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Horse & pony breeds

Jackie Budd.

by Jackie Budd

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Published by Gareth Stevens Publishing in Milwaukee, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Horse breeds -- Juvenile literature..,
  • Horses -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Ponies -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Horse breeds.,
  • Horses.,
  • Ponies.

  • About the Edition

    Highlights beautiful and unusual breeds of horses and ponies, from tough native ponies around the world to the heavy horses that pull their own weight for a living.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesHorse and pony breeds
    SeriesThe complete guides to horses and ponies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF291 .B78 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL684926M
    ISBN 100836820460
    LC Control Number97031767
    OCLC/WorldCa37651680

    This book will help every young horse enthusiast recognize and identify different horse and pony breeds from all over the world, with annotation and fact boxes to point out particular characteristics. Stunning photographs taken by horse photographer Bob Langrish capture each breed beautifully and will help readers distinguish one breed from. Intended for new and experienced pony enthusiasts, this book on horse and pony breeds is one of a series which covers all aspects of horsemanship from identifying breeds to what a pony eats, from grooming, veterinary care and riding techniques, to how to carry out the perfect dressage test.

    1 Title Imprint/Contents INTRODUCTION What is meant by a breed and a type; what is meant by hotblood, coldblood and warmblood; difference between a horse and a pony; a horse's origins and evolution. TYPES Horse types: hack, hunter, cob, harness horse, heavy horse. Pony types: native pony, show pony, part-bred ponies, working hunter. Horse & pony breeds. [Jackie Budd] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jackie Budd. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:

    This book talks about the history of horses, the anatomy of a horses, and more than different breeds. There's also a section Horses: The Definitive Catalog of Horse and Pony Breeds is a stunning book that any horse lover will want to read/5(3). Horse breeds originating in the United States‎ (3 C, 49 P) Horse breeds originating in Uzbekistan‎ (3 P) W Horse breeds originating in Wales‎ (2 P) This page was last edited on 22 September , at (UTC). Text is available under the Creative Commons.


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Horse & pony breeds by Jackie Budd Download PDF EPUB FB2

Grade An excellent overview of an international array of horse and pony breeds including many that may be unfamiliar to American children.

The book covers the majority of breeds in half-page treatments that feature at least a paragraph of commentary and a captioned side body, and a full-color photograph that points out conformation /5(2).

out of 5 stars A comprehensive, definitive guide to horse and pony breeds of the world that is the BEST breed book!. Reviewed in the United States on December 7, Holding this book in my hands gives a sense of nostalgia, as my own copy is very special and holds much by: 2.

Most horse-crazy people want to own a horse or pony of their own, and the second part of the book, Horse and Pony Care, opens with advice on buying, bearing in mind riding ability, time available for care and exercise and, most importantly, what activity you hope to pursue showing, dressage, driving or just riding for fun/5(9).

The Best Horse and Pony Breeds for Kids. Judith Draper has been a horse and pony enthusiast since she was a little girl, and she is an accomplished writer of books and articles about horses.

InJudith was named Equestrian Writer of the Year by the British Horse Society. She is also the author of Kingfisher's My First Horse and Pony Book/5(63). The Selle Français was created in when several French riding horse breeds were merged into one stud book.

The new breed was meant to serve as a unified sport horse during a period when horses were being replaced by mechanization and were transforming.

Learn more about horse breeds, face & leg markings, coat colors, gaits, tack & grooming tools and more with fun free horse & pony learning activities.

Expand your horse knowledge & improve horsemanship skills free horse & pony quizzes. The American Quarter Pony originated in the United States of America and was developed from the foundation bloodstock of the American Quarter makes the breed very similar to the horse breed. These little horses are known for their charming looks and.

Learn more about horse breeds, face & leg markings, coat colors, gaits, tack & grooming tools and more with fun free horse & pony learning activities. Expand your horse knowledge & improve horsemanship skills free horse & pony quizzes.

Here's a wealth of information about different horses and ponies, their origins, types, colors, and markings. Complemented by crisp color photographs, the text points out the differences between a Thoroughbred and a half-bred horse, describes the amazing variety of horse and pony breeds, and details many distinctive facial and other markings/5(21).

Improve your horsemanship skills with puzzles, games, crafts & activities that instruct and entertain with the Horses & Ponies Activity Book. Learn about horse & pony markings, grooming tools, types of tack, breeds, gaits and riding sports – plus get safety tips for working around horses and ponies.

One of the most popular pony breeds, the Pony of the Americas is an American-born cross between the Shetland Pony, the Appaloosa, and the Arabian. A POA must have a spotted coat visible from forty feet away. These versatile ponies are good-natured and easily trained and succeed in many disciplines.

Features: This app. is top free educational games - More than beautiful horse breeds with high quality pictures - You can add to bookmarks your favorites horse or pony wild animals - Search engine is by country of origin and common horses nicknames - Beautiful horse wallpapers HD - Here's a quiz for equestrian lovers (beautiful /5(61).

Other than horse breeds, there are also "types" of horses that do not belong to a breed witha stud book or pedigree.

A type is produced these days by crossing unregistered horses, orby crossing other breeds to get a horse or pony suited to a particular purpose. All horsebreeds were created from a certain type of horse or pony, then selective. This beautifully illustrated book profiles the most popular horse breeds, from the diminutive ponies and multitude of light horses to the eye-catching color breeds and gentle giant draft horses.

With descriptions of each breed, accompanied by exquisite photographs, this survey of horse breeds the world over constitutes an essential visual /5(9). This is a list of horse breeds usually considered to originate or have developed in Canada and the United States. Some may have complex or obscure histories, so inclusion here does not necessarily imply that a breed is predominantly or exclusively from those countries.

Check out our horse breeds book selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. Learn About Horse & Pony Breeds. There are many differently breeds of horses and ponies, and some are better suited for some jobs than others.

They are bred over time to have certain traits that help them to excel at certain jobs. Activity Book On Horsemanship For Kids. of the breed. This book is a good read for any horse lover.

Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews Sunflower. out of 5 stars The coloured horse and pony. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Decem /5(2).

However, the breed standard set by the UK Shetland Pony Stud-Book Society is a maximum of 42 inches ( cm). Except for some dwarf ponies, this makes Shetland ponies one of the smallest horse breeds in the world.

They Are Very Strong. Shetland. Thinking of acquiring a horse? Studying equine breeds and traits? Or simply curious about the magnificent creatures? This book, with profiles of one hundred horse, pony, and draft breeds, is the most comprehensive field guide to horses ever published.

Illustrated.However, individual breed registries usually are the arbiters of such debates, weighing the relative horse and pony characteristics of a breed. In some breeds, such as the Welsh pony, the horse-versus-pony controversy is resolved by creating separate divisions for consistently horse-sized animals, such as the "Section D" Welsh Cob.The Konik (Polish: konik polski or konik biłgorajski) or the Polish primitive horse is a small, semi-feral horse, originating in Polish word konik (plural koniki) is the diminutive of koń, the Polish word for "horse" (sometimes confused with kuc, kucyk meaning "pony").

However, the name "konik" or "Polish konik" is used to refer to certain specific breeds.