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Horse Breeds

Spotted horse breeds are some of today's most well-known breeds and it turns out they have a prehistoric past.When researchers first began studying the Dappled Horses of Pech-Merle, a 25,000-year-old cave painting in southern France depicting white horses with...
The Andalusian horse has no equine match in history. Its likeness can be seen in museums, marble statues, and dark, dramatic oils. Its history includes riders whose names are fixtures in human history: El Cid, Hannibal and William the...
In this inaugural podcast episode of The Horse Illustrated Episode of Horses in the Morning, sponsored by Title Sponsor Straight Arrow Products, hosts Glenn the Geek and Sarah Evers Conrad talk to Alyssa Mathews, who has the ultimate dream...
For the most part, horse breeds share common coat colors, like chestnut, bay, gray, and black. Likewise, most horses share the same type of white markings, such as star, blaze, socks and stockings. But one group of coat patterns—splashy...
In a sea of solid bays and sorrels, the flashy white markings on an American Paint Horse stand out—there’s no missing a Paint. But beyond their eye-catching looks, Paints bring a steady temperament and athleticism to a versatile array...
When Nevada rancher Peter Damele and his father first discovered wild horses with curly coats grazing near his land in the Great Basin, they were mystified. Where had these unusual horses come from? More than 100 years later, equine...
With an enthusiastic cheer from the grandstand, the horses head for the far turn and into the homestretch. Trotting at full speed, one of them puts a head in front as he and his driver cross the wire—the winners!...
Haflinger

The Haflinger

The sound of hooves can be heard clip-clopping on the narrow cobbled streets of a tiny mountain village. A small horse comes into view, its pale gold coat glowing warmly in the sun. A cart follows behind, filled with...
In the 60 years since its founding, the work of the Tempel Lipizzans has educated and inspired many generations of Americans on cultural and equine histories and on the art of dressage. Located just 45 miles north of Chicago,...
Growing up in Germany, Sandra Williamson (previously Clark) has always had a love for horses. She began riding when she was a little girl and was finally able to own her first horse at 13. Williamson excelled in English,...
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