Barockpinto or Baroque Pinto. A sport horse 'type' rather than a breed, popular in Europe. Crossing Friesians with spotted warmbloods or thoroughbreds (never stock horses) creates a flashy Baroque horse agile enough for sport. Most are tobiano - this frame pattern horse is stunning.
A small, rustic horse native to the Pyrenees and Ariégeois mountains of southern France. Always black in color, the breed is known for its surefootedness on mountain terrain, as well as for its hardiness and docility.
The Noriker represents both the oldest of the old Austrian horse breeds and the only race in the field of modern Austria has its origin. Named after the former Roman province of Noricum, these horses were already known in the empire of Charlemagne.