BY PAYTON
Horses
Table of Contents
1. Colours #’s 1-18
2. Types of horses
3. Breeds
4. Tack
5. English riding
6. Western riding
7. Fun Fact...
Colours 1
Bay: a reddish brown body colour, and black mane,
tail, and points
Colours 2
Chestnut: red-brown coat with mane and tail of same
colour
Colours 3
Black: solid black coat, can have white face, and/or leg
markings
Colours 4
Palomino: blonde coat with light, or white mane and
tail
Colours 5
Dun: blonde coat with black mane, tail, and points,
with a dorsal stripe
Colours 6
Buckskin: blonde coat with black tail, mane, and
points, and no dorsal stripe
Colours 7
Brown: black and brown hairs mixed together
Colours 7
Grey: white or grey coat with black skin
Colours 8
Flea bitten grey: white coat with brown, dark brown,
dark grey, or black freckles
Colours 9
Dapple grey: white with darker grey, small circles on
whole body, or legs and lower belly
Colours 10
Albino: white hair with pink, or peach skin. Has pink
muzzle, needs sunscreen in summer
Colours 11
Grullo: grey, brown and yellow hairs blended
together with darker legs and dorsal stripe. Also
know as grulla
Colours 12
Appaloosa- blanket spot: any solid colour with white
splotch on hindquarters with freckles
Colours 13
Appaloosa- leopard spot: white coat with large darker
freckles
Colours 14
Sorrel: red-brown, or brown coat with lighter mane
Colours 15
Piebald: black and white splotches
Colours 16
Skewbald: red, or brown splotches.
Colours 17
Roan- strawberry or red: chestnut or bay with white
hairs mixed together
Colours 18
Roan- blue: grey or black with white hairs
Markings
Star
Blaze
Leg Markings Face Markings
Stripe
Snip
Bald or white face
Light Horses
Light horse: common type suitable for riding. Some
have lighter bones when others are sturdy. Ex:
Thoroughbre...
Draft Horses
Draft or heavy horse: type suited for farm work.
Usually have feathers (hair on feet). Ex:
Clydesdale, Shire,...
Ponies
Pony: a small, short, sturdy type of horse. Has to be
14.2 hands high, or less. Ex: Shetland, Falabella ,
Camargue
Thoroughbred
Colours: any solid colour Place of origin: Britain
Height: 14.2 - 17.2 hh
Uses: racing, riding, cross-breeding
Arabian
Colours: chestnut, bay, grey Place of origin: Middle East
Height: 14.1 – 15 hh
Uses: riding, breed improvement
Quarter Horse
Colours: solid colours Place of origin: USA
Height: 14.3 – 15.1 hh
Uses: riding, ranch-work, rodeos, racing
Clydesdale
Colours: mostly bay Place of origin: Scotland
Height: 16 – 18 hh
Uses: draft and harness work
Shire
Colours: black, bay, grey Place of origin: England
Height: 16.2 – 17 hh
Uses: draught, showing
Gypsy Vanner
Colours: piebald or skewbald Place of origin: England
Height: 14 – 15.2 hh
Uses: driving, jumping, dressage
Shetland Pony
Colours: black, bay, brown, chestnut, grey
Height: up to 10.2 hh Place of origin: Scotland
Uses: riding, har...
Falabella/Miniature
Colours: all colours Place of origin: Argentina
Height: 7 hh and under
Uses: harness, pet
Camargue
Colours: grey Place of origin: France
Height: up to 14 hh
Uses: herding, trekking, some still wild
Tack/Tackle
Tack is any equipment and accessories used in
horseback riding
Saddle
Saddle
Pad
Bridle
Gaiters
Breast
Collar
Parts of the Saddle
English Western
Cantle
Skirt
Stirrup
Fender
Horn
Latigo/
Cinch
Seat
Parts of the Bridle
Curb Bit
English Riding
Competitions and Shows
 Show jumping
 Cross-country/eventing
 Flat Racing
 Steeplechase
 Polo
 Dressage
 English Sh...
Show jumping
Show Jumping: Riders ride in a ring jumping over
colourful fences with rails that can be knocked down.
Speed ...
Cross-country/ Eventing
Cross-country jumping is where the horse and rider go
around an outdoor jumping course. The jumps ...
