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The ancestors of today’s Donkeys are the African wild ass. They were first domesticated around 3000BC and were used in much the same way as they stil
The Hackney Horse originates in Britain in the 14th Century. They were primarily used for riding and pulling carriages but their stamina and fast pac
The Morgan horse originates in America and all Morgan horses can be traced back to a single stallion named Figure. The breed has had multiple uses th
The Lusitano is very closely related to the Andalusian horse and until the 1960s they were considered to be the same. However, in 1966 the Spanish an
The Westphalian originates from the Westphalian region of Germany. Originally bred to be riding horses for courtiers and the calvary, the Westphalian
The ancestors of the modern day Lipizzaner can be traced back to 800AD. They have a similar ancestry to that of the Andalusian and other Spanish hors
The Gypsy Vanner was bred by the Romany and was originally used to pull their caravans. The actual history behind the breed is unknown because pedigr
The Fjord horse originates in Norway and is thought to be one of the oldest breeds of horse in the world. It is thought that the first examples of th
The Quarter horse originates in America and is the most popular American breed of horse. The Quarter horse was developed by crossing imported English
The Welsh cob or Welsh Section D can trace its history back to 1600BC but the Welsh cob has been recognisable since the Middle Ages.
The Welsh pony of cob type or Welsh Section C can trace its history back to 1600BC but the Welsh cob has been recognisable since the Middle Ages.
The Clydesdale originates in Scotland where they were bred for use in agriculture. They started as a smaller draft horse but selective breeding means
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The Falabella horse originates in Argentina and they were developed by breeding smaller Iberian horses with welsh ponies, shetlands and small thorough
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Here we find out more about the Andalusian and what disciplines they are ideal for.