Selective breeding would ensure that all the racing horses would be of higher quality. Breeders could only breed horses with racing qualities to make race horses.
Yes. Selective breeding is also used to improve or otherwise change breeds of dogs, cats, horses, cows, and so forth.
well, two examples of selective breeding are horses and canine
Because they want the best charactersistics for the horses.
Selective breeding/ pure breeding
Selective breeding - allows breeders to reduce or remove unwanted 'traits' in animals - and enhance those traits that are beneficial.
It's very important. Thoroughbred racing is a billion dollar industry so the breeding programs are vital to get the fastest horses possible. Bloodlines are studied so the resulting foal has the best genes for speed and the ability to run distances.
"Selective breeding"; for example, cross-breeding strains of corn to produce sweeter taste or better popping, or selecting horses to breed to produce faster horses.
Horses were domesticated long before the concept of genetic engineering was even selective breeding.
The 'natural horse' would be most similarly represented by the Przewalski's Horse, a small stocky tan-colored wild horse that lives in Mongolia. All modern horse breeds demonstrate selective breeding for different traits, from draft horses to running horses to small ponies.
Well, different horses have different kinds of breeding.LIke a thourough-bred needs to be bred proffesionally but with a clydesdale you need to let them get on with it themselves. But it's mainly the same as human breeding.