Flat Racing
Horses and jockeys run around an oval track
competing against each other for the highest
position.
Steeplechase
Similar to flat racing, but there are hedges set up
around the track. The horses have to race around
the oval...
Polo
Two teams of four use long handled mallets to knock a
wooden ball through the other team’s goal post. This
is usually...
Dressage
A ring sport where the rider uses slight signals with
his/her legs and hands. The horses are taught how
to do cer...
English Show Classes
Riders ride around in a ring and follow simple
instructions like ‘transition to canter’. The pair tha...
Saddle Seat
Specific breeds of horses show off their unusual gaits.
Usually the horse shows off the trot.
Hunter-Jumper
Similar to show jumping. The pair ride around and try
to jump as nicely as they can. It is also a style of
r...
English Tack
Saddle Pads Bridle
Martingale Halter Gaiters
Western Riding
Competitions
 Barrel Racing
 Reining
 Western Pleasure
 Trail Courses
Barrel Racing
The pair ride around a pattern that looks like this
and try to go as fast as possible without knocking
over ...
Reining
A western version of Dressage. Riders have to always
have a loose rein.
Western Pleasure
Exactly the same as English show classes, but the style
of riding is western.
Trail Courses
There is a course set up in a ring, and the riders have
to go through it and the pair who does all the
obsta...
Western Tack
Saddle Saddle Blanket Bridle
Breast Collar Halter Gaiters
Measuring
Horses are measured with hands to the withers
(shoulders) . Each hand is four inches. Most horses
are around 15 ...
Gaits
 Walk- slow four beat gait.
 Trot- bouncy two beat gait.
 Canter- smooth three beat gait
 Gallop- fats four beat...
Fun Facts
A female horse is
called a mare
A male horse that isn’t
fixed (gelded) is called
a stallion
There are over 350
b...
The Worlds Highest Jump
To watch Huaso jump the world record height, go to
the following link:
http://www.youtube.com/watc...
History/Origin
The first horses had three toes instead of one solid
hoof. The first stage was Eohippus, then
Mesohippus, M...
Parts
Muzzle
Mane
Crest
Poll
Eye
Chest
Knee
Cannon Bone
Fetlock
Barrel
Withers
Hoof
Shoulder
Elbow
Hock
Dock
Tail
Flank
St...
Bibliography
 Pickeral, Tasmin. The Encyclopaedia of Horses and Ponies. United Kingdom: Parragon
Publishing, 2003
 McBan...
Photo Credits-
“in Quotations”= Flickr nickname
 Running Horse- Title Page- By: Patrick Goossens
@http://www.flickr.com/p...
Photo Credits 2
 Black trotting horse- slide 5 by: “Sightsenser” @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/sightsensor/2637974683/
...
Photo Credits 3
 Running Brown- slide 9 by: Jean @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/7326810@N08/2903566104/
 Grey- slide 10 ...
Photo Credits 4
 Black appaloosa- slide 15 by: Nancy @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nancymesaaz/528224113/
 Bay appaloos...
Photo Credits 5
 Roan foal- slide 20 by: “sarowen” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarowen/2248048616/
 Roan- slide 20 by...
Photo Credits 6
 Black pony- slide 25 by: Thomas Quine @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/quinet/3076135581/
 Pony ride- sli...
Photo Credits 7
 Brown shire- slide 30 by: Paul Turnbull @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/turny/2656637732/in/photostream/
...
Photo Credits 8
 Camargue in Grass- slide 34 By: Wolfgang Staudt
@http://www.flickr.com/photos/wolfgangstaudt/2434405362/...
Photo Credits 9
 Cross country kid- slide 41 clip art
 Cross country jumping- slide 41 by: “sffubs” @
http://www.flickr....
Photo Credits 10
 Cantering Dressage- slide 45 by: “wax0r” @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wax0r/2429994641/
 Pinto Show ...
Photo Credits 11
 English Bridle- slide 49 by: “Thowra_uk” @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thowra/2234810231/
 English Ma...
Photo Credits 12
 Reining 2- slide 53 by: “Ninety Eight Six” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/986/2723551700/
 Grey trail ...
Photo Credits 13
 Gaiters- slide 56 by: “Five Furlongs” @
http://www.flickr.com/photos/fivefurlongs/5097698170/
 Walk- s...
