You may know your dogs and cats but do you know your horses?

Most of the people have no idea the amount of species horses have. Like dogs, cats and so many others, horses aren’t a single kind, they come in many shapes.

This is the Turkmene horse, a sub specie from the Turkish Akhal-Teke.
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Morgan, one of the first breeds raised in the United States.
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The beautiful Gypsy horse.
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The amazing Frisean, typical horse of the Netherlands.
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Haflinger or Avelignese, Alps horse, breed developed in Southern Austria and the Sud Tirol/Ticino, in Northern Italy.
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For the Dalmatian dog lovers, there’s the equivalent for horses, with over 25000 years of known existence.
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