Cleveland Bays - History and Future - Horses For Kids

Cleveland Bays - History and Future - Horses For Kids

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Cleveland Bays “History and Future” Horses For Kids

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Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 A Great Horse
Chapter 2 An Amazing Creature
Chapter 3 Horse Fun Facts!
Conclusion Nature's Amazing Wonders
Author Bio
Introduction
“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”
– Carl Sagan
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Cleveland Bay: Cleveland Bay horses are very special. Do you
know why? Because they are the oldest breed of horses native to
England!
Where do they come from?
These horses came from the Cleveland area of North Yorkshire in
England. This is why they are called Cleveland Bays. But this is not
the only reason for their name. What color are they? Can you guess?
Do you remember what a Bay is?
Bay horses
Bay horses have a special coat color. Look at the pictures closely. What
color do you think it is? Brown, dark red, dark brown or a mix of these
colors? Ready? Drumroll please….The color is reddish brown!
Now look at the legs. They are darker than the rest of the body. So
these beautiful horses are reddish brown with a black mane, legs and
tail.