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  1. 1. BY PAYTON Horses
  2. 2. Table of Contents 1. Colours #’s 1-18 2. Types of horses 3. Breeds 4. Tack 5. English riding 6. Western riding 7. Fun Facts 8. History/ Origin 9. Parts
  3. 3. Colours 1 Bay: a reddish brown body colour, and black mane, tail, and points
  4. 4. Colours 2 Chestnut: red-brown coat with mane and tail of same colour
  5. 5. Colours 3 Black: solid black coat, can have white face, and/or leg markings
  6. 6. Colours 4 Palomino: blonde coat with light, or white mane and tail
  7. 7. Colours 5 Dun: blonde coat with black mane, tail, and points, with a dorsal stripe
  8. 8. Colours 6 Buckskin: blonde coat with black tail, mane, and points, and no dorsal stripe
  9. 9. Colours 7 Brown: black and brown hairs mixed together
  10. 10. Colours 7 Grey: white or grey coat with black skin
  11. 11. Colours 8 Flea bitten grey: white coat with brown, dark brown, dark grey, or black freckles
  12. 12. Colours 9 Dapple grey: white with darker grey, small circles on whole body, or legs and lower belly
  13. 13. Colours 10 Albino: white hair with pink, or peach skin. Has pink muzzle, needs sunscreen in summer
  14. 14. Colours 11 Grullo: grey, brown and yellow hairs blended together with darker legs and dorsal stripe. Also know as grulla
  15. 15. Colours 12 Appaloosa- blanket spot: any solid colour with white splotch on hindquarters with freckles
  16. 16. Colours 13 Appaloosa- leopard spot: white coat with large darker freckles
  17. 17. Colours 14 Sorrel: red-brown, or brown coat with lighter mane
  18. 18. Colours 15 Piebald: black and white splotches
  19. 19. Colours 16 Skewbald: red, or brown splotches.
  20. 20. Colours 17 Roan- strawberry or red: chestnut or bay with white hairs mixed together
  21. 21. Colours 18 Roan- blue: grey or black with white hairs
  22. 22. Markings Star Blaze Leg Markings Face Markings Stripe Snip Bald or white face
  23. 23. Light Horses Light horse: common type suitable for riding. Some have lighter bones when others are sturdy. Ex: Thoroughbred, Arabian, Quarter horse
  24. 24. Draft Horses Draft or heavy horse: type suited for farm work. Usually have feathers (hair on feet). Ex: Clydesdale, Shire, and Gypsy Vanner
  25. 25. Ponies Pony: a small, short, sturdy type of horse. Has to be 14.2 hands high, or less. Ex: Shetland, Falabella , Camargue
  26. 26. Thoroughbred Colours: any solid colour Place of origin: Britain Height: 14.2 - 17.2 hh Uses: racing, riding, cross-breeding
  27. 27. Arabian Colours: chestnut, bay, grey Place of origin: Middle East Height: 14.1 – 15 hh Uses: riding, breed improvement
  28. 28. Quarter Horse Colours: solid colours Place of origin: USA Height: 14.3 – 15.1 hh Uses: riding, ranch-work, rodeos, racing
  29. 29. Clydesdale Colours: mostly bay Place of origin: Scotland Height: 16 – 18 hh Uses: draft and harness work
  30. 30. Shire Colours: black, bay, grey Place of origin: England Height: 16.2 – 17 hh Uses: draught, showing
  31. 31. Gypsy Vanner Colours: piebald or skewbald Place of origin: England Height: 14 – 15.2 hh Uses: driving, jumping, dressage
  32. 32. Shetland Pony Colours: black, bay, brown, chestnut, grey Height: up to 10.2 hh Place of origin: Scotland Uses: riding, harness, pet
  33. 33. Falabella/Miniature Colours: all colours Place of origin: Argentina Height: 7 hh and under Uses: harness, pet
  34. 34. Camargue Colours: grey Place of origin: France Height: up to 14 hh Uses: herding, trekking, some still wild
  35. 35. Tack/Tackle Tack is any equipment and accessories used in horseback riding Saddle Saddle Pad Bridle Gaiters Breast Collar
  36. 36. Parts of the Saddle English Western Cantle Skirt Stirrup Fender Horn Latigo/ Cinch Seat
  37. 37. Parts of the Bridle Curb Bit
  38. 38. English Riding
  39. 39. Competitions and Shows  Show jumping  Cross-country/eventing  Flat Racing  Steeplechase  Polo  Dressage  English Show classes  Saddle seat  Hunter-jumper
  40. 40. Show jumping Show Jumping: Riders ride in a ring jumping over colourful fences with rails that can be knocked down. Speed matters.
