Thoroughbreds are renowned for their speed and are primarily bred for horse racing. Prices can vary widely based on factors like pedigree, racing history, and potential for future success.
Arabians are known for their beauty and distinctive appearance. High-quality Arabian horses with prestigious bloodlines can be quite expensive due to their reputation in the show ring.
Friesians are known for their striking black coats and carriage driving. The breed's rarity and distinctive appearance can contribute to their higher price range.
The American Saddlebred is known for its elegant appearance and versatility in various disciplines such as saddle seat riding and driving.
While Quarter Horses are widely popular for their versatility and athleticism in various equestrian sports, including western riding and rodeo events, prices can vary greatly.
Warmblood breeds are often bred for sport horse disciplines such as dressage and eventing. High-quality warmbloods with a proven competition record can command high prices.