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Horse Breeds


Appaloossa

The Appaloosa is an American horse; it takes its name from the Palouse river near to which lived the Indian tribe which created this breed, the Nez Perce

Coats avalable: Appaloosa Spotted blanket, Appaloosa Leopard, Appaloosa few spots.



Arabian

The Arabian Horse is one of the most ancient breeds, it has been used a lot as improver for other breeds because of its numerous qualities. It is probably the most popular breed on Howrse! I breed them! 

Alowed coats: Grey, mouse Grey(above), chestnut, white, black, light bay, dark bay, bay, cherry bay,roan, strawberry roan, dun, buckskin



Canadian

The Canadian horse is an extraordinarily versatile breed. Their willingness, adaptability, thoughness and even temperament make them ideal for use as a competition horse, workhorse, or children's mount.

alowed coats: bay, light bay, cherry bay, dark bay, chestnut, Black



Friesian

The Friesian horse is a breed of horse from a province of the Netherlands. Although the breed's conformation resembles that of a light draft horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. Distinguishing features: Black, 15-17 hands, powerfully muscled, agile with elegant action, thick mane and tail, feather on lower legs. This is the newest breed on Howrse, and is quicly becoming very popular! I also breed Friesians as well, I can't help it! lol

the only coat color is black!



Hanoverian

The Hanoverian horse is a warmblood horse which is bred to excel in the equestrian disciplines of jumping, dressage and eventing. The breed originated in northern Germany in the state of Lower Saxony, the former kingdom of Hannover.

alowed coats: Chestnut, bay, cherry bay, light bay, black, Grey, mouse grey, white, dun



Irish Hunter

The Irish hunter is a combination of Irish Draft horses and Thoroughbred. As the name implies, this horse was once a very popular hunting horse but now is a horse with great stamina and jumping ability suited to cross country courses and multiple disciplines.

coat colors: light bay(above), cherry bay, bay, dark bay, chestnut, grey, dun, buckskin, mouse Grey, roan, strawberry roan, white, black



Paint horse

The Paint Horse is a colored cousin of the Quarter Horse, hence its name. This breed was created by the American Indians.

colors: Grey Piebald, Tobiano bay piebald, Tovero light bay piebald, Bay piebald, Overo Chestnut piebald, chestnut piebald, black piebald, Tobiano black piebald, Palomino piebald. 



Purebred Spanish horse

The Purebred Spanish Horse descend from the earliest saddle horses, they are one of the rare natural breeds of the world. They were horses bred for royalty, and are born with natural elegance and grace. They are very intelligent and have stunning physical characteristics.

colors: black, grey, white, light bay, dark bay, cherry bay.



Quarter horse

The Quarter Horse is an American horse. It takes its name from the fact that it is the quickest horse over a quarter of a mile.

colors: chestnut, bay, drk bay, light bay, cherry bay, Grey, buckskin, black, Palomino, mouse grey, roan.



Standerdbred

The Standardbred is an American horse raised for trotting races; it has been involved in improving the French Trotter.

colors: roan, black, buckskin, dun, grey, white, light bay, dark bay, cherry bay, straberry roan, chestnut.



Thoroughbred

The fine and longilineal thoroughbred is THE racing horse; it is used in numerous breeds as an improver.

colors: Grey, mouse Grey, chestnut, white, black, light bay, dark bay, bay, cherry bay,roan, strawberry roan, dun, buckskin




Pony breeds


Austrailian Pony

The Australian pony is a blending of horses and ponies imported into Australia from the early 1800's. They are well known for their combination of good looks, good action, good confirmation and good sense.

colors: Grey, mouse Grey, chestnut, white, black, light bay, dark bay, bay, cherry bay,roan, strawberry roan, dun, buckskin




Chincoteauge pony

The Chincoteague Pony is a feral breed of ponies that live wild and free on the Assateague island. They are very robust and excellent in a lot of different disciplines. They are often wearing paint markings and come in a lot of shapes and sizes.

colors: Grey piebald, chestnut piebald, black, light bay, dark bay, bay, chestnut, black piebald.



Connemara

The Connemaras are Irish ponies; this breed provides excellent sport ponies.

colors: Grey, mouse Grey, chestnut, white, black, light bay, dark bay, bay, cherry bay,roan, strawberry roan, dun, buckskin




Newfoundland pony

The Newfoundland Pony is North America's lone member of the Mountain and Moorland family of breeds. It is a "all purpose" pony, a Heritage Animal and a Rare Breed.

colors: roan, black, buckskin, grey, light bay, dark bay, bay, chestnut.



Welsh Pony

The Welsh comes from Wales. This breed is divided into several sections which are differentiated particularly by their size.

colors: Grey, mouse Grey, palomino, chestnut, white, black, light bay, dark bay, bay, cherry bay,roan, strawberry roan, dun, buckskin