Przewalski's Horse (Equus ferus) is the only truly wild horse left on Earth and a success story. They were declared 'extinct in the wild' in 1996, but they've been reintroduced thanks to a captive breeding program. Recently improving its status from critically endangered to endangered. The population is now estimated at more than 300, according to the IUCN. (Photo Credit: Patricia D Moehlman, IUCN)
The true wild Tarpan comes from Russia and is actually an extinct species, the last two on the planet died within a decade of each other in the late 19th century. Today’s version of the Tarpan, also called the Heck Horse is a genetic recreation of the old breed.
The púca is primarily a creature of Irish folklore. It takes the form of a sleek black horse with a flowing mane and luminescent golden eyes