Top 10 most exotic and rare horses in the world (Part 4)

Norwegian Friord Horse

This is a very strong and beautiful horse breed. What makes them so unique is its color. It has a very nice light brown color, and it also has a two-colored mane. The outer coat is cream-colored, and the inner coat is dark brown or black. The mane of the bed looks like a woman’s hair after it has been dyed with outstanding colors. They are very healthy and beautiful. These characteristics make it a perfect horse.

Ngựa Friord  Na Uy

The Fjord horse or the Norwegian Fjord horse is a relatively small but very strong horse breed native to the mountainous areas of western Norway. It is an agile breed of draft horse. All Fjord horses are colored, with five grizzly variants recognized in the breed standard. One of the oldest breeds in the world, it has been used for hundreds of years as a farm horse in Norway, and in modern times is popular for its generally good temperament. The Fjord horse is strong enough for heavy work, such as plowing or pulling wood, but is light and agile enough to ride and pull well. Today, the Fjord horse is a favorite riding in Norwegian riding and therapy schools, because its gentle temperament and small size make it suitable for children and people with disabilities. They are also used as a sports horse, especially in combined rickshaw.

Gynsy Vanner horse

This horse started from the British Isles. There are many things that make this horse unique. They are known for their beautiful colors. Sometimes the coat color is black and white. However, the colors may be even different. They also have very long, thick fur. What makes these horses stand out is that the thick fur starts from the horse’s knees and goes down to the ankles. This fur is like the fur boots of teenagers and teenagers who go by nowadays.

Ngựa Gynsy Vanner

The Gypsy horse is also a small horse with many hairs on its legs. They were a horse breed originally developed by indigenous Romanians to the British islands, they were bred for dragging cars that were actually a Romanian mobile apartment. This is a small stallion, usually recognized for its bushy undercoat and is usually black and white, or mottled and lang, the coat color, although it may have other colors: good. Breeders in the UK praise this as a prime example of this breed, including strong muscularity, the true shape of a horse-drawn horse, and flashy action.

Around 1850, the Romani people of Great Britain began to use a particular type of horse to plow, in which they were just beginning to live and wander. The distinctive colors and look of modern breeds were refined by the Diganians in the period after World War II. American breeders began importing Gypsy horses and created their first registration in 1996. Today, the best Gypsy horses are bred in Kent, England by a number of established breeders, in order to all of them also exhibit and sell their horses at traditional fairs.