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Equine horse pony equestrian caballo pferde equestrian stallion gelding mare foal

Equine horse pony equestrian caballo pferde equestrian stallion gelding mare foal

Nordland Horse mare Vest Jeannette (foreground) and gelding Drevlands Trym

Nordland Horse mare Vest Jeannette (foreground) and gelding Drevlands Trym

Nordland Horse stallion Waltenberg Odin (left) and mare Vest Jeannette

Nordland Horse stallion Waltenberg Odin (left) and mare Vest Jeannette

Orlov Trotter Horse - The Orlov Trotter. A horse breed with a hereditary fast trot, noted for its outstanding speed and stamina. The breed was developed in Russia in the late 18th century by Count Alexei Orlov at his Khrenovskoy Stud farm near the town of Bobrov (Voronezh guberniya) . The Orlovs emerged as the result of crossing various European mares (primarily of English, Dutch, Mecklenburg, and Danish breeding) with Arabian stallions.

Orlov Trotter Horse - The Orlov Trotter. A horse breed with a hereditary fast trot, noted for its outstanding speed and stamina. The breed was developed in Russia in the late 18th century by Count Alexei Orlov at his Khrenovskoy Stud farm near the town of Bobrov (Voronezh guberniya) . The Orlovs emerged as the result of crossing various European mares (primarily of English, Dutch, Mecklenburg, and Danish breeding) with Arabian stallions.

Welara Pony - USA

Welara Pony - USA

Nordlandshest mare Gryta Lyngs Fiona. Nordlandshest or Lyngshest is from northern Norway, a smallish pony that most probably has common ancestors with Icelandics, Fjords and Faeroese Ponies so it's a very old breed. It was used as an all-round work pony on the small Norwegian farms. It's been very rare few decades ago, on the brink of extinction but nowadays there are about 3000 individuals in Norway.

Nordlandshest mare Gryta Lyngs Fiona. Nordlandshest or Lyngshest is from northern Norway, a smallish pony that most probably has common ancestors with Icelandics, Fjords and Faeroese Ponies so it's a very old breed. It was used as an all-round work pony on the small Norwegian farms. It's been very rare few decades ago, on the brink of extinction but nowadays there are about 3000 individuals in Norway.

Nordland Horse / Lyngen Horse - mare Raudlinn

Nordland Horse / Lyngen Horse - mare Raudlinn

Ultimate - Mare – 2005 – Bay

Ultimate - Mare – 2005 – Bay

Hokkaido Pony, Dosanko uma

Hokkaido Pony, Dosanko uma

Dølehest - stallion Skjåk Balder

Dølehest - stallion Skjåk Balder

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