  41. 41. Cross-country/ Eventing Cross-country jumping is where the horse and rider go around an outdoor jumping course. The jumps can’t be knocked over, which makes this dangerous if the horse isn’t trained well.
  42. 42. Flat Racing Horses and jockeys run around an oval track competing against each other for the highest position.
  43. 43. Steeplechase Similar to flat racing, but there are hedges set up around the track. The horses have to race around the oval while jumping over the hedges.
  44. 44. Polo Two teams of four use long handled mallets to knock a wooden ball through the other team’s goal post. This is usually played on a field that can be up to a length of 300 yards.
  45. 45. Dressage A ring sport where the rider uses slight signals with his/her legs and hands. The horses are taught how to do certain moves, and it kind of looks like horse dancing.
  46. 46. English Show Classes Riders ride around in a ring and follow simple instructions like ‘transition to canter’. The pair that transitions the most smoothly wins.
  47. 47. Saddle Seat Specific breeds of horses show off their unusual gaits. Usually the horse shows off the trot.
  48. 48. Hunter-Jumper Similar to show jumping. The pair ride around and try to jump as nicely as they can. It is also a style of riding called hunt seat.
  49. 49. English Tack Saddle Pads Bridle Martingale Halter Gaiters
  50. 50. Western Riding
  51. 51. Competitions  Barrel Racing  Reining  Western Pleasure  Trail Courses
  52. 52. Barrel Racing The pair ride around a pattern that looks like this and try to go as fast as possible without knocking over any of the barrels.
  53. 53. Reining A western version of Dressage. Riders have to always have a loose rein.
  54. 54. Western Pleasure Exactly the same as English show classes, but the style of riding is western.
  55. 55. Trail Courses There is a course set up in a ring, and the riders have to go through it and the pair who does all the obstacles smoothly wins. There can be obstacles like gates to open, or poles to ride over.
  56. 56. Western Tack Saddle Saddle Blanket Bridle Breast Collar Halter Gaiters
  57. 57. Measuring Horses are measured with hands to the withers (shoulders) . Each hand is four inches. Most horses are around 15 to 16 hh (hands high). 4 inches Withers
  58. 58. Gaits  Walk- slow four beat gait.  Trot- bouncy two beat gait.  Canter- smooth three beat gait  Gallop- fats four beat gait. 1 4 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 3 1 4 3 2
  59. 59. Fun Facts A female horse is called a mare A male horse that isn’t fixed (gelded) is called a stallion There are over 350 breeds of horses and ponies worldwide A young female horse that is under four years of age is called a filly A male horse that is under four is called a colt. A female horse used for breeding is called a mare A baby horse of any gender is called a foal A gelded male horse is called a gelding A father horse is called a sire A mother horse is called a dam You can tell a horses’ age by counting their teeth An average horses’ head weighs 11. 84 pounds A horses heart weighs 10 lbs on average. Horses hooves need to be clipped, just like fingernails The average age foe a horse to live is 20-25 years old The oldest horse in history was Old Billy who lived to be 62. The smallest horse in history was little Pumpkin who stood 14 inches at the shoulders The tallest horse ever was named Sampson who stood 7 ft. 2 inches at the withers The highest jump ever was 8ft 1 ¼ and jumped by Huaso in 1949
  60. 60. The Worlds Highest Jump To watch Huaso jump the world record height, go to the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhHBhc-ihOI
  61. 61. History/Origin The first horses had three toes instead of one solid hoof. The first stage was Eohippus, then Mesohippus, Miohippus, Merychippus, and then Pliohippus. Today's modern horses are called Equus. In the 1600`s, horses were bought to North America with Spanish Colonists. EohippusMesohippusMiohippusPliohippus Merychippus
  62. 62. Parts Muzzle Mane Crest Poll Eye Chest Knee Cannon Bone Fetlock Barrel Withers Hoof Shoulder Elbow Hock Dock Tail Flank Stifle Gaskin LoinCroup Ergot Chestnut
  63. 63. Bibliography  Pickeral, Tasmin. The Encyclopaedia of Horses and Ponies. United Kingdom: Parragon Publishing, 2003  McBane, Susan and Douglas-Cooper, Helen. Horse Facts. London: Quantum Publishing Ltd., 2005  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polo  http://www.buzzle.com/articles/horse-facts-interesting-facts-about-horses.html  http://www.shannonleighstables.com/HORSE-FACTS-  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution_of_the_horse  http://answers.encyclopedia.com/question/introduced-horses-north-america- 614611.html
