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    In 1986, there was a program, which was incited in order to protect rare breeds. The program was named Colonial Williamsburg’s Rare Breeds Program. The program included: Leicester Longwool Sheep, American Cream Draft Horses, Canadian Horses, American Milking Devons, Durham and Devon or Lineback Oxen, Dominique Chickens, Nankin Bantams Chickens, and English Game Fowl. The Leicester Longwool Sheep originally came from Britain, and were then brought over to America. Not only were they exported to America

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    The Arabian horse breed is very unique and talented. They can do many different sports, which many of the sports they do are similar to the Quarter horse and Thoroughbred. These sports include: horse racing, English and western pleasure, cutting and reining, jumping, and dressage. The Arabian has an interesting body style which makes them better at certain things (Arabian Horse Association, 2018). The most distinguishing traits that the Arabian breed has are its head, neck, back, and tail. They

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    Research Paper On Pony

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    what we call a horse? Well, a pony is, in fact, a horse. Ponies are a sub-classification of light horses, which are those used for riding. The main difference between a pony and a horse is that a pony is under 14.2 hands. To this end, just about any horse who meets the height requirement can be shown in pony classes. However, there are certain breeds where all the individuals registered must meet pony requirements. These are called pony breeds. Like other horse breeds, pony breeds vary in size, color

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    The typical way to classify horses is by breed. The American Quarter horse is the most popular breed in America, especially in Texas. They are the work horses on ranches, the most popular for showing and competing in speed events such as barrel racing. Another popular breed is the Paint horse, which to me is nothing me than an American Quarter horse that is not a solid color, usually they are brown or black with white areas on their bodies. There is also the Arabian breed, they are known for their

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    For centuries, horses have been one of the most popular domesticated animals. While today, people enjoy riding and racing them, in the past they were domesticated because they were the primary mode of transportation for many. People from almost every corner of the globe have owned horses for one reason or another, and it is for this reason that there are now so many different breeds. However, all horses fall into one of three main categories: pony, light, and heavy classifications. If you are unfamiliar

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    is a free roaming horse of the American west that first came or descended from horses that came to America from the Spanish. Mustangs are often called wild horses to, but because they are descended from once domesticated horses, they are properly defined as feral horses. The original mustangs were Colonial Spanish horses, but many other breeds America types of horses contributed to the modern mustang. Most contain a greater genetic mixture of ranch stock and more recent breed releases, while a few

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    How Did Rome Have Horses

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    Latin II 5/18/18 Roman Empire War Horses Horses are stunning creatures used across the world for centuries, and even in the Roman empire. In ancient Rome, horses were mainly used for chariots, hauling supplies, and light skirmishes. The Romans’ particular favorite breeds were Andalusians, Dales Ponies, Arabians, Camargues, and Galician Ponies. Rome learned about horses from Greeks and of how to best uses the different breeds also how to efficiently train them. Horses were chosen for their stable temperament

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    Equine Conditioning

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    In horses this percentage is increased to over 50%. Horses are not all the same, however. Different breeds have different skeletal muscle builds as well as muscle types. For example, the Thoroughbred, one of the most athletic breeds of horses, has a muscle mass percentage of almost 55%. (Gunn, 1979) Conditioning of our equine athletes is an important part of equine care, especially

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    I think horses are very important for many ecosystems, they have been around for so long and have helped people in a bunch of ways. My essay is going to be about how horses are and can be good for the ecosystem. I'm also going to tell you what they have done that has made a positive effect on the ecosystem, and how they have helped humans for the past 55 million years and how they have evolved. Another thing i will be talking about is there food web , habitat , and how horses have evolved.

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    Kassidy Schumann Ward English 1 Cloning Horses 17 November 2017 Cloning Horses Cloning horses is like opening a pandora box, that's better left closed. In the years to come cloning could become more common in the horse industry. As Ryan Bell states in the article “The Clone Age,” “When we clone we produce what we already have.”(Bell Clone Age) Breeders must remember; too much of a good thing is still a bad thing

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