The Canadian Pacer is a horse breed of which only small numbers remain.
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... In the Canadian Provinces, French mares were crossed with Dutch and English stock ... The bloodlines of the Canadian Pacer are not exactly known, but are thought to be descended from the French Norman horse and a strain of pacers (possibly Narragansett or an English pacer) bred in the 1820s ... The Canadian Horse was extremely hardy and possessed much endurance, but did not have natural pacing ability, so it was necessary to import the Narragansett to breed it in ...
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