Fox Trotter Horses for Sale (34)
Missouri Fox Trotter appeared in North America in the 19th Century. It was initially developed as a saddle horse. Their main advantage was surefootedness since the mountain region required good balance and strong legs. They worked as cattle horses, did plowing and log hauling. Fox trotters were also used for pleasure riding and as buggy horses. These equines have a pleasant appearance and a mild temper. They easily adapt to any work. At some point, these horses were used by the doctors, sheriffs, and stock raisers due to their ability to travel long distances without getting tired. Today these beautiful horses are mostly used for show and pleasure riding. At the moment, there are over 43,000 Fox Trotters in North America. These horses stand about 16 hands high and weigh about 1000 pounds (450 kg). They come in more than 14 colors, including black, white, chestnut, grey, and dun. You can find a Fox Trotter horse for sale on this website http://www.h-4.ca.