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Light Horse Breeds and Selection Part 1. Light Horse Breeds and Selection Overview. Light Horse Breeds Body Colors Parts of the Horse (part 2) Common Head and Leg Markings (part 2) Equine Terms and Definitions (part 2) Traits and Selection (part 2) Judging Contests (part 2).

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Light Horse Breeds and SelectionOverview

  • Light Horse Breeds

  • Body Colors

  • Parts of the Horse (part 2)

  • Common Head and Leg Markings (part 2)

  • Equine Terms and Definitions (part 2)

  • Traits and Selection (part 2)

  • Judging Contests (part 2)


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Breeds of Light Horses

Quarter Horse

  • Known for athleticism and cow sense

  • Named for the “Quarter Mile Race”


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Breeds of Light Horses

Morgan

  • Smaller in height (14 - 15 hands)

  • Breed was founded by a single stallion (Justin Morgan)


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Breeds of Light Horses

Paint

  • Stock type horse

  • Color patterns are called Tobiano and Overo

  • Differs from a Pinto (Pinto Association is a color registry)


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Breeds of Light Horses

Thoroughbred

  • Breed bred for racing

  • Average height is 16 hands


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Breeds of Light Horses

Appaloosa

  • Unique color pattern of spots (predominantly over the hip)

  • Breed Association was formed in 1938


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Breeds of Light Horses

Arabian

  • Head has a characteristically dished profile

  • Stands between 14.2 and 15.2 hands


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Breeds of Light Horses

Palomino

  • Color registry

  • Color is light to dark of a 14 karat gold U.S. coin

  • Mane and tail must be white


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Breeds of Light Horses

Mustang

  • Mustang means wild or stray

  • Protected by the government

  • Adopt a horse program


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Morgan

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Smaller in height (14 - 15 hands)

  • Breed was founded by a single stallion (Justin Morgan)


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Thoroughbred

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Breed bred for racing

  • Average height is 16 hands


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Appaloosa

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Unique color pattern of spots (predominantly over the hip)

  • Breed Association was formed in 1938


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Mustang

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Mustang means wild or stray

  • Protected by the government

  • Adopt a horse program


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Paint

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Stock type horse

  • Color patterns are called Tobiano and Overo

  • Differs from a Pinto (Pinto Association is a color registry)


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Quarter Horse

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Known for athleticism and cow sense

  • Named for the “Quarter Mile Race”


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Arabian

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Head has a characteristically dished profile

  • Stands between 14.2 and 15.2 hands


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Breeds of Light Horses Review

Palomino

  • What do you remember about this breed?

  • Color registry

  • Color is light to dark of a 14 karat gold U.S. coin

  • Mane and tail must be white




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Breeds of Light Horses Quiz

1. Palomino 2. Appaloosa

3. Morgan 4. Quarter Horse


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Breeds of Light Horses Quiz

5. Thoroughbred 6. Mustang

7. Arabian 8. Paint


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Light Horse Breeds Colors

1. Buckskin

2. Palomino

3. Red Roan

4. Blue Roan

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Light Horse Breeds Colors

5. Dappled Gray

6. Black

7. Bay

8. Chestnut

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Light Horse Breeds Colors

9. Sorrel

10. Dun

11. Pinto

12. Appaloosa

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Light Horse Breeds ColorsReview

1. Buckskin

2. Red Roan

3. Palomino

4. Blue Roan

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Light Horse Breeds ColorsReview

5. Bay

6. Dappled Gray

7. Black

8. Chestnut

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Light Horse Breeds ColorsReview

9. Sorrel

10. Pinto

11. Dun

12. Appaloosa

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Light Horse Breeds ColorsQuiz

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Light Horse Breeds ColorsQuiz

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Light Horse Breeds ColorsQuiz Answers

1. Blue Roan 2. Chestnut 3. Appaloosa

4. Sorrel 5. Bay 6. Buckskin


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Light Horse Breeds ColorsQuiz Answers

7. Red Roan 8. Pinto 9. Palomino

10. Dappled Gray 11. Dun 12. Black



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