The pure English breed was bred from three Arabian Studs: Arabian Darley, Arabian Godolphin and Byerly Turk. They were taken to England from the Middle East of the Mediterranean in the Century XVII. These horses were bred with natuve horses which were far stronger, achieving horses that could carry a certain weight and a great speed for distance.
Since then they have converted to these new breed for racing.
The most beautiful animal, have an aerodynamic body, with thin extremities , head delicate and distinguished from straight profile, its physicist is associated with a great personality, but its character is very sensitive, so its needs very good deal from its birth, being the females specially docile.
The PSI (Pura Sangre Inglés), have a slightly major appeal of 1.63 cm. Its head is thin with eyes that demonstrate its intelligence, separated well to both sides.
The structure of the PSI does that its is an ideal athlete, Capable of crossing 6 meters in a stride, achieving speeds until 60 km per hour. Its posterior legs act as wharves, which they stimulates with great force towards ahead whereas the front legs "pull" them.
Horse racing is one of the oldest sports, as appeared in the Ancient Greek Olympic games.
Races can be of a short distance of 900-1.400 metres. Average distance and long distance (stayers).
Horses that race better on dry grounds and others do better on muddy grounds.
There are 5 races with intervals of half an hour after each race.
Order on how to enjoy a day at the races :