A horse's size depends on a lot of things, but most importantly its breed.
Miniature horses such as the Falabella are not intended for riding because they are far too small. The Falabella is approximately 5-6 hands high (hh). Falabellas are pets, and some have even been trained to take over the duties of guide dogs. The Shetland pony is an ageless favourite for small children. The true Shetland stands about 8-9hh, but the American Shetland (crossbred with riding ponies to make it suitable for a child's mount) stands about 11hh. A small pony as would be expected for a first mount for a young child is approximately 13hh. If an adult of average height stretched out their arm so that it was horizontal, it would just touch the pony's withers (the point where the neck joins the back, where all measurements are taken.) Any horse below 14.2hh is classified as a pony. Past that you get into horses.
The Arabian horse is a very popular riding horse. It is not a particularly tall horse, usually standing around 14-15 hands. The Thoroughbred is the ultimate racing breed. Most Thoroughbreds are around 16hh. A 15-16hh horse is ideal for riding, but many of the best racehorses are around 17hh - not a comfortable size for most casual riders, but tall = long legs = long stride = speed. Draft horses usually stand about 19-20hh, but the record tallest horse stood around 21hh. As far as I know, one hand is ten centimetres.
The size depends on the breed of the horse
The size of a horse all depends on age & breed.
a horse is 14.2 hands and above
There really is no EXACT size, but they are usually about the size of a normal horse foal.
it depends on what size your horse is and how much room it needs
What is the size of a horse's cheek cell
The Belgium Draft horse.
It depends on the size of the horse.
There are many sizes and colors of a horse. Size and color often depend on the breed of the horse.
It's about the size of a grapefruit.
Any size depending on the age, and breed
Imagine a horse, but miniature size.
14.2 hh and up is a horse.
The cinch size will vary from horse to horse, measure the horse where the cinch should be and that'll give you a good idea of what size to get.
The first dinosaur was about the size of a horse.
I would recomend medium size. Im also in the market for splint boots, and I found the medium size is for horses 14'2- 16' HH or the average size horse.
There is no real 'average' size for a horse as each breed of horse has a set standard as far as height goes and what the horse is used for affects height also. But generally speaking a horse in the 15.0 to 15.3 hand range would be about average, a horse that size would weight between 900 to 1200 pounds typically.
The size of a horse all depends on breed, so can be anything between 7.5 inches and 6 foot 7 inches! A horse's height is usually measured in hands, and a pony is any size up to 14.2hh. A horse is any height above this.
pinto is a color