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Colourful Estonian « Picture Gallery « Estonian Native Horse

Colourful Estonian « Picture Gallery « Estonian Native Horse

Colourful Estonian « Picture Gallery « Estonian Native Horse

Colourful Estonian « Picture Gallery « Estonian Native Horse

Beautiful Estonian horse in the lightest shade of palomino, called isabella by many. photo: Rozpravka.

Beautiful Estonian horse in the lightest shade of palomino, called isabella by many. photo: Rozpravka.

Estonian Native / Klepper - gelding Vahvel

Estonian Native / Klepper - gelding Vahvel

Estonian Native gelding Eksel. Estonian Native is an old breed, there has been horses in the area of modern Estonia about 3000 years. They were bred by local farmers but during the Soviet time the breed almost disappeared as it was not used for agriculture. Estonian is quite small, height at withers is usually 138-148 cm. It comes in all solid colors.

Estonian Native gelding Eksel. Estonian Native is an old breed, there has been horses in the area of modern Estonia about 3000 years. They were bred by local farmers but during the Soviet time the breed almost disappeared as it was not used for agriculture. Estonian is quite small, height at withers is usually 138-148 cm. It comes in all solid colors.

Colourful Estonian « Picture Gallery « Estonian Native Horse

Colourful Estonian « Picture Gallery « Estonian Native Horse

Estonian Native / Klepper - gelding Elger

Estonian Native / Klepper - gelding Elger

Estonian Native gelding Amaretto

Estonian Native gelding Amaretto

With the mechanisation of transport and agriculture, Estonian horses became obsolete and the breed nearly died out, excluding the islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa.The breed was eventually revived with a new breeding program, and the breed's population has now reached circa 1000 animals in Estonia. It has recently been crossbred with Finnhorses to enhance its size, but it should be noted that both of these breeds are descended from the Forest Horse.

With the mechanisation of transport and agriculture, Estonian horses became obsolete and the breed nearly died out, excluding the islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa.The breed was eventually revived with a new breeding program, and the breed's population has now reached circa 1000 animals in Estonia. It has recently been crossbred with Finnhorses to enhance its size, but it should be noted that both of these breeds are descended from the Forest Horse.

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