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Introduction to our Horses

Gypsy Horse Fun4 The Gypsy horse was bred by the Romany people, better known as Gypsies, of England and Ireland. Bred from Shires, Clydesdales, Freisian, Fell and Dale ponies, these horses have been in existence for hundreds of years. The horses were an integral part of life; they pulled the colorful wagons that were what these people called home. Often cared for by the children, it was essential that the horses be kind and quiet, with a willing disposition. They also had to be hardy, sound and easily kept due to the nature of their lives.



Gypsy Horse Black Horse with Baby Gypsy Horse Brown Easy to recognize, these magical horses come in nearly all colors. They have amazing amounts of hair. Manes that grow below the shoulder, tails that drag on the ground and feet that appear to be floating is only the beginning.

There is a wide range in size and the average gypsy stands between 14 and 16.2 hands.



Gypsy Horse Lexus The Gypsy Horse, or Gypsy Vanner / Gypsy Cob as it is also referred, is truly a breed for all! This horse has the spirit to excel at all disciplines. Its size makes it a great prospect for adult or children alike. Its natural disposition allows it to be perfectly suited for new horse people or individuals who just desire an easy going partner. It's abundance of mane, tail and feather set it apart from all other breeds

"The beauty of this horse is surpassed only by their gentle and intelligent nature making them highly sought after, even outside of the Romany Culture."

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