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Ride into a world of horses! From the tiny but strong Shetland pony to the huge but gentle Clydesdale, each horse breed has traits that make it stand out in a crowd. Learn all about each breed's history, physical features, personality, and primary uses.
Wherever it goes, an American Paint horse's spots attract attention. American Indians once rode ancestors of American Paints into battle. Today the colorful, ...
No other horse breed reminds people of the American West like the American quarter horse. Settlers once used these willing workers on their farms and ranches.
With its floating trot and head held high, an Arabian horse attracts admirers wherever it goes. This all-around horse excels in endurance competitions, but its ...
The big, brawny Clydesdale is hard to miss. The tall draft horses tower over most other horse breeds. But don't let their big size fool you. These horses are ...
The Shetland pony may be small, but it's tough. In the 1800s, these ponies worked pulling heavy carts full of coal in mines. Today the Shetland's gentle ...
The Thoroughbred horse is built to run. With its long, slender legs and strong, sleek body, it is the king of the racetrack. Discover how this horse full of ...
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