The Arabian horse breed registration is the oldest. Its origin is 3000 B.C. Every light horse breed, including Appaloosas, Morgans, and Andalusians, is Arabian.
The Morgan is a well-liked horse breed because of its power and grace.
Gaited horses have been selectively developed for a smooth ride or ambling pace.
Draft horses are cold-blooded, hefty, and draw big loads. They once carried highly armored men in battle.
Grade horses may have a humble pedigree, but they are just as flexible and faithful.
Popular pony breeds include the feisty Shetland and the refined Welsh.
In horse circles, "hot-blooded," "warm-blooded," and "cold-blooded" describe a horse's temperament, size, and provenance.
The Nez Perce invented the bright spotted Appaloosa for hunting and battle.
American quarter horses are popular with novices and professionals worldwide for their agility, docility, and athleticism.