The Neapolitan horse

Neapolitan horse

The Neapolitan Horse, also known as Cavallo (Itallian), Napoletano, Neapolitano or Napolitano, is a horse breed that originated in the plains between Naples and Caserta, in the Campania region of Italy, but which may have been bred throughout the Kingdom of Naples. The Neapolitan horse »»

Horse Names Starting with M

Here is a list of horse names starting with M. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse Names Starting with M »»

Horse Names starting with J

Here is a list of horse names starting with J. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse Names starting with J »»

American Miniature Horse

Miniature Horse

The American Miniature Horse is a small, sound, well-balanced horse, that is the product of nearly 400 years of selected breeding. American Miniature Horse »»

Tony Stromberg, horse artist and author

Tony Stromberg, horse photographer

Tony Stromberg is well known these days for his photograpy of horses, but for two decades, Tony Stromberg made his mark as a very successful advertising photographer.

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Camargue Pony

Camargue

The Camargue Pony lives in a harsh climate in the Rhone delta of southern France. They are able to survive on salty reeds and rough grass. Camargue Pony »»

Horse names starting with E

Here is a list of horse names starting with E. Click on the linked names for history and meaning of these horse names. Horse names starting with E »»

The Galloway pony

Galloway Pony

The Galloway pony is an extinct horse breed, once native to Scotland and northern England. It was said to have “good looks, a wide, deep chest and a tendency to pace rather than trot.” In the 18th century Galloways were bred in Swaledale, to haul lead ore. They were also used as mounts for boarder raids and later by cattle drovers for herding their stock.
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