powerful

Hughie belongs to Domaine de Coudot in France. He also half-had the name of Pegasus when he was for sale in the USA, appropriate to this photograph in which he seems to be hovering, if not flying. This shot belongs to Domaine de Coudot.

Start them young

Baby king and i. this is so sweet! and the cool thing is at alot of my horse shows you would really see these lil tykes :) Sometimes they would braid their ponies tails and curl their hair or color it pink or who knows.

beautiful

Color of Fame. an INCREDIBLE pinto Saddlebred stallion. so stunning, that he looks almost surreal!

Stable interior love the loft

love the loft seating over/between the stalls - would love that to be the office, not the plywood though DC Building interior

Belgian draft horses

Belgian draft horses-Ken and Mac were my favourite growing up.

Mare & Foal… Those markings really inherited from one generation to the next....

Another Paint mother and foal. I cannot get over their markings. She's quite the beauty and looks like her baby will be just the same.

Mare & Foal… Those markings really inherited from one generation to the next....

Another Paint mother and foal. I cannot get over their markings. She's quite the beauty and looks like her baby will be just the same.

:) Adorable

An albino horse! Just one of our 14 Fascinating Photos of Albino Animals :)

Cowboy Magic likes Odysseus…a stunning foal…of amazing color only one week… Photo by Mystical Photography…  http://www.facebook.com/cowboymagic

Cowboy Magic likes Odysseus…a stunning foal…of amazing color only one week… Photo by Mystical Photography

Tallest horse: Priefert's Radar, a Belgium Draft Horse with Thumbalina the worlds smallest horse

Radar, at from hoof to shoulder, is from Mount Pleasant, Texas. At he has a giant appetite to match, putting away 20 gallons of water a day and of grain.

Akhal Teke

A breed from Turkmenistan, where it is a national emblem. It has a reputation for speed and endurance, intelligence, and a distinctive metallic sheen, giving it the nickname the 'Golden Horse'.

Photo from: Golden Horse The horses of the Akhal-teke breed

The horses of the Akhal-teke breed shimmer of their coat. They are thoroughbreds (like English thoroughbreds and Arabians) and originate from Turkmenistan. The breed is thought to be over 2000 years old and is one of the very earliest horse breeds known.

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