Which horse breeds do cattle work?
Most of the American stock horse breeds are used for cattle work, including the Quarter Horse, the Paint Horse, the Appaloosa, and various cross-breeds of them.
In theory, any breed can work cattle, but the stock horse breeds are known for their "cow sense." Andalusians are highly prized in some regions for their bravery and cow sense.
There really is no such thing as a "worse" horse breed or breeds, just like there are no best horse breeds either. Worst really depends on what you are referring to as the worst, like with ranching, show jumping, for draft work, horse racing, for beginners or just as a leisure horse. Besides, there are more variations in temperament within breeds than there is between breeds.
Typically the quarter horse is the most popular cutting (cattle working horse) however almost any breed can be train to do such work just as any horse can be trained to do any discipline. Llamas are not a breed of horse but are related to the camel Horse Isle- Andalusian Edit: The Quarter horse is known for working cattle in North America. The Criollo is used in South America. The Andalusian and Lusitanos are used…
Hopefully mean breeds of all the cows. Here is a URL to a number of the breeds of cattle in the world. http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/cattle/ There are currently hundreds of breeds of cattle worldwide, though not all of them are have recognized breed associations. Some are purebred and others are hybrids of two or more different breeds.
No, it's a 'type' of horse or describes a horse used for cattle work. Like a border collie's instinct to herd sheep, some horses have that same instinct for cattle. It is most commonly seen in certain bloodlines within the Quarter Horse breed. Some Arabians and Thoroughbreds have this cattle sense also.