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an Illustrated History of the Draft Horse, auteur : You have information about the breed, lists of breeders and horses for sale American Cream Draft Horses, Part Bloods and Stallions for SALE. AMERICAN CREAM DRAFT HORSE is a rare and endangered treasure!
American Cream Draft is the only design horse race to have been created in the United States.
American Cream Draft is the only design horse race to have been created in the United States. Born in Iowa in the early 1900s, the race has always been uncommon. History of the race begins with a horse called Old Granny, a filly that was sold on a 1911 auction house in 1911 in Story Country, Iowa.
She was a creme coloured broodmare of unfamiliar pedigree, who was bred between 1890 and 1905. It consequently spawned cream-coloured descendants. Some few Iowa breeder were interested in the creamy blood line, especially after the delivery of the Silver Lace in 1932, a great-great grandchild of Old Grandma. In the 1930''s whipped cream draught ponies became fashionable in the Melbourne, Iowa area.
It was Clarence T. Rierson, an owner of these creamy draught ponies, who took an interest in the variety and purchased all the broodmares he could find that came from Silver Lace. Then he examined the pedigree of each of the framed equidae and noted their pedigree. He was one of the founding members of the American Crème Draft Horse Association, which was registered in 1944 with 20 members and 75 founding stallions.
When Rierson died in 1957, 41 club members had almost 200 recorded stallions. With the establishment of the American Cream race, however, the horse drawing industry broke down. Zooing of draught mammals was almost discontinued. The American Cream Horse Federation was idle for fourteen years, with the exception of the transmission of a solitary horse.
Luckily, a few humans clung to their creams and retained a slim genetics basis that was the basis for the race's continued existence. The American Cream Draft Horse Association was reorganised in 1982. Growers worked with Dr. Gus Cothran of the University of Kentucky Equine Type Building Laboratory to identify the race's genetics.
The results of research indicate that American Creams are a different population within the group of draught horse breeds. The results have greatly encouraged growers and have contributed to the revitalisation of the race. The American Creams are mid to large in stature and have an average of 15-16.3 wrists at the ankles. Grey with rose-skinned, light brown-eyed, black, yellow, white mane and tail and occasional black marks.
American Cream's large dimensions make it ideal for mounting, hanging and riding. Excellent disposition and readiness to work make them an easy to manage race on small estates. American Cream is still critical seldom, but its number is growing due to its singular look, its story and its inherent consistency with sustainability cultivation methods.