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MORGAN HORSE
HORSE BREEDS
HORSES
ARABIAN HORSE
HORSE ASSOCIATION
THOROUGHBRED
MINIATURE HORSE
LEGS
SHIRE HORSE
RIDING
WEB
HOLSTEINER HORSE
RIDER
ANIMALS
HORSE SHOWS
RESEMBLES
PERCHERON
HORSE LOVERS
SPORT
SPANISH
TOPICS
PATTERN
BREED HORSE
HORSE-DRAWN BOAT
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Horse"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A horse is a four-legged mammal.
  2. A horse is a mammal of the Equidae family.
  3. A horse is a piece of equipment used in gymnastics.
  4. Horse is also the name of a game played with a basketball.
  5. Horse is also a slang term for the recreational drug heroin.

Morgan Horse

  1. Includes breed and farm information, sales, photographs, links; also Morgan horse information.
  2. Sometimes the term was even used to refer to breeds of light riding horse other than Thoroughbreds or Arabians, such as the Morgan horse.
  3. A Morgan horse with rider in colonial attire at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Horse Breeds

  1. At present, 17 horse breeds are recognized by FAO (2005) as characteristics of the Iberian Peninsula.
  2. The list of horse breeds provides a partial alphabetical list of breeds of horse extant today, plus a discussion of rare breeds' conservation.
  3. The Fjord is a smaller draft horse breed.
  4. The Andalusian horse is one of the most ancient of horse breeds.
  5. The Belgian horse, Belgian Heavy Horse, or Brabant is a horse breed comes from the West-Brabantian region of Belgium.

Horses

  1. The difference between a horse and pony is not simply a height difference, but also a difference in phenotype or appearance.
  2. Reproduction and development Main article: Horse breeding Mares and foals.
  3. Arabian horse links.
  4. Directory of links for the gaited horse breeds.
  5. Stippled ink Draft Horse prints for sale.

Arabian Horse

  1. Arabian Horse World Magazine information for owners, breeders and admirers of the Arabian horse.
  2. Share your Arabian Horse Farm history with us, or to tell us about a Canadian Arabian Horse Breeder who was instrumental to you.
  3. Online Egyptian Arabian horse community discussing topics of interest to the lover Preserving and perpetuating Egyptian Arabian horse bloodlines.

Horse Association

  1. The Tiger Horse Association Inc., is a not for profit organization.
  2. A gaited horse association registry, specializing in crossbred gaited horses.
  3. Appaloosa Horse Association of Alberta Appaloosa Horse Club Dedicated to ensuring the welfare of the Arabian horse and the future of the breed.

Thoroughbred

  1. Thoroughbred horse racing databases and statistics.
  2. The Thoroughbred is a horse breed best known as a race horse.
  3. The American Quarter Horse is an American breed of horse that excels at sprinting short distances.
  4. The Anglo-Arabian horse is just what its name implies: a Thoroughbred (prefix Anglo) crossed with an Arabian horse.
  5. Cutting: more than any other, this event highlights the "cow sense" prized in stock breeds such as the Quarter horse.

Miniature Horse

  1. Some horses, such as the miniature horse, can be kept as pets.
  2. Adult horses can range in size from 5 hands (a very small miniature horse or falabella) to over 18 hands.
  3. The current record holder for the world's smallest horse is Thumbelina, a fully mature miniature horse affected by dwarfism.

Legs

  1. The horse's legs and hooves are also unique, interesting structures.
  2. With a distinctive head shape and high tail carriage, the Arabian is one of the most easily recognizable horse breeds in the world.
  3. Buckskin - A bay horse with a gene that 'dilutes' the coat colour to a yellow, cream, or gold while keeping the black points (mane, tail, ears, legs).
  4. The Welsh mountain pony stands at 13.2 horse hands.

Shire Horse

  1. The Shire horse holds the record for the world's biggest horse; Sampson, foaled in 1846 in Bedfordshire, England, stood 21.2-- hands high (i.e.
  2. The Shire horse is a breed of draught horse.

Riding

  1. The Lusitano horse is used as a general riding horse and for bull fighting.
  2. Conversely, a light, more energetic horse was needed for riding and rapid transport.

