Horse Production Test 1- Breeds

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  1. both parents are of the same breed
    purebred
  2. one or both parents are mixed breeds
    grade
  3. long yearling
    18 months to 2 years
  4. Arabian
    • thin frame
    • short in back
    • small, refined head and ears
    • dish on forehead
    • high tail set
    • straight croup
    • high-strung dispostion
  5. Thoroughbreds
    • mainly for racing
    • strong back
    • longer angle to croup
    • thick quarter
    • heavy muscled
    • deep chested
    • long legs & cannon
    • more defined muscles
  6. American Quarter Horse
    • racing history
    • versatile
    • gentle disposition
    • good with cattle
    • thoroughbred and mustang influence
    • defined muscle
    • slanted croup
  7. Standardbred
    • known as pacer or trotter
    • similar to Morgans
    • usually brown or dark bay
    • have to trot or pace in a certain time to get registered
  8. Morgan
    • strong & utilitarian
    • pulling competitions
    • versatile
    • short and stocky
    • used for pulling carts and jumping
    • leaner tone
    • foundation and competition styles
  9. American Saddlebred
    • comfortable to ride
    • gentle
    • developed before civil war in Kentucky
  10. Tennessee Walking Horse
    • distinct head bob
    • level top line
    • high tail set
    • strong shoulder
    • deep barrel
    • strong quarter
    • running walk
  11. American Paint
    • white and another color
    • can be registered as a paint, QH or TB
  12. American Pinto
    • color registry
    • any breed other than quarter horses
  13. Appaloosa
    • white sclera around eyes
    • molten skin
    • hooves are striped vertically black & white
  14. Belgian
    • easy to train
    • utility purposes
    • docile, very agreeable
  15. Clydesdales
    • have feathering
    • used in commerce, not farming
    • predominantly bay
  16. Percherons
    • primarily grey
    • very calm
    • versatile
    • have to be bred in La Perche, France to be purebred
  17. Shire
    • draft and farming purposes
    • one of the largest breeds
    • feathering
    • sabino coloring
    • similar to clydesdales
    • dark brown or black
    • largest draft horse
  18. Welsh/Cob
    • hardy and athletic
    • 4 divisions to be registered in
    • use in pony clubs, driving and pleasure
    • have Arabian blood
  19. Shetland
    • used for fishing and farming
    • up to 42"
    • all colors except spotted
    • most commonly known
    • smallest pony
  20. Pony of America
    • mottled skin
    • sclera
    • similar to Appaloosa criteria
    • cannot exceed 56"
  21. Miniature Horse
    • 34" or less at withers
    • replica of larger breeds
    • used in halter, driving and jumping
    • too small to ride
    • good companions
    • dental & dystocia concerns

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