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Animal World References - Horse Breeds

Draft Horse Breeds ~ Light Horse Breeds ~ Pony Breeds

Book References

  1. Bonnie L. Hendricks, Anthony Austen Dent , International Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds, University of Oklahoma Press, (1995) 2007
  2. Judith Dutson, Storey's Illustrated Guide to 96 Horse Breeds of North America, Storey Publishing, LLC, 2005
  3. Corinne Clark, A Pocket Guide to Horses and Ponies , Parragon Inc., 2007
  4. Carol Foster, The Complete Book of the Horse, Parragon Inc., 2007
  5. Maria Costantino, The Handbook of Horse Breeds, Barns and Noble, 2004
  6. John Diedrich, The Clydesdale Horse, Capstone Press: Mankato, Minnesota. 2005
  7. Susan E. Harris, The United States Pony Club Manual of Horsemanship: C Level, Howell Book House, 1995
  8. Ruth B. James, DVM, How To Be Your Own Veterinarian (Sometimes), Alpine Press, 1990
  9. Byford, Sharon, The Arabian: A Guide For Owners, Alpine Publications: Loveland, Colorado, 1987
  10. Mellin, Jeanne, The Morgan Horse Handbook, Penguin, 1980
  11. Brenda Dalton, The Caspian Horse, J. A. Allen, 2000
  12. Elwyn Hartley Edwards and Candida Geddes, The Complete Horse Book, Trafalgar Square Publishing, 1991
  13. Donald Braider, The Life, History and Magic of the Horse, New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1977

Miscellaneous References:

  1. American Shire Horse Association
  2. Percheron Horse Association of America
  3. The American Paint Horse Association, Fort Worth, Texas, 2008
  4. Shire Horse Society,
  5. American Saddlebred Horse Association, Inc.
  6. International Andalusian Lusitano Horse Association
  7. Cynthia A. McCall, Prof. Auburn University, Light Horse Breed Types and Uses, ACES Publications, 2006
  8. Draft horse, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
  9. Rebecca Pennington, Warmbloods, Sonesta Farms, 2002
  10. Pony Breeds of the World, Equine Tourism - Ek & Worldwide
  11. Pony, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
  12. Andalusian horse”, Wikipedia
  13. Lipizzan”, Wikipedia
  14. Lusitano”, Wikipedia
  15. All About The Appaloosa, Cheap Pet Store, Inc., 2007
  16. Thoroughbred", Wikipedia
  17. History of the Miniature Horse and General Care of Miniatures, The Miniature
  18. Miniature Horse Health Care, USA Miniature Horse
  19. Frequently Asked Questions About the Morgan Horse, American Morgan Horse Association
  20. Dutch Warmblood”, Wikipedia
  21. Friesian Care and Health”, Friesian Crazy
  22. Friesian horse”, Wikipedia
  23. The Canadian Sport Horse Association, Richmond, Ontario, Canada
  24. Ms. Gene Gilbert, Enterprise Farms, Los Angeles, CA
  25. The Caspian Horse Society of America
  26. Kristull Ranch - Chuck & Francie Stull, Bowling Green KY
  27. The American Haflinger Horse Association, Akron, Ohio 1997
  28. Haflinger Horse Breeders Association of Tyrol, Haflinger Pferdezuchtverband Tirol, Schloßallee 31,  A-6341 Ebbs
  29. USDF(United States Dressage Federation) Connection, September 2007 Edition
  30. Iberian Warmblood Registry 1998 Iberian Warmblood registry International, LLC Onalaska, WA
  31. The United States Icelandic Congress, © 2002-2008 USIHC
  32. International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations, © 1995-2008 FEIF
  33. Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association, Georgetown, KY 1999
  34. American Trakehner Association, Newark, Ohio
  35. National Show Horse Registry, Louisville, KY
  36. National Show Horse, Oklahoma State University Animal Science Dept., Stilwater OK 1995
  37. Indigenous Horse Society of India,, Rajasthan, India
  38. Indigenous Horse Society of India, Dundlod House, Civil Lines, Jaipur India
  39. Mr. Manoj Danwar, BABA Marwari Horse Breeding Farm, AC-174, Salt Lake City, Calcutta, West Bengal, India, Pin-700064
  40. The Kentucky Horse Park Parade of Breeds, Lexington, KY
  41. International Sporthorse Registry/ Oldenburg Registry of North America (ISR/OLD NA)
  42. National Fjord Horse Registry (NFHR), October 2006 Minnesota Equestrian Center, Winona Minnesota
  43. United States Dressage Federation (USDF Connection), September 2007
  44. Westfalen Horse Association
  45. The Selle Francais, Encyclopedia, 2003
  46. North American Selle Francais Association, Inc.
  47. Swedish Warmblood Association of North America, Socorro, New Mexico, 2003
  48. Swedish Warmblood Zone, 2003
  49. Welsh Pony and Cob Foundation, Winchester, VA
  50. Chincoteague Pony Association, Chincoteague, VA, 1994
  51. The National Chincoteague Pony Association, 1198 Bellingham, WA
  52. Nelson, Mary G., Equine Recurrent Uveitis: Information for the Horse Owner
  53. Pony of the Americas Club: “Breed History,” “Characteristics,” and “Showing Guidelines”, Winchester, VA
  54. “Night Blindness (CSNB), The Appaloosa Project, 2007-2008
  55. American Connemara Pony Society
  56. “Connemara pony", Wikipedia


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