Do you like horses
Do you like horses then this is the article for you.
There are many horse breeds in the world, e.g .:
American Quarter Horse
German Riding Pony
And much more…
I think Haflingers and Hanoverians are very comfortable when riding. You have 3 gaits: walk, trot and gallop.
The Icelandic horses are so cute and they have 5 gaits: walk, tölt, trot, gallop and racing pass.
Explanation of the gaits:
For all horses
Step -> is slow "walk"
Trot -> is like jogging for us
Gallop -> is fast, "run" (run)
For Icelandic horses only
Tölt -> is between walk and trot
Rennpass -> is very quick to "run"
What are horses used for?
For riding and sometimes for car races
Pull to the car, carry other things
The behavior of horses:
They are beautiful, nice, sweet, scary, stubborn, fearful animals.
Like humans, horses have feelings and every horse has its own personal characteristics.
Size of horses:
The smallest horse in 1978 was just 12 inches "tall".
The tallest horse was Remington with 8 inches.
Weight of horses:
The heaviest horse was 1.78 m tall and weighed 1200 kg.
The lightest horse was 35.5cm tall and weighed only 9kg.
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