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HORSE BREEDS!!!:)

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What breed of horse that excels at sprinting short distances? American Quarter Horse!
What breed is over 5,000 years old and is known as the oldest breed and the first domesticated breed of horse? The Arabian!
What horse breed has a calm and steady personality? Friesian Horses!
What is a horse breed that was originally derived from draught horses in the region of Scotland? Clydesdale Horses!
What horse breed is light horse more properly known as the English running horse? Thoroughbred!
is listed as threatened on the Conservancy’s Conservation Priority List (CPL). Akhal-Teke!
Their manes are long and flowing, they have beautiful feathering on their lower legs; these horses are mystical and dreamy, becoming the center of attention in any situation they are placed. What ohrse breed are they? Gypsy Vanner Horses!
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