Our Horses

The Azteca is a horse breed from Mexico. They are well-muscled horses and may be of any solid color...

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The Appaloosa is a horse breed best known for its colorful leopard-spotted coat pattern. This breed descended from Iberian Horses...

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From the ancient deserts of the Middle East evolved the oldest known breed of riding horse, the Arabian...

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The Hispano-Árabe is a Spanish horse breed originating from the cross-breeding of Arab and Andalusian horses...

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The Welara pony is a breed developed from the Arabian horse and the Welsh pony. It was originally bred in England by Lady Wentworth...

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Todays appearance of the “Breton” draft horse is the result of a very long selection of old local breeds...

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The donkey is the oldest domesticated member of the Equidae or horse family. In Egypt and Mesopotamia (today’s Iraq) they were used mainly as...

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The Friesian horse originates from Friesland, a coastal province of the Netherlands. During the Middle Ages, the ancestors of Friesian horses...

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From the land of fire and ice comes the Icelandic Horse, brought by the Vikings when they found Iceland over 1,000 years ago...

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The Lusitano is an ancient Portuguese breed of horse that until the 1960s shared its registration with the Spanish horse, the Andalusian...

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No bigger than a large dog, American Miniature Horses are "miniature" versions of well-balanced horses and can be found in a rainbow of colors...

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The Pura Raza Española is a Spanish horse, a breeding which has been strictly controlled since 1912...

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Shetland Ponies originate from Great Britain to be exact, from a small group of islands called “Shetlands.” The Shetland pony is very strong for its size...

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