Best race horses in the world (Part 3)

White Akhal – Teke horse

Its galloping speed is extremely fast and is very resistant to endurance. According to legend, Emperor Han Wuy offers a generous reward to anyone who can find him a purebred blood horse, Akhal – Teke completely meets this requirement, but this horse is hard to live at. sue China and thus cannot live long.

Andalusian horse

Andalucia, known as purebred Spanish horse, rooted from the Iberian Peninsula. With the power of a war horse, Andalucia is greatly appreciated by the Spanish nobility. The Andalusian horse is silvery-gray in color, although not beautiful, but runs very well

The breed is compact, elegant but strong in shape, thick mane and long tail. The color is mostly gray. Andalucia is very intelligent, sensitive and obedient.

Quarter horse

The breed’s name comes from the fact that they are always used to race 1/4 mile races. Quarter is mixed with pure horses and Spanish horses.

Some of these stallions can reach speeds of up to 88km / h. This breed is faster than Thoroughbred in short races but not as tough.

Quarter is from 1.5 to 1.6m high and weighs 450kg, chest wide, short neck, horsehair usually only one color. Currently this breed is often used for animal husbandry.

Arabian horse

This is the oldest and most influential horse in the world. It excels in noble beauty. Remarkably, it is almost impossible to recognize the junction between the head and neck of this precious horse. As a result, no other horse line is able to turn its head perfectly when reaching the maximum speed like Arabian horses. That is just one of many examples.

The stable and courageous Marengo horse of Napoleon is the Arabian horse. The Barb of North African warriors is second only to the Arabian breed of age for thoroughbredness. This type comes from Marocco, with the important feature of very high stamina, suitable for hot battle during the day or cold at night in the desert.

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