  64. 64. Photo Credits- “in Quotations”= Flickr nickname  Running Horse- Title Page- By: Patrick Goossens @http://www.flickr.com/photos/goossens/2934660635/  Horse head- Title Page- By: Trey Ratcliff @http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/4730253989/  Camargue in Grass- Title page By: Wolfgang Staudt @http://www.flickr.com/photos/wolfgangstaudt/2434405362/  Grazing Horse- Title Page- By: Naveen Gujje @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/gujjenaveen/1478479398/  Sepia Horse- Clip art.  Standing bay horse- slide 3 By: “omgthetostisburning” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/anneisqueen/2129670418/  Horse Portrait- slide 3 By: “Thowra_uk” http://www.flickr.com/photos/thowra/632165531/  Leg Markings- slide 22 By: Paige Filler @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/theequinest/4777475620/  Chestnut horse- slide 4 by: Genny @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ninjaclutz/3621874312/  Chestnut Arabian- slide 4 by: Milly.Lee @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/29321159@N06/3296159291/
  65. 65. Photo Credits 2  Black trotting horse- slide 5 by: “Sightsenser” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sightsensor/2637974683/  Black horse- slide 5 by: http://www.flickr.com/photos/34053291@N05/4673505376/in/photostream/  Standing Palomino- slide 6 by: “Just Add Ink” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/samanthakotz/3155191025/  Sleeping Palomino Pony- slide 6 by: Kvetina-Marie  http://www.flickr.com/photos/kvetina_marie/1006726853/  Dun horse Head- slide 7 by: Suzanne Phillips @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyborgsuzy/2630172488/  Dark dun- slide 7 by: Nancy @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/nancymesaaz/1510585398/  Buckskin with foal- slide 8 by: “if winter ends” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/if_winter_ends/2423820549/  Lying down buckskin- slide 8 by: Derrick Coetzee @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/dcoetzee/3512738848/  Walking brown- slide 9 by: Jean @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/7326810@N08/2739162837/
  66. 66. Photo Credits 3  Running Brown- slide 9 by: Jean @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/7326810@N08/2903566104/  Grey- slide 10 by: “Donald MacLeod” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/donaldmacleod/4955459516/  Grey head- slide 10 by: Elizabeth Foote @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/foote_fotos/2526400529/  Flea-bitten grey head- slide 11 by: Sarah Macmillan @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/essjay/393870087/  Flea-bitten in stall- slide 11 by: @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyborgsuzy/433855258/  Light dapple- slide 12 by: @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/7326810@N08/3631679150/  Dark dapple- slide 12 by: Jean @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/7326810@N08/2903568888/  Albino- slide 13 by: Mariana Ricaud @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/castormariana/497614785/  Albino 2- slide 13 by: Melody @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/melodysk/2978681762/  Rearing grullo- slide 14 by: Mary B @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/carrot_mama/4368607649/  Grullo- slide 14 by: Mary B @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/carrot_mama/4367612231/
  67. 67. Photo Credits 4  Black appaloosa- slide 15 by: Nancy @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/nancymesaaz/528224113/  Bay appaloosa- slide 15 by: Rachel Stelmach @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/bluehook/4983709230/  Appaloosa in flowers- slide 16 by: “Just Add Ink” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/samanthakotz/3145821509/  Pair of appaloosas- slide 16 by: Malia @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/malia111/4420161740/  Sorrel- slide 17 by: Sam Wilson @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/baylorbear78/3410902402/  Sorrel pony- slide 17 by: Susie Blackmon @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/susieblackmon/3349428649/  Piebald draft- slide 18 by: Jarosław Pocztarski @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/j- pocztarski/2189482713/  Gypsy Vanner- slide 18 by: Jean @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/7326810@N08/3642375439/  Skewbald head- slide 19 by: Kate Sumbler @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktpupp/52794689/  Bay skewbald- slide 19 by: Xavier Jijón @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/fx57/1014918810/
