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The Banker horse is also known as Equus ferus caballus, is a wild horse that thrives on coastal areas in North Carolina’s Outer Banks.  The ancient foundation bloodstock descended from domesticated Spanish horses and likely imported to the…………

The Auxois is an eastern French horse breed. The Auxois was first reported in the early twentieth century, making it a comparatively modern breed in comparison to other French draft breeds. The Auxois is a direct descendent of the Bourguignon, a tiny, muscular, and………

The  Austrian warmblood breed’s origins can be traced back to the austro-hungarian empire, a time in the 18th century when both countries had extensive horse breeding programs. The austro-hungarian empire was famous for its horse breeding operations, which were based on several imperial stud farms. Farm horses for the population, riding and carriage horses………

The existence of the Auvergne horse is suggested by records dating back to the 17th century, which describe a small, primitive mountain horse with an exotic build and a close relationship to eastern breeds. The “barbe auvergnat” was a renowned mount for cavaliers……

The Australian Draught Horse is a tame horse breed that originated in Australia when four pure draught breeds were crossed. As the name implies, they were once used for drafting work but are now primarily used in various competitions and as pleasure mounts. The………..

The Australian Stock Horse may be traced back to the landing of the early Colony at Botany Bay in January 1788, when nine horses were brought to Australia for the first time. The Thoroughbred, Cape of Good Hope Horse, Arabian, Timor Pony, and Welsh Mountain Pony was among the first horse breeds imported. Its origins may be traced back to the earliest…..

The horse of Przewalski; The Mongolian wild horse, also known as the Dzungarian horse, is a nearly extinct horse that originated in Central Asia’s steppes. It is named after Nikoaj Przewalski, a Russian geographer, and adventurer. It has been returned to its original habitat in Mongolia’s Khustain Nuruu National Park, Takhin Tal Nature Reserve, and…………

The Criollo (in Spanish), or Crioulo (in Portuguese) is the native horse of the Pampas region of South America. The breed, known for its hardiness and stamina, is popular in its home countries. In time, the meaning of the word criollo would simply come to refer to native breeds of the Americas. Throughout its history, the Corillo breed has faced a tremendous lot……….

The Ardennais, often known as the Ardennes, is an ancient draft horse breed that originated in the Ardennes region of Belgium, Luxembourg, and France. Their origins may be traced all the way back to Ancient Rome. The Ardennes horse is thought to be a direct descendant of the prehistoric Solutré horse and is said to be descended from the type of horse described by Julius Caesar. Blood from several other breeds has been added to the Ardennes over the…………..