Any Warmblood...they are very well tempered
There is no perfect horse breed for starters.It depends on how the horse acts.I am a professional horse trainer and I would say its best to choose an older horse that is trained well and knows what to do.
Palominos are not a breed of horse, they are meerly a color pattern. If you are looking for a good 'breed' of horse, first figure out what you want done with the horse. Ex. If you are looking for a horse to barrel race, a Percheron would not be your best choice (a quarter horse would be better suited). If you want a dressage horse, do not choose a Norwegian Fjord (go for a Freisan, Thoroughbred, or Cleveland bay)
I would think that would be the miniature horse.
I would say quarther horse but people have there opion there really isn't one breed of horse that is the safest
A pony becomes a horse at 14.2 hands high .Your horses height depends on its breed .it would depend on the breed of horse
The off spring would be 3/4 Quarter horse but would not be a breed. Actually, if the Quarab (QH x Arab) is registered with the Quarab horse registry and the QH/PH was registered as a PH, then you could register the offspring as Quarab or Painted Quarab (a Paint horse version of the Quarab. By the way, the registry of Quarabs has reasonable prices and you can look up it on the internet.
The breed of horse is the Tennessee Walking horse because preachers and families would ride the beautiful horses to church on Sundays
That would definitely be the American Quarter Horse.
I would say Hidalgo is a Mustang Paint Horse.
That would be the Curly horse.
An Arabian is a breed of horse but it was the first breed of horse every horse has a little bit of Arabian in it so if you say that Secretariat was a FULL throughbred that would be wrong he would have a little bit of Arabian in him
This would be difficult to list here, but this website has just about every horse breed known to mankind.
Well palomino is a color and not a true breed, so therefore it would depend more on the breed of horse, sex, age, height, bloodlines, and training that the horse has. You could get a palomino colored horse for most any price.
I think that would be the Cleveland bay horse.
a fresian horse. that would be its breed.
it would depend on what breed the horse/pony is, for example, a heavy horse breed will in most occasions be heavier than a pony but with a light weight horse breed there will be some pony breeds that are heavier. hope that helped :)
It really depends on the breed of the mare and stallion. Normally, the foal would just be a cross breed, but, for example, if you bred a quarter horse and an Arabian, the foal would be classed as a Quarab. Or, if you breed a warm blooded sport horse with an Irish Draught horse, the foal would be classed as an Irish Sport Horse. Hope this helps! :)
This would be an opinion question. Everyone has their favorite breed, and a horse that suits one person may not suit another.
You can name your horse what ever you would like. Something facny, or something smiple and cute. Its up to you. You can use color, breed, and looks woth helping you choose a name also.
That really depends on where you're from and where you live. In North America, likely the most famous breed of horse would be the American Mustang, followed by the American Quarter Horse. In the Middle East, the most famous breed would be the Arabian horse.
moragan m is the tallest horse!
The horse could be registered as a 1/2 Arab with the Arabian Horse Association. If the parents are approved for "warmblood" registration, the foal could be eligible.
It depends what breed of horse the horse is, Usally for a Pony it Would Be 2 People.
Yes technically he could but horses are smart enough to not do that as the foal would be mentally handicapped
ALL HORSES ARE DIFFERENT. There really is no one breed that is slowest, a horse in one breed could be slower than the next. However, some breeds have a reputation for being lazy. For example, almost every Paint horse I've ever met (including my own) have a particular laziness. ANYWAYS... in answer to your question, it would probably be (on average) some breed of pony.