Appaloosa, Belgian Draft, Holsteiner, Quarter Horse ... These are just a few of the over 200 different horse breeds living around the world today. To find out more about 18 different breeds, go to this site at the American Museum of Natural History.
Learn all about the biology of the horse from this interactive exhibit from the American Museum of Natural History. See how a horse hears, smells, sees, runs, eats, etc. This exhibit shows you everything you'd want to know about how a horse functions.
The 65th anniversary Congress will take place August 7-11, 2012, at Expo Square in Tulsa, OK. The Congress is the longest continually running show of the American Shetland Pony Club, Inc., one of the oldest breed registries in the United States.
Paint Horses have a perfect name, because their coats look like the work of a mad artist. The names for the coat patterns are strange, too--tobiano, overo and tovero--but you can learn what the differences here.
Flashy and popular, roans come in every shade from red to black to yellow. You can spot one from a mile away. Classically a stunning silver color with a dark head and legs, the roan is a popular mount.