  68. 68. Photo Credits 5  Roan foal- slide 20 by: “sarowen” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarowen/2248048616/  Roan- slide 20 by: Tanja Rott @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tjrglass/2504579968/  Grazing roan- slide 21 by: “WindRanch” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jetling/3682394177/  Blue roan- slide 21 by: “Lil Shepherd” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/lilshepherd/3675544296/  Star- slide 22 by: Kate Sumbler @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktpupp/3799233402/  Blaze- slide 22 by: “sarowen” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarowen/4339924100/  Stripe- slide 22 by: “peardg” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ittel/3902331845/  Snip- slide 22 by: BLW @ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:HorseNose2.jpg Photoshop edit by me  Light horse- Pinto- slide 23 by: Sam Wilson @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/baylorbear78/2394783852/  Running horse- slide 23 by: Paul Woolrich @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulwoolrich/141515123/  Three drafts- slide 24 by: Kenk Kosters @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/drhenkenstein/3807428393/  Draft- slide 24 by Carlos @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/armadillo444/3452258272/
  69. 69. Photo Credits 6  Black pony- slide 25 by: Thomas Quine @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/quinet/3076135581/  Pony ride- slide 25 by: Markku Åkerfelt @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/maraker/4627926008/  Bay thoroughbred- slide 26 by: “Tennessee Wanderer” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tnwanderer/3475090348/  Racehorses- slide 26 by: Jeff Kubina @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kubina/185495525/  Rearing Arabian- slide 27 by: Richard Messenger @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/richardmessenger/3337212024/in/photostream/  Walking Arabian- slide 27 by: “Millie.Lee” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/29321159@N06/3296190345/in/photostream/  Palomino quarter horse- slide 28 by: Mary B. @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/carrot_mama/4369436864/  Running quarto horse- slide 28 by: Imre Botos @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/32386419@N06/3858295323/  Two Clydesdales- slide 29 by: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bassclarinetist/4667796855/  Standing Clydesdales- slide 29 by: “Calotype46” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/calotype46/4858861853/
  70. 70. Photo Credits 7  Brown shire- slide 30 by: Paul Turnbull @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/turny/2656637732/in/photostream/  Two shire- slide30 by: “gerriet” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/gerriet/2845542856/  Standing gypsy Vanner- slide 31 by: Kate Sumbler @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktpupp/3664054685/  Gypsy Vanner 2- slide 31 by: “appaloosa” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/appaloosa/3753003688/in/photostream/  Shetland and foal- slide 32 by: James @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/35545794@N04/3629621151/in/photostream/  2 Shetlands- slide 32 by: Greta Hughson @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/gretahughson/2150169882/  2 Minis- slide 33 by: elaine @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cybertoad/4450764149/  Falabella in show- slide 33 by: “Bill Strong” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/bstrong/220583896/in/photostream/  Walking Camargue- slide 34 by: Caroline @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/caroslines/3002644433/
  71. 71. Photo Credits 8  Camargue in Grass- slide 34 By: Wolfgang Staudt @http://www.flickr.com/photos/wolfgangstaudt/2434405362/  Breast collar- slide 41 by: Imre Botos @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/32386419@N06/3510264656/  Tacked up horse- slide 35 by: “evelynbelgium” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/evelyn_vancauwenberghe/2492333698/  Saddle diagram- slide 36 by: “My Horse University” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/myhorseuniversity/1936046093/  Bridle diagram- slide 37 by: Paige Filler @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/theequinest/5056055144/  Curb bit- slide 37 by: “Ninety Eight Six” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/986/2723551700/  English Riding- slide 38 by: Claire @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/askalon/3808901746/  Ribbons- slide 39 by: “citizen for boysenberry jam” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/darkroom_light/3605678812/  Show Jumping- slide 40 by: “rofanato” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/rofanator/3890661234/  Show Jumping 2- slide 40 Clip art
  72. 72. Photo Credits 9  Cross country kid- slide 41 clip art  Cross country jumping- slide 41 by: “sffubs” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sffubs/3810910770/  Starting gate- slide 42 by: Rennett Stowe @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomsaint/3431708779/  Race horse front- slide 42 by: Michele Truex @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/40348123@N02/4063031332/  Steeplechase horse- slide 43 by: “Paolo camera” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/vegaseddie/3309228377/  Steeplechasers- slide 43 by: “Paolo camera” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/vegaseddie/3310041214/  Polo- slide 44 by: Peter Morgan @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/pmorgan/3582539812/  Polo ponies- slide 44 by: William Murphy @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/infomatique/4936334301/  Dressage horse- slide 45 by: Jessica Mulley @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jessicamulley/3118631681/  Cantering Dressage- slide 45 by: “wax0r” @
