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Oct 21 2010
1 Thoroughbred 3779
2 Arabian horse 2082
3 Mustang (horse) 1835
4 Przewalski's Horse, also known as Takhi, Mongolian Wild Horse or Asian Wild Horse. (Species, not a "breed" but listed here for convenience) 1816
5 American Quarter Horse 1648
6 Draft horse or Draught horse 1330
7 Clydesdale (horse) 1329
8 Appaloosa 1293
9 Friesian horse 951
10 Andalusian horse some bloodlines also called Pura Raza Española (PRE) or Pure Spanish-bred 935
11 Lipizzan or Lipizzaner 892
12 Palomino 874
13 Shire horse 832
14 Miniature horse 816
15 American Paint Horse 815
16 Morgan horse 729
17 Warmblood, a group of Sport horse breeds developed for modern Dressage and other Olympic disciplines, including the Dutch Warmblood, Hanoverian (horse), Swedish Warmblood, Westphalian (horse), etc. 709
18 Tennessee Walking Horse <!--this is the title of the actual article, do not edit unless they redirect the article (AGAIN), please don't make a double redirect!--> 706
19 Tarpan subspecies 671
20 Percheron 652
21 Feral horse, a horse living in the wild, but descended from once-domesticated ancestors. Most "wild" horses today are actually feral. The only true wild (never domesticated) horse in the world today is the Przewalski's horse. 648
22 Hack, a basic riding horse, particularly in the UK, also includes Show hack horses used in competition. 599
23 Pinto horse 593
24 Icelandic horse 571
25 Shetland pony 540
26 American Saddlebred 442
27 White (horse). Some of these animals are registered in the United States with the American creme and white horse registry, which was once called an "Albino" registry until it was understood that true albino does not exist in horses. (see White (horse) and Dominant white for details) 440
28 Standardbred horse 437
29 Belgian (horse) 399
30 Akhal-Teke 399
31 Brumby 392
32 Buckskin (horse) 379
33 Paso Fino 361
34 Destrier or "Great Horse" 338
35 Gypsy Vanner horse, sometimes called "Coloured Cob" 335
36 Barb (horse) 330
37 Haflinger (horse) 326
38 Hanoverian (horse) 311
39 Chincoteague Pony 305
40 Lusitano 294
41 Gaited horse, term used to describe any of a number of breeds with an intermediate speed four-beat ambling gait, including the Tennessee Walker, Paso Fino, and many others. 290
42 Fjord horse also called Norwegian Fjord Horse 262
43 Dutch Warmblood 237
44 Marwari horse 216
45 Palfrey 216
46 Canadian Horse 207
47 American Warmblood 207
48 Trakehner 207
49 Connemara pony 192
50 Konik 181
51 Holsteiner (horse) 180
52 Campolina 180
53 Azteca (horse) 178
54 Kiger Mustang 177
55 Heck horse 175
56 American Cream Draft 172
57 Sport horse or Sporthorse, includes any breeds suitable for use in assorted international competitive disciplines governed by the FEI. 172
58 Iberian horse, encompassing horse and pony breeds developed in the Iberian peninsula, including the Andalusian, Lusitano and others. 168
59 Anglo-Arabian 167
60 Irish Sport Horse 165
61 Suffolk Punch 162
62 Missouri Fox Trotter 160
63 Finnhorse, or Finnish Horse 157
64 Rocky Mountain Horse 156
65 Spanish Mustang 154
66 Courser (horse) 150
67 Irish Draught, also spelled Irish Draft 148
68 Jennet, sometimes called Spanish Jennet 148
69 Camargue (horse) <!--p. 199 --> 146
70 Stock horse, heavily-muscled riding horses of several different breeds, suitable for working cattle. Not to be confused with the breed Australian Stock Horse 138
71 Cleveland Bay 134
72 Cob (horse) 130
73 Curly Horse 129
74 Oldenburg (horse), also spelled Oldenburgh 127
75 Peruvian Paso, sometimes called Peruvian Stepping Horse 126
76 Ardennes (horse), or Ardennais 125
77 Australian Stock Horse 124
78 Baroque horse, includes heavily muscled, powerful, yet agile Classical dressage breeds such as the Lipizzaner, Friesian, Andalusian, and Lusitano. 121
79 Abyssinian (horse) 119
80 Sorraia 118
81 Waler horse, also known as Waler or Australian</br> Waler 107
82 Criollo (horse), also spelled Crioulo 105
83 Hackney (horse) 102
84 Rouncey 101
85 Tiger Horse 99
86 Kathiawari 97
87 Westphalian (horse) 95
88 Sable Island Pony 95
