The Horses ClipArt gallery contains 67 illustrations of various types of horses including illustrations of some famous race horses.

Different types of horse breeds. Left is a draft horse, middle is a Shetland pony, and the right is a trotter.

Horse Breeds

Different types of horse breeds. Left is a draft horse, middle is a Shetland pony, and the right is…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Equestrian Crossing, Black and White

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Equestrian Crossing, Color

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Equestrian Crossing, Outline

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Equestrian Crossing, Silhouette

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Detached hoof- supero-lateral view. Labels: a, crust or outer layer of the wall; b, horny laminae; c, superior border; d, cutigeral groove; e, inner surface of sole; f, inner surface of frog; f', frog-stay.

Hoof of a Horse

Detached hoof- supero-lateral view. Labels: a, crust or outer layer of the wall; b, horny laminae; c,…

Solar aspect of the hoof. Labels: a, bars; b, solar border of wall; c, line of union between wall and sole; d, inferior aspect of sole; d', d, posterior branches of sole; e, cleft of the frog; f, bulbs of the frog; g, point of the frog.

Hoof of a Horse

Solar aspect of the hoof. Labels: a, bars; b, solar border of wall; c, line of union between wall and…

Horse.

Horse

Horse.

Horse with carrying sack of grain.

Horse

Horse with carrying sack of grain.

A well-proportioned horse.

Horse

A well-proportioned horse.

A horse going to the mill.

Horse

A horse going to the mill.

A horse

Horse

A horse

A horse

Horse

A horse

"A quadruped of the gen. Equus." — Williams, 1889

Horse

"A quadruped of the gen. Equus." — Williams, 1889

A horse jumping.

Horse

A horse jumping.

The four-toed horse restored from a study of its fossil skeleton.

Horse

The four-toed horse restored from a study of its fossil skeleton.

An illustration of a horse.

Horse

An illustration of a horse.

An illustration of a horse.

Horse

An illustration of a horse.

A horse, with names of parts. 1, crest; 2, withers; 3, croup; 4, hamstring; 5, hock; 6, cannon; 7, fetlock; 8, pastern; 9, hoof; 10, coronet; 11, arm; 12, gullet; 13, muzzle.

Horse

A horse, with names of parts. 1, crest; 2, withers; 3, croup; 4, hamstring; 5, hock; 6, cannon; 7, fetlock;…

The anatomy of a horse.  1, ears; 2, forelock; 3, forehead; 4, eyes; 5, eye-pits; 6, nose; 7, nostril; 8, point of nose; 9, lips; 10, nether jaw; 11, cheek; 12, poll; 13, mane; 14, withers; 15, parotid glands; 16, throat; 17, neck; 18, jugular vein; 19, shoulder; 20, breast; 21, ribs; 22, back; 23, loins; 24, hip; 25, flank; 26, belly; 27, haunch; 28, thigh; 29, buttock; 30, stifle; 31, leg; 32, tail; 33, hock or hough; 34, cannon or shank bone; 35, arms; 36, knees; 37, passage for girth; 38, elbow; 39, shank; 40, bullet; 41, pasterns; 42, coronet; 43, foot; 44, hoof; 45, fetlock.

Horse

The anatomy of a horse. 1, ears; 2, forelock; 3, forehead; 4, eyes; 5, eye-pits; 6, nose; 7, nostril;…

A primitive desert horse during the time period of Miocene.

Desert Horse

A primitive desert horse during the time period of Miocene.

Horse head facing left.

Horse head

Horse head facing left.

Horse in a field.

Horse in a Field

Horse in a field.

View of a healthy foot. Key: A) frog, D) sole, E) bars

Horse's foot

View of a healthy foot. Key: A) frog, D) sole, E) bars

The hoof of a horse.

Horse's Hoof

The hoof of a horse.

A famous racehorse.

Maud S

A famous racehorse.

A gentleman's road horse

Gentleman's Road Horse

A gentleman's road horse

A breed of fast, intelligent horses from arabia.

Arabian Horse

A breed of fast, intelligent horses from arabia.

"The fastest race horse in the world. His best time, May 24, 1877, was 1.39 for one mile." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Ten Broeck

"The fastest race horse in the world. His best time, May 24, 1877, was 1.39 for one mile." — S. G.…

A horse trained to run around a circus ring with a man standing on his back.

Circus Horse

A horse trained to run around a circus ring with a man standing on his back.

A Clydesdale horse, used for pulling heavy loads.

Draft Horse

A Clydesdale horse, used for pulling heavy loads.

A famous race-horse of incredible speed.

American Eclipse

A famous race-horse of incredible speed.

Boy feeding his horse

Feeding Horse

Boy feeding his horse

Floria Temple was a famous race horse.

Flora Temple

Floria Temple was a famous race horse.

A famous racehorse used in the mid-19th century.

Flora Temple

A famous racehorse used in the mid-19th century.

A large horse bred for hard, heavy tasks.

French Draught Horse

A large horse bred for hard, heavy tasks.

A small horse; a pony.

Nag

A small horse; a pony.

A Horse used to carry heavy loads.

Pack Horse

A Horse used to carry heavy loads.

A strong horse with white spots in its coat.

Percheron Horse

A strong horse with white spots in its coat.

A breed of pony used for riding, driving, and pack purposes.

Shetland Pony

A breed of pony used for riding, driving, and pack purposes.

A speed-type horse, with well-developed hind legs.

Speed Horse

A speed-type horse, with well-developed hind legs.

A man grooming his horse.

Strapping a Horse

A man grooming his horse.

"Horse in the act of trotting. In this, as in all the other paces, the body of the horse is levered forward by a diagonal twisting of the trunk and extremities, the extremities describing a figure-of-8 track (s u, r t).—Pettigrew, 1857

Trotting Horse

"Horse in the act of trotting. In this, as in all the other paces, the body of the horse is levered…

A wild horse.

Wild Horse

A wild horse.

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Black and White

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Color

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Outline

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Silhouette

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

An illustration of a man riding a horse on a trail talking to a young man walking beside him. There is another man riding farther down the trail behind him.

Horseback Riding

An illustration of a man riding a horse on a trail talking to a young man walking beside him. There…

Rearing.

Horseriding

Rearing.

Leaping.

Horseriding

Leaping.

Horse with saddle.

Horseriding

Horse with saddle.

Mounting the horse.

Horseriding

Mounting the horse.

A god seat.

Horseriding

A god seat.

Position in riding.

Horseriding

Position in riding.

Position on a run.

Horseriding

Position on a run.

An awkward position on a run.

Horseriding

An awkward position on a run.

Horses have long played an important role in transportation, whether ridden or used for pulling vehicles.

Horses

Horses have long played an important role in transportation, whether ridden or used for pulling vehicles.

Three horses drinking water from a well.

Horses

Three horses drinking water from a well.

An illustration of horses running wild through town.

Horses Running Wild Through Town

An illustration of horses running wild through town.