Horses are as different as they get. The world counts more than 350 horse and pony breeds, ranging from strong, sturdy clydesdale to graceful, slender thoroughbreds
The wonderfully thick mane and tail mane of the Black Forest breed is a perfect match to its bulky draft-horse physique. The breed is known for its deep chestnut colour with a light flaxen mane and tail.
Considered one of the oldest breeds in the world, the “wild” Camargue horses carry a bit of romanticism with them as they live semi-feral on the marshes and wetlands of the Camargue area of southern France.
The Gypsy Vanner is a breed that originated as a caravan horse for the Romanichal peoples of the British Isles to pull the vardoes in which they lived. It is also called the Coloured Cob, Irish Cob or Tinker Horse, depending on where you are.
This is one of the horse breeds that has been designed and been perfected over the last 250 years specifically for that one horse that can beat the world. They are the winners of the horse kingdom when it comes to elegance, endurance and speed.
A paint horse is the same thing as a quarter horse, except coloured. Same personality, same build. Both beautiful wonderful extremely versatile breeds.
The Friesian is an ancient beautiful breed originally regarded as a powerful all-around utility animal. Throughout history it has been used as a war horse, having the strength, agility and sturdy bodies to carry armored knights into battle and in every sort of farm work and riding purposes.
An Arabian’s most identifiable characteristics are its finely chiseled head, dished face, long arching neck and high tail carriage. Its entire appearance exudes energy, intelligence, courage and nobility.