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Horse Breeds Lvl. 2

A step up from level one, gets a little tricky ;)

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Rare breed; originated in England; ALWAYS bay coloring; make excellent dressage and driving horses (bay was a big hint) Cleveland Bay
Name means "fine step"; has an unusally smooth gait for which it has become popular; native to Central and South America Paso Fino
Striking, regal bearing; excel in driving; native to the Netherlands; the only color seen today is black, have some feathering on the lower legs Friesian
Heavy leg feathering; often pinto; used to pull gypsy caravans; experienced a comeback in 1994 Gypsy Vanner
Excellent jumpers (one was recorded at 8'1.5"); traditionally used for English carriages in the 1800s; breed name is synomynous with overworked Hackney Horse
Some can perform 5 gaits (stepping pace & rack), American breed, sometimes called American Saddler American Saddlebred
Rare breed; originated in England; ALWAYS bay coloring; make excellent dressage and driving horses (bay was a big hint) Cleveland Bay
Name means "fine step"; has an unusally smooth gait for which it has become popular; native to Central and South America Paso Fino
Striking, regal bearing; excel in driving; native to the Netherlands; the only color seen today is black, have some feathering on the lower legs Friesian
Heavy leg feathering; often pinto; used to pull gypsy caravans; experienced a comeback in 1994 Gypsy Vanner
Excellent jumpers (one was recorded at 8'1.5"); traditionally used for English carriages in the 1800s; breed name is synomynous with overworked Hackney Horse
Some can perform 5 gaits (stepping pace & rack), American breed, sometimes called American Saddler American Saddlebred
Cross between the Morgan horse and the Arabian horse (that's really all you need to know to guess this breed!) Morab
This breed originates in North Dakota (honorary equine of that state); publicized when a national campaign to save these historic horses from extinction was launched in the '90s; have become very rare Nokota
Heavy draft horse originating in England (Derbyshire and Staffordshire in particular); commonly used for farm work and logging Shire
Created by: horselover92