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Did you know that the Morgan Horse breed is one of the first breeds developed in the United States? And that it can be traced back to a solitary foundation sire? The Morgan horse is now one of the world’s most popular breeds. Watch it in action and r
Also known as the Suffolk Punch, the Suffolk horse is an English breed of draught horse with approximately 300 specimens remaining and one which features on the crest of a prestigious football club.
A tall black horse, usually with four white legs, and with only 240 remaining in Existence, the Shire horse is one native to the UK. Read all about the breed below.
A breed with less than 1,000 specimens remaining, the Konik horse is probably one of the world’s rarest and smallest breeds. Read all about the breed on this week’s ‘From Stable to Stable’ below!
A horse breed native to the Camargue region of France and one originally used for working with cattle, the Camargue is one of the world’s most ancient and rarest breeds. Read all about the beauty behind the Camargue breed below.
One of the world’s smallest breeds usually standing at 8hands tall or less, the Falbella is this week’s featured horse breed. Read all about the breed below.
A breed so rare that is was recently listed as Critically Endangered by the Livestock Conservancy, the Newfoundland pony is a breed native to Canada, with between 200-250 ponies remaining in existence.
On ‘From Stable to Stable’ this week, we profile a breed of pony originating in our very own country, the Kerry Bog Pony. Read all about the breed below.
Falabellas have sixteen vertebrae instead of eighteen like other horse breeds.