The Gypsy horse is a horse bred by gypsies in England and Ireland with special breeding techniques. Although beautiful and docile, even can feed with few food and water, it is produced to create a horse type that is good for performance.
Gypsy Horse characteristics
These horses are intelligent, docile, durable, athletic, long-necked and tailed, with long legs and speckles are very friendly horses with a different appearance. The Gypsy horse has an average length of 155 cm and is multi-colored. It has small inwardly folded ears, feathers that cover the hooves, and thick bony legs. Their heads thin to the nose, has impressive and beautiful eyes. Gypsy horses, which have a short glaze, have hips that show an inclination towards the center of the hind legs. These horses used for athletic competitions have round and muscular breasts. It is a perfect caravan horse that is strong, intelligent, docile, colorful and very durable.