Marsh Tackie: Also known as the Carolina Marsh Tackies, this wild breed usually has a characteristic gray-brown color and a compact body. They live in the state of South Carolina – USA and currently exist 300 individuals. Dr. Sponenberg is also the one maintaining this breed. The Tacky muddy horse was used extensively in the former French colonies and originated from Spain. Currently, they have only about 500 and are on the brink of extinction.
American Saddle Horse: A Thoroughbred and Morgan cross breed. This is the kind of person that people often use for shows because of its noble, tall neck. Color is usually chestnut, brown or black; the face or legs often have white patches. It is about 1.5 m to 1.6 m high and weighs about 450 kg.
The Morgan Horse: is one of the early breeds to be bred in America. This horse breed has a relatively neat appearance, usually with black or chestnut color. This horse is descended from a black stallion named Justin Morgan in the late 18th century in Vermont. It used to be used to tow light wagons for people, later used as saddle horses and used on farms. Approximately 1.5 meters high and weighs about 500 kg. Usually pink, chestnut or black.
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