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    02-21-2007, 10:07 AM
  #1
Foal
What are the horse breeds from A-Z

Please tell meeh what all the horse breeds from a-z are thanxz
     
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    02-21-2007, 06:02 PM
  #2
Yearling
There are way to many, I would look it up on google...or if you look in the back of a book there should be an index.
     
    02-21-2007, 08:33 PM
  #3
Weanling
Some horse for sale sites have a complete list in their little drop down menu thing
     
    02-23-2007, 02:04 PM
  #4
Foal
Her I looked them up for ya on google...


A
Abyssinian

Akhal Teke

Albanian

Altai

American Cream Draft

American Creme and White

American Walking Pony

Andalusian

Andravida

Anglo-Kabarda

Appaloosa

Araappaloosa

Arabian

Ardennes

Argentine Criollo

Asturian

Australian Brumby

Australian Stock Horse

Azteca


B

Balearic

Baluchi

Banker

Ban-ei
Barb

Bashkir

Bashkir Curly

Basotho Pony

Belgian

Bhirum Pony

Bhotia Pony

Black Forest

Boer

Breton

Buckskin

Budyonny

Byelorussian Harness


C

Camargue

Campolina

Canadian
Carthusian

Caspian

Cayuse

Cheju

Chilean Corralero

Chincoteague Pony

Cleveland Bay

Clydesdale

Colorado Ranger Horse

Connemara Pony


Criollo (Uruguay)

Crioulo


D
Dales Pony

Danube

Dartmoor Pony

Deliboz

Djerma

Døle
Dongola

Dülmen Pony

Dutch Draft

Dutch Warmblood


E


East Bulgarian

Egyptian

Eriskay Pony

Estonian Native

Exmoor Pony


F
Faeroes Pony

Falabella

Fell Pony

Finnhorse

Fleuve

Florida Cracker
Fouta

Frederiksborg
French Saddlebred

French Trotter

Friesian


G

Galiceño

Galician Pony
Gelderlander

Gidran

Golden American Saddlebred
Gotland

Groningen

Guangxi


H

Hackney

Haflinger

Hanoverian

Hequ

Highland Pony

Hokkaido

Holsteiner

Hucul

Hungarian Warmblood


I

Icelandic

Iomud

Irish Draught


J

Jinzhou

Jutland


K

Kabarda

Karabair

Karabakh

Kazakh

Kerry Bog Pony

Kiger Mustang

Kirdi Pony

Kisber Felver

Kiso
Kladruby

Knabstrup

Kushum

Kustanai


L

Latvian

Lithuanian Heavy Draft

Lipizzan

Lokai

Losino

Lusitano



M



Malopolski

Mangalarga

Marwari

M'Bayar

Mérens Pony

Messara

Miniature
Misaki

Missouri Fox Trotting Horse

Miyako

Mongolian

Morab

Morgan

Moyle

Mustang

Murgese


N

National Show Horse

New Forest Pony

New Kirgiz

Newfoundland Pony

Noma

Nooitgedacht Pony

Noric
Nordland

Northeastern

North Swedish Horse

Norwegian Fjord


O



Ob

Oldenburg

Orlov Trotter


P

Paint

Palomino

Pantaneiro

Paso Fino

Percheron
Peruvian Paso

Pindos Pony

Pinia

Pintabian

Pinto

Polish Konik

Pony of the Americas

Pottok

Przewalski

Pyrenean Tarpan




Q
Qatgani

Quarab

Quarter Horse

Quarter Pony



R

Racking Horse

Rocky Mountain Horse

Russian Don

Russian Heavy Draft

Russian Trotter


S

Saddlebred

Sanhe

Schleswiger Heavy Draft

Schwarzwälder Fuchs

Selle Francais

Shagya

Shetland Pony

Shire

Single-Footing Horse

Skyros Pony

Somali Pony

Sorraia
Soviet Heavy Draft

Spanish Mustang

Spanish-Barb

Spanish-Norman

Standardbred

Sudan Country-Bred

Suffolk

Swedish Warmblood


T

Taishuh

Tarpan

Tawleed

Tennessee Walking Horse
Tersk

Thessalian

Thoroughbred

Tokara

Tori

Trakehner



You

Ukrainian Saddle



V


Vlaamperd

Vladimir Heavy Draft
Vyatka


W

Welara Pony

Welsh Pony and Cob

West African Barb

Western Sudan Pony

Wielkopolski


X

Xilingol


Y

Yakut

Yanqi

Yili

Yonaguni



Z

Zaniskari Pony

Zhemaichu
     
    02-24-2007, 01:22 AM
  #5
Yearling
Wow, that was alot of work....great job!!
     
    03-18-2007, 06:35 PM
  #6
Weanling
Hi there, you missed out Kaimanawa. This is the name given to wild horses living in the central north island of New Zealand. They originated from army horses that were set free many years ago into the Kaimai ranges under a group of mountains two to be exact and one volcanoe, because of I think a strangles epidemic. Long story short they evolved into a recognised breed here in NZ. I will look up website and post it for all and I better find all my facts on how they got there
     
    03-19-2007, 01:53 PM
  #7
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by Friesian Mirror
Wow, that was alot of work....great job!!
lol thanks
     

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