89 Nokota horse 94
90 Racking horse 92
91 Black Forest Horse, also called Black Forest cold blood or Schwarzwälder Kaltblut 91
92 Knabstrup 91
93 Abtenauer 90
94 Spotted Saddle horse 89
95 Albanian (horse) 88
96 Belgian Warmblood (includes Belgian Half-blood) 87
97 Carolina Marsh Tacky 87
98 Florida Cracker Horse 84
99 Heavy warmblood, heavy carriage and riding horses, predecessors to the modern warmbloods, several old-style breeds still in existence today. 83
100 Riwoche horse 81
101 Nez Perce Horse 78
102 Pottok 76
103 Russian Heavy Draft 76
104 Ferghana horse 76
105 Hackney pony 71
106 Hungarian Warmblood 71
107 Morab 71
108 Colonial Spanish Horse, the original Jennet-type horse brought to North America, now with a number of modern descendants with various breed names. 70
109 Dutch harness horse 70
110 Polo pony, a horse used in the sport of polo, not actually a pony, usually a full-sized horse, often a Thoroughbred. 70
111 Danish Warmblood 69
112 Altai (horse) 69
113 Misaki 69
114 Bavarian Warmblood 68
115 Colorado Ranger 68
116 Karabakh horse also known as Azer At 66
117 Aegidienberger 66
118 Dutch Heavy Draft 65
119 Kladruber 64
120 Nonius (horse) 63
121 Ostfriesen and Alt-Oldenburger 63
122 Neapolitan horse 62
123 Namib Desert Horse 62
124 Irish Hobby 62
125 Budyonny (horse) or Budenny 62
126 Pony of the Americas 61
127 Mangalarga Marchador 61
128 Swedish Warmblood 61
129 Gelderland (horse) 60
130 Don, see Russian Don 60
131 Australian Draught Horse 60
132 Wielkopolski 59
133 Blazer horse 59
134 Oriental horse, referring to the "hot-blooded" breeds descended from the Oriental prototype under the "Four Foundations" theory, below. 58
135 Anglo-Norman horse 58
136 Newfoundland pony 57
137 French Trotter 57
138 AraAppaloosa, also called Ara-Appaloosa, Arappaloosa or Araloosa 57
139 Galloway pony 57
140 Walkaloosa 56
141 Nangchen horse 56
142 Shagya Arabian 56
143 Camarillo White Horse 56
144 Asturcon 54
145 Indian Half-Bred 54
146 Boulonnais horse 54
147 Yonaguni (horse) 53
148 Noriker horse, also called Pinzgauer 52
149 Chilean Horse 52
150 Mountain and moorland or "M&M" is a general term which covers several breeds of pony native to the British Isles. 52
151 American Walking Pony 50
152 Breton (horse), or Trait Breton 50
153 Russian Trotter 50
154 Quarab 49
155 Canadian Pacer 49
156 Friesian Sporthorse (a type of Friesian cross) 49
157 Brandenburger 48
158 Yakutian horse 48
159 Grade horse, a term used to describe a horse of unknown or mixed breed parentage. 47
160 Narragansett Pacer 46
161 Ban'ei 45
162 Sardinian (horse), also known as Sardinian Anglo-Arab 45
163 Virginia highlander 45
164 National Show Horse 45
165 Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse 44
166 Poitevin (horse) also called Mulassier 44
167 Czech warm blood 44
168 Mangalarga 44
169 Dales Pony 42
170 Murgese 42
171 Maremmano 42
172 Chapman horse 42
173 Mecklenburger 41
174 Italian Heavy Draft 41
175 Swiss Warmblood 40
176 Rhenish-German Cold-Blood also known as Rhineland</br> Heavy Draft 40
177 Latvian (horse) 40
178 Yili horse 39
179 Quarter pony 39
180 Friesian cross (includes Friesian Sport Horses) 39
181 Zangersheide 39
182 Jutland (horse) 38
183 Austrian Warmblood 38
184 Balearic (horse) 38
185 Garrano 38
186 Andravida (horse) 37
187 Vladimir Heavy Draft 37
188 Danube Delta horse 37
189 Estonian Draft 37
190 Iomud 36
191 Brazilian Sport Horse (Brasileiro de Hipismo) 36
192 Rhinelander (horse) 35
193 Daliboz 35
194 Tori (horse) 35
195 Sandalwood Pony 35
196 Spanish Jennet Horse, not to be confused with the historic Jennet or Spanish Jennet (see Archaic types, below) 35
197 Vlaamperd 34
198 Gidran 34
199 Galician Pony 34
200 Nisean horse 34
201 Anglo-Kabarda 34
202 Groningen Horse 34
203 Kinsky horse 34
204 Italian Trotter 34
205 Australian Pony 33
206 Faroe pony 33
207 Auxois 33
208 Lithuanian Heavy Draught 32
209 Hispano (horse) also known as Spanish Anglo-Arab 32
210 Norfolk Trotter, also called the Norfolk Roadster, Yorkshire Trotter or Yorkshire Roadster 32

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