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The Myostatin Gene in Quarter Horses and it’s Influence on Training

Did you know that the genetic makeup of horses shows up not only in their coloring and personality – but…

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Scotland’s iconic Clydesdale horse

Born and bred in Scotland, Clydesdales have travelled far and wide, writes MATHILDE GREGOIRE. There’s no mistaking a Clydesdale! Their…

A Labor Of Lipizzaner Love

Many people are surprised to learn that the world-famous Lipizzaner horse comes from Slovenia, instead of Austria, near the village…

Breed Spotlight: The Friesian

Few breeds possess the elegance and awe-inspiring movements that Friesians have. For many, the majestic gaits of the breed, coupled…

Breed Feature: The Warlander

Ask the average person if they know what a Warlander is, and their answer could be anything from a strong…

Breed Feature: The Cleveland Bay

If you’re looking for a strong, resilient, long-lived and versatile horse with a kind temperament, you’re likely to meet your…

Rare Horse Breeds: Stunning Southern Italian Horse Breeds You May Have Never Heard Of

Horses have been the backbone to many civilisations. When the Etruscans first populated the fertile countryside around Capua, Italy, they arrived…

Horse Colour Genetics 101: Part 2

Welcome to the world of champagne, pearl, and white as CHRISTINE ARMISHAW dives even deeper into fancy coat colours in…

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Breed Feature: The Standardbred

Raising The Standard In bygone days, the Standardbred was often regarded as the Thoroughbred’s inferior cousin. But times have changed…

Horse Colour genetics 101: Part 1

Ever wondered why your horse is the colour they are? In the first of a two-part series, CHRISTINE ARMISHAW dives…

Breed Feature: The Holsteiner

Originating in Germany, the Holsteiner is believed to be one of the oldest existing Warmblood breeds. AMANDA MAC investigates their remarkable story. Read their history from war horse to carriage horse to elite international athlete.

Breed Feature: The Icelandic Horse

Don’t call me pony! They may be small, but the Icelandic is always referred to as a horse – and…

Harnessing the Clydesdale: The big, the bold and the beautiful

Liz Lewis’s fascination with horses goes back as far as she can remember, and her passion didn’t wane as she…

Breed Feature: The Bodacious Baroque Horse

If you’ve seen the 1989 cult classic Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, you ™ll know that bodacious ™ is a…

Big presence in a pony package

If you love cute and sassy over might and power, a smaller version of the elegant show hack may very…

The Birth of an Icon

One of the most versatile breeds in the world, the Australian Stock Horse has earned a truly remarkable place both…

Breed Focus: The small but mighty Fallabella

The Falabella miniature horse rarely exceeding eight hands, but despite their tiny size AMANDA MAC was intrigued to learn that you never…

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