The average horse can run at about 30 miles per hour. Horses that are bred to run long distances have been recorded to run up to 40 miles per hour. Quarter horses bred for racing short distances have been reported to run... More »

Quarter horses that are bred specifically for running short distances can reach speeds of 50 mph, whereas thoroughbred horses, which are bred for running and not racing speed, can reach speeds of approximately 40 mph. So... More »

The fastest gallop was recorded at 88 kilometers per hour. Mustang running speeds are comparable with other horse breeds, as they fall in the middle-sized breeds. The average mustang measures between 14 and 15 hands. More »

Thoroughbreds can sustain a speed of 40 miles per hour during races. Although they are very swift, the quarter horse breed is actually substantially faster, with a maximum speed of nearly 55 miles per hour. More »

The fastest gallop was recorded at 88 kilometers per hour. Mustang running speeds are comparable with other horse breeds, as they fall in the middle-sized breeds. The average mustang measures between 14 and 15 hands. More »

A horse pulling a carriage while walking can go 3 to 4 miles per hour. The path they take may also affect the speed of the horse. More »

The farthest most horses can sustain a gallop is thought to be around 2 miles, but some Arabian horses can gallop for 2.5 miles before fatigue is a factor. The gallop is the fastest method of movement for the horse, aver... More »