A brief history and description of the wild horses of the western United States.
An introduction to the pinto horse, including its role in the settlement of the West and its fame in movies and in rodeos.
Discusses the breeds, characteristics, history, and uses of miniature horses.
Examines the history, characteristics, and uses of the American Standardbred horse.
Presents the history, physical characteristics, and the abilities of the Lipizzaner horse.
Discusses the lineage, physical characteristics, life span, breeding, and uses of the American saddlebred, considered to be one of the most beautiful horses in the world.
Offers information about the breed of small horses which gets its name from the island of Chincoteague located off the coast of Maryland and Virginia.
Discusses the last truly wild equine species, which has been extinct in the wild since the 1960s but was recently reintroduced into its native habitat in Mongolia.