There are such a lot of horse breeds that it’d take a whole book to hide the topic. A breed for each purpose, horses are available in all shapes, colors, and sizes.
Yet, despite the stiff and in-depth competition, a variety of breeds became consistent favorites among equestrian circles. whereas we won’t offer you a cheat sheet for all of them, here are a number of the foremost common.

10. Andalusian

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This Spanish breed originated in the Iberian Peninsula and was first recognized as a breed in the 15th century. It was known for its prowess as a war horse and prized by nobility.

With long, thick manes and tails, the Andalusian is strong, compact and elegant. While in the past many different coat colors were found, most present-day Andalusians are grey or bay. Today they are used for dressage, driving, saddle seat and even jumping.

The list of horse breeds is exhaustive but these 10 are the most popular. Other popular breeds include the Rocky Mountain Horse, Morgan Horse, Shetland Pony, the Gypsy Vanner horse, and the Friesian Horse.  There is a good chance that the horses you see in paddocks along the road are one of these awesome breeds!

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