The Hequ is located in Qinghai Province of China. If you are wondering, Hequ means "river zig". The reason it means river zig is the breed is located near the yellow river, which makes a huge zig zag. It is used for a draft animal and a racing and riding horse. They're usually black, brown, or gray. The temperature is low there. In the summer, it becomes moist and humid.
There are three different kinds of Hequ horses. One is the Jiaode type, which is founded in the southern part of Gansu province. These horses do not have strong legs. The Jiaode usually are gray. The Suoke is from western Sichuan province. Those horses have large heads and ears, with a short loin. The Suoke raises it tail very high. The last one is the Kesheng which is from Kesheng Mongolian Autonomous Region.
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