Tuesday, June 26, 2012

I got awarded by Jenny at http://readerofcreativity.blogspot.com/
Thanks Jenny.                         

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5 people to award:

Jonah from Jonahsfancy.blogspot.com

Emily from  http://emilyshoppinhotots.blogspot.com/

Danielle from http://www.loveliftedyouandme.blogspot.com/

Lizzie from http://myimaginaryhorse.blogspot.com/

Marrissa from  http://mildredcakes.blogspot.com/

Monday, June 11, 2012

Pictures Of Horses

Don Horses

The modern Don is still tough and strong with an independent character. It is bred in large numbers in the Steppes, where it can run free and needs little care from humans. These days the Don is mainly used for endurance riding, for which it is admirably suited. It is used to infuse stamina and hardiness into other breeds. Don Horses are usually brown, or chestnut but bay, black, and gray sometimes occur. Don Horses stand about 15 hands high.

Posted by Joanna

Orlov Trotter Horses

The Orlov Trotter is a strong, tough horse with a docile yet lively temperament. The Orlov Trotter is raced, and is also widely used as a farm horse. Orlov Trotter Horses are gray, black, and sometimes white or bay.
Orlov Trotter Horses Stand from 15 to 17 hands high.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Azteca Horses

The Azteca has the noble attitude and bearing of the Andalusian, with the docility, speed, and agility of the Quarter Horse and the toughness of the Criollo. The Azteca was created to provide an impressive, elegant Spanish/Latin-type horse for leisure riding and competition. a European-type warmblood or Thoroughbred type was specifically not wanted. The Andalusian ancestry of the Azteca is quite obvious. The neck is elegantly arched, substantial, and well muscled. The legs are fine and strong with good joints, muscular upper parts, and good riding pasterns and feet. The horse stands naturally square and proud. Azteca Horses stand from 14 to 15 hands high.

Posted by Joanna