  73. 73. Photo Credits 10  Cantering Dressage- slide 45 by: “wax0r” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/wax0r/2429994641/  Pinto Show class 2- slide 46 by: Chuck Walker @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cwalker71/2706126749/  Pinto and kid- slide 46 by: Patrick @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/adwriter/1463193589/  Chestnut saddle seat- slide 47 by: Selena N @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/selenas_stock/4063174256/  Grey Saddle seat- slide 47 by: “fallingdominos” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/42718365@N06/4571560190/  Bay hunter jumper- slide 48 by: “dregsplod” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/australianshepherds/4059305499/  Chestnut hunter- slide 48 by: “dregsplod” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/australianshepherds/3317263431/  English saddle- slide 49 by: Andrea Church @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/indigovalley/3943147498/  English saddle pad- slide 49 by: “Thowra_uk” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/thowra/3713780265/
  74. 74. Photo Credits 11  English Bridle- slide 49 by: “Thowra_uk” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/thowra/2234810231/  English Martingale- slide 48 by: “Thowra_uk” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/thowra/3736558498/  English halter- slide 48 by: Liz @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kingstongal/2765768402/  Gaiters- slide 48 by: Simone @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/7scout7/2333185403/  Western Riding- slide 50 by: Irme Botos @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/32386419@N06/3854932149/  Cattle- slide 50 by: Brad Smith @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/57402879@N00/164177653/  Western competition- slide 51 by: Chuck Walker @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cwalker71/980217395/  1st barrel- slide 52 by: Imre Botos 2 http://www.flickr.com/photos/32386419@N06/3862033520/  2nd barrel racer- slide 52 by: Irme Botos @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/32386419@N06/3854932149/  Spinning reining- slide 53 by: Bridget Jasper @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/bjasper8/2895631788/
  75. 75. Photo Credits 12  Reining 2- slide 53 by: “Ninety Eight Six” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/986/2723551700/  Grey trail course- slide 55 by: “szedlisa” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/szedlisa/2115759540/  Trail course 2- slide 55 by: Miles Michelson @ http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/rC6k2RbhMk7HO0jhPWpXFw  Pleasure 1- slide 54 by: “SarWestMay” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/24128102@N07/3025703298/  Pleasure palomino- slide 54 by: Sarah Pillard http://www.flickr.com/photos/aarrgh/2690174227/  Western saddle- slide 56 by: “raftercpaints” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/18311994@N07/2397584866/  Saddle blanket- slide 56 by: “K. Sawyer” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ksawyer/2773424860/  Western Bridle- slide 56 by: Kate Sumbler @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktpupp/4165043972/  Rope halter- slide 56 by: Kerri-Jo Stewart @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kerri- jo/4643926692/
  76. 76. Photo Credits 13  Gaiters- slide 56 by: “Five Furlongs” @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/fivefurlongs/5097698170/  Walk- slide 58 by: About Akbar Simonse @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/simeon_barkas/2720437450/  Trot- slide 58 by: Elizabeth @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/13521837@N00/2467446510/  Canter- slide 58 by: Peter Dean @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/rowanbank/4655999589/  Gallop- slide 58 by: Paul Woolrich @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulwoolrich/141515123/  Hand- slide 57 by: Meena Kadri @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/meanestindian/389044314/  Withers- slide 57 by: Reto Fetz @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/swisscan/2557315648/  Prehistoric horses- slide 61 by: Travis @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/baggis/4219725307/  Parts of horses- slide 62 by: Aurélio Vinícius @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/aureliovinicius/1351027939/
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