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Wednesday, 20 October 2021

The Most Common Breeds Of Horses

There are over 350 different horses breeds around the world. Each of these breeds as its own special needs and has something that sets it apart from the other breed. Just like we have different online casino games, that offer us different things when we play them. As many as the breeds are, there the most common that you are most likely to find in most around the world. However, just because they are common doesn’t mean that they are low maintenance. 

American Quarter Horse 

This is most common breed horse in the world and has the largest breed registry in the world. It is originally bred from English thoroughbreds and native American Chickasaw from the 1600s. The reason why this horse so common is because of its agility, docility and athleticism. It is a great horse for beginners.

Arabian 

The Arabian horse has the oldest linage in the world, it has ancestors that hail all way from 3000BC. An interesting fact about this that some breeds like the Appaloosas, Morgens and Andalusians can trace their ancestry back to the Arabian. Weighing about 800 to 1000 pounds, the Arabian has a compact body, wedge shaped head and powerful hindquarters. 

Thoroughbred 

The Thoroughbred is very common in North America as it is widely used for betting at real money casinos . It is known as the hot blood which means that it is agile, fast and has spirit. The horse has been known to be a multipurpose animal that can be used in various competitions like racing, dressage and jumping. 

Appaloosa 

The Appaloosa horse is great for herding, pleasure riding and long-distance riding as well. The breed is believed to be a descendant from the wild horses with a mix of the thoroughbred, American Quarter horse and the Arabian. It is spotted horse that was mainly used for hunting purposes.

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