Web

  1. Make this your "Draft Horse Home" on the web.
  2. The Horse Forum is a comprehensive horse web site for all breeds.

Holsteiner Horse

  1. There are currently no free links listed "Holsteiner Horse".
  2. The Board of Directors for the American Holsteiner Horse Association is comprised of fifteen (15) AHHA holsteiner@igc.

Rider

  1. While riding, the rider jumps off his horse onto a steer and 'wrestles' it to the ground.
  2. Western pleasure - the rider must show the horse in walk, jog (a slow, controlled trot), trot and lope (a slow, controlled canter).
  3. In team roping, one horse and rider lassos a running steer's horns, while another horse and rider lassos the steer's two hind legs.

Animals

  1. To cast a horse, sheep, or other animal, to throw with the feet upwards, in such a manner as to prevent its rising again.
  2. Knut's background in animal biology, especially genetics, led him to investigate the amazing genetic diversity among the many horse breeds.

Horse Shows

  1. The Quarter Horse is well known both as a race horse and for its performance in rodeos, horse shows and as a working ranch horse.
  2. A horse show is a judged exhibition of horses and ponies.

Resembles

  1. The resulting animal is more properly called the Wild Polish Horse or Konik.
  2. The Shetland resembles a miniature draft horse and has long been used for working purposes.
  3. The Icelandic horse has a four-beat gait called the Tolt, which is equivalent to the Rack exhibited by several American gaited breeds.
  4. Justin Morgan, a dark bay, was a horse of no more than 14hh.
  5. H This horse resembles two British pony breeds: The Dales and the Fell.

Percheron

  1. As the new century began, the Shire seemed poised to challenge the Percheron as the nation's most popular draft horse.
  2. I hereby subscribe for membership in the Percheron Horse Association of America.
  3. The Percheron Horse Webring is dedicated to the incredibly versatile Percheron draft horse.

Horse Lovers

  1. For example, all Jockey Club Thoroughbred registries require that a registered Thoroughbred be a product of a natural mating ( live cover in horse parlance).
  2. Horse luvers webirng is for all horse lovers with web pages.
  3. Dedicated to the breeding and appreciation of the Arabian Horse.
  4. This ring is for all Arabian horse lovers, breeders, trainers world-wide.
  5. Last check: 2007-11-02) One was the slender racing horse with which we are familiar today.

Sport

  1. Fabulous sport horse or stallion prospect.
  2. Flashy and athletic - that sums up the Appaloosa Sport Horse.
  3. Horse Search cross for all breeds; dressage, hunter-jumper, sport horse, reining and more.

Spanish

  1. In Spain, the horses are known as the Pure Spanish Horse.
  2. His forefathers were the native Spanish horse, the Sorraia Pony (descendant of the Asian Wild Horse and the Tarpan) and the Barb.
  3. The Paso Fino horse reflects its Spanish heritage through its proud carriage, grace and elegance.

Topics

  1. Horse health topics and equine links including tack shops, Horse for sale classified ads.
  2. Horse Country camps, riders library, trainers talk, rider fitness, horse science, vet rap, and many other topics.

Pattern

  1. In a barrel race, horse and rider gallop around a cloverleaf pattern of barrels, making agile turns without knocking the barrels over.
  2. The incisors show a distinct wear and growth pattern as the horse ages, as well as change in the angle at which the chewing surfaces meet.

Breed Horse

  1. Appaloosa - a breed of horse with spots, any color mixed with white.
  2. Find dedicated Horse Breeders of just about every breed of Horse.
  3. The Arabian horse is a breed of horse with a reputation for intelligence, high spirit, and outstanding stamina.

Horse-Drawn Boat

  1. A horse-drawn boat or tow-boat is a historic boat operating on a canal, pulled by a horse walking on a special road along the canal, the tow-path.
  2. Horse-drawn boat From Biocrawler, the free encyclopedia.
  3. It has long played an important role in transport, whether ridden or used for pulling a chariot, carriage, horse-drawn boat, stagecoach, tram, or plough.

Horse

  1. Vardo (gypsy wagon): A vardo is a traditional horse-drawn wagon used by English Romani Gypsies.

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