It takes a special breed of horse to win the immediate adoration of horsemen and laymen together and the Friesian was tailor-made to fit the bill. With their attractive appearance, gentle nature, and willingness to learn, the Friesians are a popular attraction at equine events all over the world.
Whether in the show ring, rodeo arena, riding program or back yard, the American Quarter Horse has endeared himself to legions of fans. The breed goes far beyond a working man's partner or a betting man's pleasure to be a shining example of why horses and humans have formed such a lasting attachment.
Dressage takes a great deal of time, a commitment to working with the best people and a level of maturity that grants an individual a great deal of patience.
Rich in tradition and pageantry, the centuries-old sport of foxhunting is thriving in the United States and abroad.
The Paso Fino horse combines fire and energy with trainability and willingness to be a horse worthy of his ancestors and ready for whatever the future holds.
True partnerships between horses and humans provide some of the most compelling stories.
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