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Horse - Creed

Basic Information

Genetics and Reproduction

Creeds are oddly known for having twin or triplet foals. Because of this, they have a hard time reproducing and it is considered very dangerous for them. Birthing two or three foals and then feeding both equally is a difficult task for a single mare. Thus their herd structure reflects this. On average only half, of the herd goes into heat at once and breeds. However, all the mares produce milk and begin lactation when the first foal is born.

Ecology and Habitats

Creeds can do very well in any environment, as long as the right sub-breed is selected. The sub-breeds of Creed are very distinctive from each other and require little help from human intervention.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Creeds are strictly herbivores but do enjoy eating meat though they derive no nutrients from it. Their diets usually consist of grass, hay, flowers, and leaves. In desperate times, they have been known to eat tree bark. While they can digest tree bark, the amount they would need to eat in order to remain healthy would be too much for their stomachs to hold on a regular basis.

Additional Information

Social Structure

A herd of Creed consists of two to five breeder males and typically fifteen to thirty females. The females of the herd stay and interact daily together, males, on the other hand, are isolated to the outside fringes of the herd and do not often interact with each other. They also stay away from the females unless reproducing.
Female Creeds due to them often having twins or triplets, share the responsibility of nursing and raising calves.

Uses, Products & Exploitation


  • Pulling Draft Logging

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Creeds only exist within the Americas, mostly Northern and Central America.

Average Intelligence

Often considered too smart for their own good, Creeds have an above-average intelligence more often on par with dolphins and whales than with horses.
Scientific Name
Equus ferus caballus
28 to 32 years
Conservation Status
Creeds are a widely available horse breed that was originally intended to be rare and private. Because of their large size, they are hard to maintain and train, making them more expensive than other draft horses.
Average Height
6 to 8 ft
Average Weight
2,000 to 3,500 lbs
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Creeds come in an assortment of colors and markings due to their diverse ancestry. Because of their different sub-breeds, coat markings vary wildly from breed to breed.
Farm Creed- The most common Creed comes with the most diversity available. They are of average size, height, and weight and have a mild temperament. They are the best kind of Creed to own for the everyday person.
Main body colors include, Bay, Black, Buckskin, Chestnut, Sorrel, and Gray
Markings, Pinto, Piebald, Roan, Dapple, Reverse Dapple  
Desert Creed  
Snowy Creed  
Mountain Creed  
Plains Creed  
City Creed

This species has multiple parents, only the first is displayed below.
All parents:


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