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.
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Random horse breed
Overall the breed
is large and solid. The head is well-proportioned with a straight profile and heavy jaw. The neck is short, muscular, and arched, the withers broad and moderately pronounced and the chest wide, deep and muscular. The back is long, and generally straight, although it can be slightly dipped, and the croup rounded,... 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
Western and English riding way
First we need to know what is better for the horses, and what is more human. The nature of the horse is to have a figure that since it requires the rider, the difference is only in the fact that it must adapt rider’s weight, his commands and moving rein. Just over rein creates a special contact between rider and horse and riding on the western has a special importance. Here is not worth ... read more
Random Wiki :
The equine forelimb contains three metacarpal bones. The large third metacarpal (informally the cannon bone or shin bone) provides the major support... read more
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