Standardbred

breed of horse developed in the United States in the 19th century and used primarily for harness racing. The foundation sire of this breed was the ... [3 related articles]
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standardbred

Most harness racehorses in Britain, North America and Australasia are Standardbreds, so called because the American harness studbook, begun last century, used the ability to cover a mile in a 'standard' time (initially 2 min 30 secs) as the criteria for entry. In Europe the French Trotter, the Sandinavian 'cold-blood' and the Russian Orlov are also...
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Standardbred

The Standardbred is an American breed of fast trotting horse first developed during the 18th century. The Standardbred stands 15.3 hands high and is bay, brown or chestnut in colour. The Standardbred is similar to the English Thoroughbred, but more robust and sturdy with hard, strong feet and legs.
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Standardbred

An American breed of horse developed for harness racing
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Standardbred

The Standardbred is a horse breed best known for its ability in harness racing at a trot or pace. Developed in North America, the breed can trace its bloodlines to 18th-century England. The breed is recognized worldwide. They are solid, well-built horses with good dispositions. In addition to harness racing, the Standardbred is used for a variety ...
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Standardbred

The world's top harness race horse. Ninety-nine percent of Standardbreds are said to trace back to Hambletonian, who sired more than 1330 offspring between 1851 and 1875. The breed's name derives from the fact that while it was still young, horses were only allowed to enter the registry if they could run the mile under a certain time.
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