The American quarter horse is known for its quickness, docility, and athleticism.

American Quarter Horse

The Arabian has the oldest breed registration. It dates to 3000 B.C. Every light horse breed, including Appaloosas, Morgans, and Andalusians, is Arabian.


North American racers prefer Thoroughbreds. This breed is recognised for its agility, speed, and spirit.


The Nez Perce invented the spotted Appaloosa for hunting and battle.


Morgans are appreciated for their power and elegance. The Vermont Morgan was used to clear and till New England lands in colonial times.


"Hot-blooded," "warm-blooded," and "cold-blooded" are horse temperament, size, and origin words.


Ponies are popular horses. A pony is a 14.2 hand (57-inch) or smaller horse.


Grade horse is equine slang for mutts. Crosses are purposely bred known pedigreed horses.

Grade Horses

Draft horses are cold-blooded, hefty horses used for pulling. They historically carried highly armoured warriors in battle.

Draft Breeds

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