What can be the fastest horse in any class? How is it done? What kind of horses can be ridden faster than anyone else? These questions are the subjects of this article and will be answered in ten different sections.
In this part of the article I’m not going to get into every single horse known to man. I have written articles about such things as the fastest horse of all time in general in Part II, and also in one of the most interesting areas of riding in general, the World Championship. I will just provide background information regarding the fastest horses of the past several hundred years including some of the horses whose speed is most in question.
How Fast Is Faster?
We are going to start off with the quickest in any and all classes. I think this is fair, and it’s a question worth asking. In particular because horses all use all kinds of different muscles throughout their lives and abilities (including many that have been bred for speed since the very beginning), there is quite a lot of variation on how fast some of these animals run. I am going to refer to it as “speed” and “distance.”
Some horses run fast and some horses run just a little fast. Some horses run fast, and some horses run slower. Some horses can run very fast if they are well-trained, but some horses can run fast, but their ability for training is often limited. Some horses never run quite fast, but their ability to run well is excellent.
Some horses can go faster in some courses than others. Some horses can run faster than even very fast athletes. Some horses can run faster than people who are not very fast. Some horses can run much faster than horses that are quite slow at running but very fast at jumping. Some horses can run much faster than horses that average at the top of the order, but are not very fast at jumping.
Some horses can go very fast in both running and jumping, and some horses can run at almost any kind of speed that the running, jumping and jumping can take place (except for perhaps in some very special circumstances). Many of these horses can run very fast, sometimes up to 150 meters per minute, for hours at a time before stopping.
Some horses can run very fast and sometimes faster than humans who are not very fast at any kind of speed. Horses, as I mentioned above, can run much faster than people who average at the top of the order, but are not very fast at jumping.