Some Thoroughbreds like to show off their will-to-win at a young age, as seen in this charming depiction of a frisky filly challenging her proud mother to try and keep up with her. Meet "Born to Run."
The Hohokum were known for decorating their pots with a stunning and distinctive style that was defined by red geometric designs repeated in small motifs over buffware, as remembered in "Ancient Dreams."
When you ride into a show ring on an Arabian horse to appear in the Costume Class, the objective is to stand out and be noticed, just like "Arabian Splendor."
The Lipizzan was developed as a breed that could be taught to do difficult motions on command and with balletic grace and precision - including highly controlled, stylized jumps known as “airs above the ground.” Enter "Dance of the Lipizzans."