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Horses and other equines are available for sale from farms, ranches, and breeders. If you are looking to purchase an animal from the horse family, it is important to be familiar with the different animals available. Below are popular horse and equine terms to know if you plan to buy an animal for sale from a breeder.

  • Mule – Mules are bread from female horses and male donkeys. They are typically infertile, though some females can reproduce. Mules are usually smaller than horses, but stronger relative to their size with greater endurance. When a stallion breeds with a female donkey, the offspring is called a hinny.
  • Dressage – Dressage is an equestrian sport that focuses on intensely training horses to respond to gracefully a rider’s subtle direction.
  • Equines – An equine is a type of animal that belongs to the horse family, including horses, donkeys, and zebras. Animals from two different equine species can breed to form hybrids like mules, hinnies, and zebroids.
  • Thoroughbred – A Thoroughbred is a type of horse bread for racing. They are known to be fast and agile. In order to be registered as Thoroughbred for the purposes of racing, a horse has to be a pureblood born as a result of natural mating.
  • Pony – A pony is a breed of horse that only grows to a small size. Sometimes foals, or baby horses, are confused with ponies. However, a pony remains small as an adult horse, while a foal may continue to grow into a large horse.
  • Show Jumping – Show jumping is an equestrian sport in which horses are trained to jump hurdles of varying heights and lengths along a course.
  • Stable – A stable is a structure where horses are kept. They are often located at farms, equestrian schools, racing tracks, and on private property.
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    Horse Lovers United, Inc.
    P.o. Box 2744, Salisbury, MD 21802
    Assistance with: finding new homes for unwanted equines, retirement, cruelty investigation, education for horse owners. Volunteer opportunities.
    (410) 749-3599
    6 Espoma Rd, Millville, NJ 08332
    Sani-Care is an all-natural animal bedding product, manufactured using a blend of NIH approved premium hardwoods that includes beech, birch and maple.
    (800) 634-0603
    Equesthunter Stables
    10373 George Washington Memori, Gloucester, VA 23061
    Our stable offers full service equines boarding, training and a lesson facility. When you want the best horse training around, get in touch with us today. We offer the best lessons and care for your horses.
    (804) 694-4875
    Teague Inc
    1001 Bloomfield Dr, Harrington, DE 19952
    (302) 424-2392
    Sea Horse Farm
    27 Taylor Ln, Cape May, NJ 08204
    (609) 884-5354
    Sanzo Matt
    32 Grays Rd, Harwood, MD 20776
    (410) 867-6620
    Timbuktu Arabian Horse Farm
    5745 Cues Favorite Pl, Waldorf, MD 20602
    (301) 934-5664
    Marlboro Horse Farm LLC
    2402 Manor Gate Ter, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
    (301) 952-0962
    His Lordship's Kindness Horse Farm
    7606 Woodyard Rd, Clinton, MD 20735
    (301) 868-5866
    Marlyn Meadown Arabians
    839 Bayview Rd, Middletown, DE 19709
    (302) 378-8642
    Select Breeders Service
    961 Cayots Corner Rd, Chesapeake City, MD 21915
    (410) 885-3202
    Katherine Voss
    3600 Laurel Fort Meade Rd, Laurel, MD 20724
    (410) 880-4734
    Champion Brush
    811 Rolyn Ave, Rosedale, MD 21237
    (410) 325-7000
    Springfield Hor
    4008 Schroeder Ave, Perry Hall, MD 21128
    (410) 256-6633
    Just for Ponies
    4048 Wilkinson Rd, Havre De Grace, MD 21078
    (410) 734-9367

    Horses and equine dressage are available for sale all over the world. There are many different breeds of horses, and many of these stallions and mares are trained to race and jump in shows and competitions. As you may know, horses and small foals are typically kept in stables on equestrian properties and farms. While some people ride these animals for fun and leisure, while others breed mares and thoroughbred horses to sell them. These animals require proper grooming, veterinarian care, a stable, and dressage like reins and a saddle. There are all kinds of pony and horse breeds that people ride and care for. Since the health of these animals is important, many pony and foal owners take their horses to a vet hospital for regular check-ups and shots. As for dressage and equine supplies for these animals, some common items needed are tacks for their horseshoes, a brush for grooming their hair, reins for controlling the horse while riding, and a rope for keeping the mare or stallion secure in a stable. While some horses are domesticated animals, others are very wild. A lot depends on the breed of the animal, and how it was raised. As you may know, you can teach a horse how to wear a saddle, race around a track, and even jump over obstacles in a show. It is not difficult to gather more facts and details pertaining to horses and equine supplies or dressage for sale. Check and see if there are dealers in your area to contact. Do additional research online to find out even more information.
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