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7 Breeds of Horses
Transcript of 7 Breeds of Horses
Fact # 1 Saddlebreds come in almost all colors because registration is based on pedigree alone, with no color restrictions. Usual colors that this breed possesses are mostly bay, brown, black, grey and chestnut colors. Often, white markings are also visible. Fact # 2 Breed was developed in America (Kentucky & Missouri), but has it's roots in the English Gallaway, Palfrey and Ambling bloodlines, as well as the early Thoroughbred Fact # 3 They are always Black. Fact # 1 Color alone is not the only distinguishing characteristic of the Friesian. They also have a long, thick mane and tail, and "feathers"--long, silky hair on the lower legs, deliberately left untrimmed. Fact # 2 The Friesian's average height is 15.3 but they can vary between 14.2 and 17 hands. Fact # 3 Lipizzans are genetically a type of grey. Born dark, black-brown, brown, or mouse-grey, Lipizzans gradually lighten until the white coat for which they are noted is produced somewhere between the ages of 6 and 10. The white hair coat has become dominant in the breed, and only now and then is a black or brown adult produced. Fact # 1 The Lipizzaner is not a very large horse, averaging between 14.2 and 15.2 hands, although occasionally reaching 16 hands. F act # 2 The Lipizzan has a natural ability for concentration, with a great disposition for collected High School work and/or great endurance for riding and driving. Movements The Lipizzan has a proud and elevated action, and is long, elegant and in complete balance in walk, trot, and canter. The Lipizzaner temperament and character is noble, generous, and ardent, but always gentle, friendly, willing to work, able to bear pressure, and directed towards people. Fact # 3