Hackney Horse | Discuss Hackney Horse/Pony at the Horse Chat forum - Horse Forums.

Hackney Horse | Discuss Hackney Horse/Pony at the Horse Chat forum - Horse Forums.

The Hackney Horse is a popular carriage driving breed of horse developed in Norfolk, England since 1883. Known for its remarkable trotting ability, the Hackney stands around 14.2 to 16.2 hands in height, where a “hand” is equivalent to 4 inches. The head is well-shaped, eyes are expressive, ears are neatly shaped, arched neck, the chest is well-defined, the shoulders are powerful, long forearms and legs, and the tail is naturally set high. The horse colors range from black, brown, chestnut…

The Hackney Horse is a popular carriage driving breed of horse developed in Norfolk, England since 1883. Known for its remarkable trotting ability, the Hackney stands around 14.2 to 16.2 hands in height, where a “hand” is equivalent to 4 inches. The head is well-shaped, eyes are expressive, ears are neatly shaped, arched neck, the chest is well-defined, the shoulders are powerful, long forearms and legs, and the tail is naturally set high. The horse colors range from black, brown, chestnut…

Black Prince ,very young black hackney stallion .Was reserve champion at Baufort wes in South Africa.Owned by Allie Davids if I am correct.This is one amazing hackney

Black Prince ,very young black hackney stallion .Was reserve champion at Baufort wes in South Africa.Owned by Allie Davids if I am correct.This is one amazing hackney

Hackney Pony was created by Christopher Wilson from Westmoreland. He crossed native ponies (mostly Fells) with small Hackneys to create a tough, pony-sized and highstepping driving horse. The first ponies were kept free on the rugged moors so they were very hardy, not just pretty. Even nowadays show Hackney Ponies must not be too slender. They're shown on harness and in hand.

Hackney Pony was created by Christopher Wilson from Westmoreland. He crossed native ponies (mostly Fells) with small Hackneys to create a tough, pony-sized and highstepping driving horse. The first ponies were kept free on the rugged moors so they were very hardy, not just pretty. Even nowadays show Hackney Ponies must not be too slender. They're shown on harness and in hand.

Riding high: Hackney horses, like those pictured here were once a common sight across the land carrying wealthy passengers in smart carriages

End of the road for the original Hackney carriage? Breed of horse that pulled London cabs faces being wiped out century after motors took over

Riding high: Hackney horses, like those pictured here were once a common sight across the land carrying wealthy passengers in smart carriages

A very rare bay pinto Hackney yearling filly, CMS Gypsy Queen. This beauty is is owned by Willow Grove. Find out more here: http://www.willowgroveidaho.com

A very rare bay pinto Hackney yearling filly, CMS Gypsy Queen. This beauty is is owned by Willow Grove. Find out more here: http://www.willowgroveidaho.com

Hackney Horse | an elegant 4-up of Hackney Horses to a Park Drag

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