influenced by Spanish and Italian horses, and later by breeds such as Furioso, Gidran, Nonius, and Przedswit horses.  

Czech Warmblood horses are robust, powerful horses with strong bones. They have a strong neck on an elegant body, a broad, long back and good hooves, though they are sometimes flat. Their mane and tail are very thick. They are also relatively long-lived, unpretentious and relentless horses. They are willing and teachable with a very good temperament. Most are black, chestnut, bay, or dark bay ...

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