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  • American Miniature Horse

    American Miniature Horse

    No bigger than a large dog, American Miniature Horses are "miniature" versions of well-balanced horses, possessing confirmation characteristics found in most equine breeds. Miniature Horses can be found in a rainbow of colors and types.

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    Clydesdale

    Popular with carriage services, the Clydesdale is well suited for the job and always attracts public admiration. Street parades are not complete without the high stepping hooves of a Clydesdale hitch passing by. Under saddle, the Clydesdale excels in many pursuits including dressage, hunter jumper, as a trail horse, and for therapeutic riding.

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    American Saddlebred

    The American Saddlebred, the epitome of the show horse, carries himself with an attitude that’s described as class, presence, quality, style or charm. The versatility and athleticism that he exhibits in the traditional show ring have translated into success for the breed in other disciplines as well.

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    Friesian

    The Friesian has a notable ability in sport, kind temperament, and a willing heart. These characteristics make it possible to use the Friesian horse in competitive and pleasure driving, ridden and driven dressage, halter, saddle seat, hunter pleasure and over fences, western pleasure and trail, costume, exhibition and recreational use.

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    American Paint Horse

    The Comanche Indians, considered by many authorities to be the finest horsemen on the Plains, favored loud-colored horses and had many among their immense herds. Evidence of this favoritism is exhibited by drawings of spotted horses found on the painted buffalo robes that served as records for the Comanches.

ALL BREEDS

American Miniature Horse
American Miniature Horse

No bigger than a large dog, American Miniature Horses are "miniature" versions of well-balanced horses, possessing confirmation characteristics found in most equine breeds. Miniature Horses can be found in a rainbow of colors and types.

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American Paint Horse

The Comanche Indians, considered by many authorities to be the finest horsemen on the Plains, favored loud-colored horses and had many among their immense herds. Evidence of this favoritism is exhibited by drawings of spotted horses found on the painted buffalo robes that served as records for the Comanches.

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American Quarter Horse

If you have ever seen a horse in one of rodeo's timed events, been along for work on a ranch or watched a Western on the big or small screen, nine times out of ten you have witnessed an American Quarter Horse.

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American Saddlebred

The American Saddlebred, the epitome of the show horse, carries himself with an attitude that’s described as class, presence, quality, style or charm. The versatility and athleticism that he exhibits in the traditional show ring have translated into success for the breed in other disciplines as well.

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Andalusian

Andalusians are well-known for their trainability and lightness under saddle. Extraordinary athletes, they enjoy learning. Many Andalusian enthusiasts are first attracted to the breed by its beauty but become hooked by the horses’ eagerness to work and intelligence.

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