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Breeds

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STEVE: Well, a warmblood is a horse that was derived in Europe, primarily, that took into consideration the sporting events of dressage and jumping primarily and the hunters — mostly dressage and jumping. They came from a mixture of draft … Continue reading

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Overall Energy

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ALEX: Overall energy of a horse depends on what kind of horse you have, and what you’re using them for. And we trained racehorses. They have to run fast every day. So we, at times, wanted horses that had a … Continue reading

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Disciplines (Trail Riding, English, Western)

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STEVE: The two major disciplines in riding are the Western discipline and the English. Western has been more westernized in the United States, and it is basically part of Americana history. It was based on the movement of cattle and … Continue reading

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