Thoroughbred Horse Breeds information
A Thoroughbred horse is a purebred horse. It is known for its racing capabilities. It is mainly originated in England. Thoroughbred horses are a hot-blooded horse. They are known for their anthropocentric, spiritual and speediness.
Origination of Thoroughbred Horse Facts
Thoroughbred horses are breeding in England in 17th to 18th Century. Breeders are doing cross-breeding of a Native mare with the stallion which is imported from the Arabian, Barb, and Turkoman.
A thoroughbred horse is spreading out in the whole world. The studbook is registering approximately 100000 foals in all around the world.
|Equus ferus caballus|
Country of origin
|Maximum 173 cm|
|Maximum 1000 pounds|
|Thin Body structure
Well muscular body
Slopped powerful shoulders
Silky hair on body
Roan, Black, Gray, Brown, Dark bay, and chestnut
White marks on leg and face
Combined training dressage
Thoroughbred Horse Price
|500$ to 25,000$|
They are holding maximum 173 cm they are 1000 pounds weighted. They are holding different color such as Bay, dark bay, brown, chestnut, black and gray. In the United States, they are holding two different colors such as roan and palomino. They are having white marks on face and legs.
They are having a thin body, dense chest, flat but well muscled. They are keeping more powerful slopped shoulders. They are having a silk hair coat on their body. They have long forearm. They are holding flat muscle, but they are very powerful.