"Aegidienberger" is resistant and persistent a medium sized, correct and strong riding horse,; with sufficient aristocracy and genetically firmly embodied spaceseizing Toelt. With color and badge there is no preference in any direction.
The Akhal-Teke's appearance is unique; no other breed of horse shares its distinctive features, which are embodied in words like dry, thin, straight, high-set and lean. The head is long and chiseled, often with a broad brow. The eyes are large and ex
The Albanian is a small horse belonging to the Balkan group There are two types of Albanian horse. The Mountain and the Plains (Myzeqea) the plains is the larger standing at 13.2 hands the mountain type stand about 12.2. In recent history, interbreed
Altai's head is average in length, large and somewhat coarse, and the neck is fleshy while the back is long and slightly dipped. Their croups are well-developed and their legs are short and properly set. Occasionally defects crop up, including slopin
Use : Riding.
Height : 15 - 16 hh.
Colours : All solid colours.
Identifying Features : Small head, strong shoulders, short body, deep girth, hard legs, thick mane, sloped pasterns.
American Cream Draft
Horses mature late, at around five years of age. Mares mature at around 16 hands in height, and weigh around 1600 lb. Mature height and weight of stallions is around 16.3 hands and 1800 lb or more. The head is refined and in proportion to a short-cou
American Creme and White
The original foundation bloodline horses were predominantly organ breeding and stood 15.2 - 16.2 hands weighing 1,100 - 1,300 lbs. Versatile, they were used for driving, farming, riding, jumping, dressage and circus routines, many time. To qualify a
American Paint Horse
The American Paint Horse is an American breed of horse which is a specific type of stock-horse. Paint horses are characterized by a certain percentage of white hair over unpigmented skin combined with some other color.Each Paint Horse has a particula
American Quarter Horse
Since the creation of the American Quarter Horse Association more than 50 years ago, breeders have been perfecting the bloodlines of the American Quarter Horse to produce a high quality, versatile animal. AQHA has set forth a strict set of guidelines
The American Saddlebred with its conformation, personality, and stamina is suited to accomplish any task requested, but is most well-known as the "peacock of the horse show world". The horses used for the show ring are flashy, high-stepping animals, FIRST ( Page 1 of 25 ) >>Next LAST