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Dales horses come from the Pennines in northern England. Theyrnreceived their name by the famous Yorkshire Dales.rnrn 

rnrnDales horses are related to Pennine Pony that were crossrnbred with Friesian horses. Scots later cross breed them with Scottish Galloway horses.rnThe resulting horses had increased speed and were better all around athletes.rnThey continued on to be bred with many other horses, such as the Clydesdale,rnYorkshire, Norfolk Terrier, and Welsh Cob stallions. rnrn 

rnrnDales horses are used for riding purposes for children tornadults and for harness work as well. They were involved in trotter races aroundrnthe globe and can currently be found mostly in Europe. They are bred in thernUnited Kingdom, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. They are considered surefootedrnand very powerful. Dales are beautiful creatures, gentle, yet strong. rnrn 

Dales horses were created to be a pack horse and are usefulrnfor carrying heavy loads. Currently, they are used by children for ridingrnlessons and have a distinct attractiveness. rnrn rnrn 

rnrnThe Dales horses are a smaller style (14 hands high). Theyrnare found blacks, brown, gray, roan, and bay colors. Their heads are describedrnas neat and not boding any dishing effects. They have a sloping shoulders andrnhard feet as well. They are well known for having a shiny coat and a long andrnflowing tail. With quarters that are long and strong, they can be used for anyrntype of pulling exercise with very little effort. Dales horses are easy tornmaintain. They can survive in any climate range, and even thrive in colderrnareas. 

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