Welcome to HorseBreedsList
Horsebreedslist.com is a young website that is trying to unite all horse breeds in one place.
Website is for educational purposes, and our goal is to bring as much information as possible about every breed of horses.
We also have various horse related articles that you can read.
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The Horsebreedslist.com provides an equestrian community for horse lovers to discuss all aspects of horses, horse care and horse riding,
ask advice from other horse owners and riders, offer support to those seeking advice about horses, horse care and horse riding, and share experiences with other horse owners and riders.
Here you can share your thoughts, opinions and experiences and upload your pictures through our horse forum
You can also share with us some horse articles.
Horsebreedslist.com gives You an opportunity to advertise Your own stable or horse ranch. All You have to do is to send us an e-mail
and we will send You a simple form for You to fill in.
Random horse breed
Natural selection has designed a pony suited to survival in a cold and wet climate without the provision of food or shelter by mankind. Two features unique to the breed
are the “hooded-eye”, or heavy upper brow to protect the eyes from wind and rain, and the “snow-chute”, a group of short course hairs at the top of the... read more
Newest horse breed
The breed has a willing and "can do" temperament and genuinely like to be around people. Appearing fiery to the casual observer, they are the ultimate riding horse
and can excel in any discipline. The ideal American Saddlebred is well-proportioned and presents a spectacular picture. Its head should be well-shaped with large, wide-set... read more
Interesting horse related articles
Feeding and Watering Your Horse
Your horse should be fed, at minimum, twice a day. More frequent is better since a horse’s stomach is small and designed to graze (where small amounts of food constantly enters and leaves the stomach). Feed your horse at the same times each day, and once your horse adapts to these times, don't arbitrarily change them. If you do need to change feeding times, do it gradually. Also, ... read more
Random Wiki :
Was originally the saddle used by men in full armour, weighing as much as 60 lb., used in very limited numbers in the armies of the Civil War and as... read more
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