Top 9 Fastest Horses

American Quarter horse The name is even derived from its ability to sprint exceptionally well over a quarter-mile track. 

The Andalusian, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse, which has lived on the Iberian Peninsula for thousands of years, conveys both speed and power in its appearance.

The Arabian is one of the oldest and most recognizable breeds in the world, dating back some 4,500 years to the Arabian Peninsula.

Tall, slim, and incredibly athletic, the Thoroughbred is largely considered to be the fastest horse breed in the world over longer distances.

Standardbred Developed on the east coast of the United States from a Thoroughbred horse in the 18th century, this American breed is a solid, muscular, well-built horse.

The Mustang is a free-roaming horse from the western United States that descended from breeds brought by the Spanish to the Americas in the 16th century.

 Appaloosa It is characterized by a distinctive leopard-like spotted appearance over its body. 

The Akhal-Teke is an ancient but rare breed of Turkmen horse whose ancestors may date back thousands of years from central Asia.

The American Paint Horse is among the fastest horses in the world.

The Arabian is one of the oldest and most recognizable breeds in the world, dating back some 4,500 years to the Arabian Peninsula.

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