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    • Horses By: Kayla Nelson
    • Gypsy
      • Gypsy horses get around
      • 15.3 hands high there about
      • the size of a paint. These
      • horses are from England
      • and Ireland.
    • Paints
      • The "Paint Horse" is descended from Spanish horses brought over to the US and was a popular horse with the American Indians who used the American Paint Horse as a war horse.
    • Horses
      • I have two miniature horses there names are Gracie and Martini. Minis are usually around 27 to 30 inches tall.
    • Draft Horses Draft Horses These horses are usually used for driving but the smaller drafts are capable of performing under saddle.
    • Quarter Horses
      • These horses are used for reining, cutting, English, barrel
      • racing, calf roping
      • And other
      • Equestrian riding
    • Friesians
      • The Friesian horse is one of
      • the oldest European breeds
      • native to the Netherlands. It
      • has been used for riding,
      • agricultural work and as a
      • Calvary horse.
    • Morgan
      • The Morgan horse was the first American breed of horse. During the Civil War the Morgan horse was the most desirable because they were loyal to their rider, did not scare easily under fire, could march all day, and pull the artillery.
    • Morgan
    • The End