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Published on Dec 8, 2013

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The palomino is an equine color with golden mane and tail white silvery characteristic of the American races. The cream gene is causing this layer. It's a gene dominant incomplete, which means that when there is only one causes the disappearance of about 50% of pigment red.

Huge horse is a mammal Perissodactyla domesticated family of horses. It is a herbivore solípedo large size, long neck arched, populated by long mane. Huge female horse is called a mare and calves, foals or foals if they are male, and fillies or fillies if they are females. The horse breeding and use by humans is known as equine livestock or horses, and their domestication dates back some 3600 years to. C., in the region of Kazakhstan.

Several findings in caves in Europe indicate that the horse was a very abundant animal during the stone age in that continent found enough remains of skeletons of horses in and around these caves as to claim that they were consumed by humans. The number of horses declined in the Neolithic, when Europe was covered by forests mostly. Found remains of the Bronze Age, mouths and spare harnesses, showing that the horse was domesticated at this time. This allowed domestication centuries later, after the discovery of America, that the horses were reintroduced by Spanish conquistadors in the continent that saw them emerge.

The height of horses, as in other quadrupeds, measured to the withers, where are the blades, ie the point where the neck meets the back on the horse. Is chosen as the reference point for being a stable height can not increase or decrease as the head or neck.

The largest specimen ever recorded horse named Mammoth, probably was a shire, born in 1848. It measured 220 cm and an estimated weighed 1500 kg. 16th Horse brand which currently holds the lower height is called Thumbelina is an adult miniature horse affected by dwarfism. It measures 43 cm tall and weighs 27 kg.

Huge horses show a wide variety of colors and distinctive markings layer, leading to broad descriptive specialized vocabulary. Often before a horse is classified by the color of their layer by race or sex. Horses of the same color layer can be distinguished by some private label distributed throughout their bodies, which together with mottled patterns are inherited separately from coat color.

In the wild, horses are prey to predators and therefore have strong instincts of flight and defense. Huge horses are difficult to handle if separated from the group, but with training, learn to accept human companionship, and so they feel separated from other horses like.


They have an average life of 25 to 40 years in captivity and in the wild they live around 25 years. The inclination of the incisors increases over time and used to determine the age of the horse. It is normal that in any case more live. Not reach maturity until 4 years when they stop being colts (fillies if they are females), at this age they begin to tame and ride. At 4 years are considered adult horses and tend to calm down. A healthy horse can be ridden well into their 20s.

The gallop is the fastest air, but the horse runs out before and has no respiratory independence. The maximum speed reaches a galloping horse is 65 km / h.

Huge Horses are able to sleep both standing and lying. Huge Horses can have a light sleep standing, because they can block the stifle joint without having to hold your weight with muscles.

Huge horses that have passed to posterity because of their famous owners, between history and literature, are the following: Rocinante (horse of Don Quixote de la Mancha ), Babieca (the El Cid ), Bucephalus (the of Alexander the Great ), Incitatus (of Caligula ), Strategos (from Hannibal ), Marengo (of Napoleon ), seven leagues (of Pancho Villa ), Palomo (of Simón Bolívar ), As de Oros (of Emiliano Zapata ), Othar (of Attila ) Lazlos (of Muhammad ), Sire (from Julius Caesar ). Mythology also made ​​several famous horses like Pegasus to Bellerophon, Xanthus and Balius of Achilles, the mares of Diomedes and the Trojan horse.

The Haflinger is a mountain horse, which today primarily as a robust recreational horse used for riding. Officially one of the Haflinger pony breeds or Small breeds of horses. The first cloned horse, Prometea, is of this breed. Even today, the Haflinger is still used worldwide as a pack animal for the supply of remote mountain huts or in different armies. It is used as horse skidding in steep or soft forest areas and serves as an agricultural workhorse on farms whose fields are too steep for the economic use of tractors. This application area is very limited.

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