About Qatgani  HorsesQatgani

Deep in the mountainous heart of Afghanistan''s Qataghan region, the Qatgani horse gallops through history, embodying resilience, agility, and an unwavering connection to its homeland. Known for their distinctive appearance and rich past, these horses have long been essential partners in Afghan culture and tradition.

Standing at an average of 14.2 hands, the Qatgani is a compact breed built for the mountains. Strong bones and surefooted hooves navigate uneven terrain with ease, while a muscular build grants them impressive strength and endurance. Coats range from bay and chestnut to dun and gray, often adorned with white markings on the face and legs, adding a touch of individuality.

For centuries, Qatgani horses serve ...

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About Quagga HorsesQuagga

Quaggas are an extinct subspecies of plains zebra that lived in South Africa until the 19th century.

It was long thought to be a completely distinct species, but genetic studies have shown it to be the southernmost subspecies of plains zebra. They are considered particularly close to Burchell''s zebra.

The name, Quagga, was named for a sound that they make, it sounded like "kwa-ha-ha". They are believed to have been around 257 cm (8 ft 5 in) long and 125–135 cm (4 ft 1 in–4 ft 5 in) tall at the shoulder. They were distinguished from other zebras by their limited pattern of primarily brown and white stripes, mainly on the front part of their body. Their rear was brown and without stripes, and therefore more horse- ...

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About Quarab HorsesQuarab

Quarab horses are an exclusive combination of Arabian and Paint or Quarter Horse breeding. They are a wonderful blend of Pleasure type and Stock Type. A Quarab can be "custom made" for your choice of style and movement, size and athleticism, and a wonderful temperament to go with it!  

The Quarab''s body type may resemble more the stock-horse type with muscular forearm and gaskin and well-rounded hip, or the Arabian type with long, well-arched neck, long barrel, and level croup. The head usually shows refinement, large eyes, wide forehead, and slight to extreme dish in the face, depending on the ratio of Arabian to Quarter Horse blood. Height ranges from 14 to 16 hands.    

Quarabs can excel in many arena ...

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About Quarter HorsesQuarter

Quarter Horses are most likely North America’s most popular breed. With QH fans worldwide the AQHA is the largest breed registry. The AQHA states there are over five million registered American Quarter Horses worldwide.

American Quarter Horses are stout, quick, and compact. Some have been clocked at speeds of 55mph. They are used in a number of equestrian disciplines, primarily associated with Western rodeo. They have a natural “cow sense”, giving them the ability to work well with cattle. Their unique characteristics and breeding history have earned them the nicknames “America’s Horse” and “the World’s Fastest Athlete”.

In the 17th century, North American colonists on the eastern seaboard began to cross impo ...

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