Mähne einflechten beim Pferd (Turnierzöpfe, Spanischer Zopf, Mähnennetz, Kreuzzöpfe, Wickelzöpfchen, Französischer Zopf)

Mähne einflechten beim Pferd (Turnierzöpfe, Spanischer Zopf, Mähnennetz, Kreuzzöpfe, Wickelzöpfchen, Französischer Zopf)

Pura Raza Espanola Yeguada Herrera Caballos Espanoles Caballos Bailadores Andalusian Lusitano Lippizzaner spanish horse Piccador Vaquero Charro

Pura Raza Espanola Yeguada Herrera Caballos Espanoles Caballos Bailadores Andalusian Lusitano Lippizzaner spanish horse Piccador Vaquero Charro

Equine photography - Spanish Pure Breed Andalusian thoroughbred horse -  Photography by Bettina Niedermayr

Equine photography - Spanish Pure Breed Andalusian thoroughbred horse - Photography by Bettina Niedermayr

Mähne einflechten beim Pferd (Turnierzöpfe, Spanischer Zopf, Mähnennetz, Kreuzzöpfe, Wickelzöpfchen, Französischer Zopf)

Mähne einflechten beim Pferd (Turnierzöpfe, Spanischer Zopf, Mähnennetz, Kreuzzöpfe, Wickelzöpfchen, Französischer Zopf)

Das Auge schulen: Richtiges und falsches Reiten – See the difference

Das Auge schulen: Richtiges und falsches Reiten – See the difference

The Indian war horse was highly regarded by its American Indian owner, who often honored and protected his war horse by painting tribal symbols upon the animal's body.

The Indian war horse was highly regarded by its American Indian owner, who often honored and protected his war horse by painting tribal symbols upon the animal's body.

SPAIN / ANDALUSIA / Horses - The Andalusian, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse or PRE , is a horse breed from the Iberian Peninsula, where its ancestors have lived for thousands of years. The Andalusian has been recognized as an individual breed since the 15th century, and its conformation has changed very little over the centuries. Throughout its history, it has been known for its prowess as a war horse, and was prized by the nobility.

SPAIN / ANDALUSIA / Horses - The Andalusian, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse or PRE , is a horse breed from the Iberian Peninsula, where its ancestors have lived for thousands of years. The Andalusian has been recognized as an individual breed since the 15th century, and its conformation has changed very little over the centuries. Throughout its history, it has been known for its prowess as a war horse, and was prized by the nobility.

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