Are you lucky enough to have a Hackney Pony in your barn ? This flashy, high-stepping pony has an intriguing history and makes a popular horse show competitor. History The Hackney originated from Norfolk, England
Few draft horses are as iconic as the Clydesdale. Whether pulling a classic rig or the famous Budweiser wagon, the Clydesdale is a breed that is recognizable in most American homes. Want to learn more about this beautiful breed?
The Welsh Pony and Cob are actually closely related Welsh breeds. Welsh breeds are divided into four different types, including the Welsh Mountain Pony, the Welsh Pony, the Welsh Pony of Cob Type, and the Welsh Cob
Are you a sucker for pintos? How about round, fluffy ponies? The Chincoteague Pony combines both of those characteristics into an eye-catching pony with a rich and unusual history.
What do you get when you take the flashy appearance of the Appaloosa, the build of the Quarter Horse, and the elegance of the Arabian?
The Trakehner, one of the most popular sport horse breeds today, originated almost 1,000 years ago. This warmblood breed makes an excellent dressage and jumper today. Have you ever ridden a Trakehner
Have you heard of Erin Go Bragh, the talented pony stallion who was a top eventer during his prime?