10 Best Horse Breeds for First-Time Owners & Riders

American Quarter Horse

The American quarter horse—the No. 1 horse breed in America—is popular with English and Western riders.


By reputation, Arabians are hot-headed or hot-bloods. They were known for being warhorses with speed, endurance, strength.


Largely bred for racing, a thoroughbred might turn out to be more horse than most beginners can handle. most part,

American Paint

are social animals. They can form deep bonds with their person of choice and tend to do well with children.


 For beginning riders, they are pretty forgiving. And with experienced riders, they are quick to follow commands.

Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse

Kentucky mountains a gaited breed, which means they have a four-beat hoof movement for a smoother ride.

Missouri Fox Trotter Horse

the horse steps deliberately with one foot always in contact with the ground. This horse has a friendly,

Icelandic Horse

Icelandic horses are sure-footed, long-lived, and resistant to harsh conditions. Some can live up to 40 years,


Their biggest downside is their size. Sometimes saddle fit and tack sizing can be tricky for these larger horses.

Draft Crossbreeds

A nice alternative to a full-blooded draft breed is a draft crossbreed. Draft horse breeds, including Clydesdales,

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