The Canadian Horse is a breed of horse developed in Canada. Although previously relatively unknown due to its rarity, the Canadian Horse has influenced many other North American breeds, including the Morgan, American Saddlebred, and Standardbred. Although there have been several times when the breed almost went extinct, now the Canadian Horse has many enthusiasts within and outside of Canada.
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... Today, many Canadian Horses are bred for driving ... and some are still used as work horses for farming ... The generally good temperament displayed by the Canadian horse also makes them useful as all-round family horses ...
... Sam-Son Farm is a thoroughbred horse racing stable with farms locations in Milton, Ontario, Canada and Ocala, Florida ... Originating in the 60's by Ernie Samuel, it began as a home for hunter/jumper horses ... in 1971 it became home to its first thoroughbred race horse and officially entered racing in 1972 ...
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