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Thoroughbreds come from Europe but i don't know which country.

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Where did the Thoroughbreds come from?

England; in the 17th and 18th century


What place do Thoroughbred horses come from?

Thoroughbreds are from England.


Where did thoroughbreds first come from?

England...using an Arab as studs


In HorseIsle where do you find Thoroughbreds?

You can find Thoroughbreds on grass.


Where do thoroughbreds originate from?

Thoroughbreds are a mix of breeds, really.


What is the Collective noun for a group of thoroughbred horses?

The collective noun is a bloodstock of thoroughbred horses, a stable of thoroughbreds, a string of thoroughbreds, a field of thoroughbreds.


What is the date when Thoroughbreds age?

January 1st is when all thoroughbreds have their birthday.


What are thoroughbreds used for besides racing?

Thoroughbreds are also used for hunter jumper.


What states where the thoroughbreds are located?

Thoroughbreds are located in every state in the US.


How fast do thoroughbreds run?

Thoroughbreds, as in race horses, can run up to about 40 mph.


Are Thoroughbreds high strung?

some thoroughbreds can be high strung but it really depends on the horse


Where are thoroughbreds found?

thoroughbreds are found almost everywhere,but mostly in Florida .


What is the duration of Thoroughbreds Don't Cry?

The duration of Thoroughbreds Don't Cry is 1.33 hours.


What info can you give me about Thoroughbreds?

most thoroughbreds are ex-racehorses, racehorses and all are hily stung


When was Thoroughbreds Don't Cry created?

Thoroughbreds Don't Cry was created on 1937-12-03.


Which category of sport is the thorughbred horse bred for?

Thoroughbreds are mainly used for racing, though there are some used for show jumping/cross country


Can other breeds of horses outrun thoroughbreds?

The answer is yes. Other breeds of horses have been known to out-race thoroughbreds. The Morgan horse is one of these, who was recorded to successfully out-run two valuable thoroughbreds. The standardbred is another breed that can out-race thoroughbreds. I own a nine year old, 15.1hh stb mare and she has out-raced 16hh+ 13 year old successful racing thoroughbreds.


What is the best horse for show jumping?

Usually thoroughbreds and thoroughbred crosses. Irish sports horses.. strong sturdy horses. (: I would have to say Thoroughbreds, ISH, thoroughbreds x Warmbloods.


Is a thoroughbred horse graceful?

Definitely! Most thoroughbreds have long, slender legs and muscled haunches, causing them to move with a forward motion that looks strong and effortless. You should google video, "thoroughbred horses on the flat" and see what they come up with. Thoroughbreds, to me, are one of the most graceful horses around!


What breed of horses do thoroughbreds horses come from?

Thoroughbreds were first bred from lines of Arabians for their large nostrils and great lung capacity. This enabled them to cover long distances at a fast pace and have enough oxygen in their bodies to perform such great feats. Many other breeds are also derived from the Arabian.


How high can a thoroughbred jump?

Thoroughbreds can jump at least 7ft, if not more. Infact a lot of the horses at Rolex are Thoroughbreds!!!


What are the release dates for Thoroughbreds - 1944?

Thoroughbreds - 1944 was released on: USA: 23 December 1944


What are five main horse breeds?

It really depends on where you come from. The main breeds would be thoroughbreds, arabs, quarter horses, clydesdales and appaloosas or paints.


How high can thoroughbreds grow to?

Thoroughbreds are generally around 15.2h-17h, but can be much smaller or taller (the tallest thoroughbred is 19.2h).


Are thoroughbreds good at western?

Yes many thoroughbreds and Appendix Quarter Horses (TB/QH cross) excel at western including reining, barrel racing, etc. Quarter Horses and Thoroughbreds are a lot alike but there are a few differences.