2 edition of Horse breeds of the West found in the catalog.
Horse breeds of the West
Fredie Steve Harris
|Statement||by Fredie Steve Harris.|
|LC Classifications||SF291 .H34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||73092810|
Originally bred by the Nez Percé Indians in the north-west of the states, the breed has always been prized for its speed, sure-footedness and for its stamina. During the infamous Nez Percé war, the horses had to travel around 1, miles in just four months while also being used for fighting too, on top of that they had limited food and drink. How well do you know your horse breeds? Take this quiz to find out. Most people appreciate the beauty of horses. But enjoying them and being able to identify them are two different things. For most of us, our ability to identify a horse extends only as far as saying the horse is brown, black, spotted, etc.
The cavalry horse, according to government specifications, weighed between and 1, lbs, was four to six years old and standing about 15 hands. They had to have a good disposition and a regular, easy gait. Eastern, well-bred horses were more common at first, but the army later used the Western breed as they were better adapted to arid lands. A DNA study published in had shown that the Canadian horse is genetically similar to draft breeds like the Belgian, Clydesdale, and Percheron. It has been declared as Canada’s national breed in and an animal symbol in by Parliamentary Act. When the popularity of these horses was at a peak, three types of Canadian horses were seen.
Hi. I was wondering what kind of horses were used in the 'Old West' times (about ss). Wyoming to Texas kind of area. I have the usual suspects; mustangs, quarter, american saddlebred, standarbred, pintos. Also I have listed all the breeds from Red Dead Redemption. I am working on a story set in America sometime during the Wild West. Today, the Shire horse is known as the tallest of the modern draft breeds, averaging hands (70 inches) at the withers, sometimes reaching hands (76 inches). Their great height is coupled with a hefty size; most animals weigh more than 2, pounds.
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Horse breeds of the West. [Fredie Steve Harris] -- What Fredie Steve Harris did in writing this book is typical of a historian. He researched his subject well and went to the point in time where men actally saw each breed developing in this country.
This is a great quick reference book to the breeds of horses. I wouldn't suggest it if you're planning on doing a lot of background history or movement of horses. This just gives you a nice clear photograph of the horse, origin of the breed, and what it might be used for. Or a good small coffee table book for the horse enthusiast.
The Complete Book of Horses: Breeds, Care, Riding, Saddlery: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia Of Horse Breeds And Practical Riding Techniques With Photographs - Fully Updated by Debby Sly, Sarah Muir, et al. | Oct 2, American Paint Horse (’s) The American Paint Horse is descended from horses introduced by the Spanish conquistadors.
These color patterns definitely appeared in the herds of wild horses that roamed the Western plains and still do today. Prized by Native Americans and widely used. The Complete Book of Horses: Breeds, Care, Riding, Saddlery: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia Of Horse Breeds And Practical Riding Techniques With Photographs - Fully Updated [Sly, Debby, Muir, Sarah, Draper, Judith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Complete Book of Horses: Breeds, Care, Riding, Saddlery: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia Of Horse Breeds /5(21). Kit Houghton is an acclaimed equestrian photographer who has travelled around the world to photograph all the breeds in this book.
He lives in Somerset in the south west of England/5(21). : The Big Book of Horses: The Illustrated Guide to More Than of the World's Best Breeds (): Ames, Fran, Bayley, Lesley, Langrish, Bob, Langrish, Bob 5/5(10). A standard reference on horse breeds, illustrated and updated.
Celebrating the animal that has been a stalwart servant to humankind for countless generations, Bonnie Hendricks’s International Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds is the most thorough compilation of horse breeds ever attempted.
The nearly four hundred entries, arranged alphabetically, include foundation breeds now extinct as well as 5/5(3). The Ultimate Guide to Horse Breeds covers the evolution of the horse and all the necessary tools for horse care to horse owners and aficionados. Stable management, horse grooming, breed information, correct feeding, riding, and training techniques are stunningly illustrated with over color photographs of horse breeds across the s: 1.
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Westphalia, Germany. Traits. Distinguishing features. German warmblood bred for competitive and pleasure riding in dressage and show jumping.
Breed standards. Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch e.V. Equus ferus caballus. The Westphalian, or Westfalen, is a warmblood horse bred in the Westphalia region of western y of origin: Westphalia, Germany. Heavy Horse Breeds Many distinctive breeds and a whole range of colours await the heavy horse exhibitor.
In Britain, the Shire, Clydesdale and Suffolk could be considered the traditional native ‘core’ breeds, with the Percheron growing in popularity from the s onward. The Lusitano, also known as the Pure Blood Lusitano or PSL (Puro Sangue Lusitano), is a Portuguese horse breed, closely related to the Spanish Andalusian are sometimes called Iberian horses, as the breeds both developed on the Iberian peninsula, and until the s they were considered one breed, under the Andalusian were known to be present on the Iberian Peninsula as.
Guide to Horse Breeds Some horse breeds are well known for their beautiful coloring, while others are recognized for their agility or even their temperament.
Learn about different horse breeds, including the thoroughbred, Appaloosa, American quarter horse, and more. The Friesian (also Frizian) is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the gh the conformation of the breed resembles that of a light draught horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their is believed that during the Middle Ages, ancestors of Friesian horses were in great demand as war horses throughout continental : 15 to 17 hands (60 to 68 inches, to cm).
The two breeds had identical histories until modern times, when Portuguese breeders developed the Lusitano into a separate horse from the Andalusian.
Although Andalusians typically are seen in a grey coloration, Lusitanos often come in palomino, buckskin, dun, bay, chestnut, and other colors. A standard reference on horse breeds—illustrated and updated Celebrating the animal that has been a stalwart servant to humankind for countless generations, Bonnie Hendricks’s International Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds is the most thorough compilation of horse breeds ever attempted.
The nearly four hundred entries, arranged alphabetically, include foundation breeds now exti/5(2). The result was the beginnings of the American Quarter Horse, a breed that later developed to its present state in the American West.
Used to herd cattle and carry cowboys across the arid desert in the s, the Quarter Horse has a rich and glamorous history. BREEDS INFO SO MANY BREEDS, SO LITTLE TIME. On this webpage the many breeds represented at the park can be found. There is history of each breed, the characteristics most often seen, and the actual horse that represents the breed at the Park.
Note: this is just a small sample of the hundreds of horse breeds around the world. AKHAL-TEKE. Breeds: Horses are commonly measured in terms of hands.
One hand equals about four inches. If a horse is said to stand hands, that means it is 40 + 2 in tall at the withers. (The withers is the highest point on the horse over the shoulders when the animal's head is bent down as when grazing). All of the features of a breed areclearly defined, and recorded by a breed society, which keeps a special list or Stud Book and a registry of the individual horses belonging to that breed.
Other than horse breeds, there are also "types" of horses that do not belong to a breed witha stud book or pedigree. Each horse is different, having played a different role, giving them an important part in the history of the Wild West.
A Cowboy & His Horse. Without a horse, the Wild West wouldn’t have thrived like it did. Palominos, Appaloosas, and Morgans helped to herd cattle, fight in wars, and even hunt. They changed and improved the cowboy way of life Author: Mark Rees. Like the American Kennel Club's The Complete Dog Book (now in its 20th printing), this is the book for horse breeds.
For each of North American breeds--from ponies and small horses to pleasure horses, draft horses, and thoroughbred racers--the massive ,word guide provides an official history, detailed conformation ideals Author: Fran Lynghaug.