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Horse Breeds

Test your knowledge about horse breeds.


 

Quiz ID:#18437
Fun:** (1.76)
Difficulty:** (2.01)
Category:Nature > Animals
Created By:Mouser101Aus***!!

 

 

 



#1   I was developed in Brazil. I have smooth gaits called marcha batida and marcha picada. I also have excellent cow sense. I have a silky coat and fine, smooth skin.







#2   My height ranges from 16 to 17 hands. I am best suited for show jumping, dressage, and eventing. My most common color is chestnut and piebald (pinto) horses do not occur in my breed. I can also be considered a rectangular horse.







#3   I have extreme strength, tremendous ability to tolerate work, and am a cross between a jenny and a stallion.

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#4   I am from Sweden. I am an ancient but now rare breed of stocky pony characterized by my "primitive" color and markings. Sculpture from 1000 BC shows the people using my type to pull chariots.







#5   Pinto patterns include tobiano, overo, frame overo, and splash overo.




#6   I am a sorrel with a flaxen mane and tail. My ancestors of my modern breed were large black horses known as Great Flemish Horses, which existed in the region even before Caesar. I am a draft horse.







#7   I am from Turkmenistan and have a metallic sheen to my coat. My colors can range from palomino to light bay, always with a golden metallic gleam to my coat.







#8   I am from Germany. I am a strong, elegant horse of noble bearing. I am mostly seen in show jumping, dressage, combined driving, show and field hunters. My height can range from 6 to 17.2 hands. My typical coloring is chestnut.







#9   Arabians can have a pinto coloring.




#10   What is one of the Appaloosa patterns?







 

 


   



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