The most popular horse in North America is the American Quarter horse with the largest breed registry in the world. I would suggest that you do very careful reseach before thinking of starting a horse farm in todays market. There is a glut of horses and the prices for horses are at historically low values.
The Spanish Jennet horse is a small horse that is best known for its smooth gait. The breed comes in every equine coat color except gray.
A: The best breed for racing is a Thoroughbred!
My first horse was an arabian named All about me and she was the best. get an arabian. There is no one 'best' breed for a first horse. In reality you shouldn't even be concerned about the breed in the beginning. You should be more concerned with if the horse is overall suitable for you and your goals, things like breed should be considered last.
There doesn't seem to be a 'Best' breed of horse, it just doesn't exist, a horse is a horse, you cant get a best horse, unless you train and give it lessons to the max, just pick a good horse you like, I suggest. :)
It REALLY depends on what you plan to use the horse for.
The Cob Is Great But Throughbreds Are Best .
All horse breeds can be great, but all have their differences. Best Western breed would most likely be the Quarter Horse and best English breed most likely Dutch Warmblood, or any Warmblood.
a miniature horse is a great carting breed and there ya go folks
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.
There is no one "best" breed, they all have their merits and downfalls.
This is a matter of opinion, so there is no answer for this. To me, the Tennessee Walking horse, or the Quarter horse, or the Mustang or the Appaloosa is the best. However, other people may think the Thoroughbred or the Arabian is the best. It is up to you and your experience with a breed that determines which one you veiw as the "best"
The Arabian horse was bred specifically for endurance in the desert.
an appendix, quarter horse or a appaloosa and a palomino
All breeds of horse are equally the best. There is no one breed that is any better than the other.
The best type of horse to have as a pet depends on what you want to do with the horse. If you simply want a companion animal that can maybe pull a small cart, then a miniature horse, Shetland pony, or another breed of small pony is usually the best and most economical. If you want something that can be ridden then a medium sized pony on upwards to large draft horses can fill this role.
It all depends on the horses personality. But the best horse for beginners is the American Quarter Horse. They are a very intelligent breed and are known for their sweet personality's.
There is no "best" breed of horse. Different horses are good at different things. Quarter horses are best at racing short distances, Thoroughbreds are best at racing longer distances, Arabians are best at endurance, and Standardbreds are the best harness racers. No horse is the "best" breed. You have to see what's right for what you want to do with them. Also, don't pick a horse because of its breeding/lineage. Its the heart that counts! : )
the breed doesn't really matter...the height of the horse matters.
It depends on the training of the horse and what event.
It is not so much the breed of horse that is going to determine what is best for new horse owners, but the temperament and experience level of the horse. It depends on what you want the horse to do: jumping, dressage, reining, pleasure, companion, etc. as well. Look for not a specific breed, but inserted a calm horse that is well trained and suited for what you want to do.
I have Chinese hamsters, which are a good breed; they're small and not jumpy.
I would use a thoroughbred cross with a horse that is good at jumping