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The Konik or Polish primitive horse is a small, semiferal horse, originating in Poland.

The Konik or Polish primitive horse is a small, semiferal horse, originating in Poland.

Equine Photography - Karolina Wengerek Tennessee walking horse in Poland

Equine Photography - Karolina Wengerek Tennessee walking horse in Poland

Faroese stallion Ljósið. Faroese Pony (Føroyskt ross) is a small pony living in the windy, rugged Faroe Islands. Its history is quite the same as better-known Icelandic's: horses were imported to Faroe first by Vikings and they were mainly from Norway but perhaps also from Iceland and Shetland. The breed is very old but in 60's it was on the brink of extinction with only few horses left. The numbers are increased later but in 2010 there were only 53 Faroe ponies.

Faroese stallion Ljósið. Faroese Pony (Føroyskt ross) is a small pony living in the windy, rugged Faroe Islands. Its history is quite the same as better-known Icelandic's: horses were imported to Faroe first by Vikings and they were mainly from Norway but perhaps also from Iceland and Shetland. The breed is very old but in 60's it was on the brink of extinction with only few horses left. The numbers are increased later but in 2010 there were only 53 Faroe ponies.

Chocolate Silver Dapple Horse | Horses/Fantasy Horses

Chocolate Silver Dapple Horse | Horses/Fantasy Horses

Bashkir horse

Bashkir horse

stall. Take Me Away, the Holsteiner

stall. Take Me Away, the Holsteiner

The Abaco Barb, rarest of all horse breeds

The Abaco Barb, rarest of all horse breeds

Italian Heavy Draft

Italian Heavy Draft

Thessalian pony. The original Thessalian horse is excinct. It is believed that Alexander the Great's horse Bucephalus was a Thessalian, but we can see them in the Pindos pony, its direct descendant.. The thessalian horse can be found mainly in Thessaly (mostly crossed with Pindos ponies) and Greek islands were it is used in carriages (eg Spetses).

Thessalian pony. The original Thessalian horse is excinct. It is believed that Alexander the Great's horse Bucephalus was a Thessalian, but we can see them in the Pindos pony, its direct descendant.. The thessalian horse can be found mainly in Thessaly (mostly crossed with Pindos ponies) and Greek islands were it is used in carriages (eg Spetses).

The totally adorbs Yakut horses. These little dudes are probably the toughest on the planet...even went to Antarctica! (also rumoured to be omnivorous)

The totally adorbs Yakut horses. These little dudes are probably the toughest on the planet...even went to Antarctica! (also rumoured to be omnivorous)

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