Watch Super Big Canadian Horse Mare Revolutionizing & stallions Horses

Watch Super Big Canadian Horse Mare Revolutionizing & stallions Horses

 


Watch Super Big Canadian Horse Mare Revolutionizing & stallions Horses

The first horses forming the Canadian breed were imported into Canada from the stables of King Louis XIV of France in 1665 and 1670.

By 1700, there were about 700 of these horses in the county, with farmers importing some into the United States. Just like then, the Canadian horse, sometimes called the little iron horse or the cheval Canadian horse, was prized for its great versatility as it could pull a wagon, do farm work and be ridden.


Canadian Horse Reproduction and Life Cycle

Horse mares become sexually mature when they are about 12 months. They can have one foal per year until they are about 10 years old. Then, some can stay productive until about 20 while others will stop producing eggs.

Stallions become sexually mature at about 15 months. They can stay sexually active until they are about 20. Stallions are often bred naturally, but their semen can be frozen.


One of the problems faced by the Canadian Horse breed is the number of active horses and mares. There are only about 2,000 Canadian horses alive in the world. While the future is looking brighter, that number still means that many more need to be bred each year.





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