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North Light Badger, original made in England

North Light Badger, original made in England

Icelandic Horses | Scandinavia Standard

Icelandic Horses | Scandinavia Standard

'Circling Carousels ' a saga of 3 generations of girls in a world of fear - by Ashlee North http://ashleenorthauthor.com/

'Circling Carousels ' a saga of 3 generations of girls in a world of fear - by Ashlee North http://ashleenorthauthor.com/

Free Pictures Of Carousel Horses | Picture of A colorful horse close-up on a carousel at the fair ground

Free Pictures Of Carousel Horses | Picture of A colorful horse close-up on a carousel at the fair ground

The North Swedish Horse (Swedish: Nordsvensk) is a small heavy horse originating in Sweden. According to different sources, it is considered a light draft horse or a "universal type horse". The breed also has lighter lines, bred for harness racing. The North Swedish Horse is active and tough. It is still used for forestry work.

The North Swedish Horse (Swedish: Nordsvensk) is a small heavy horse originating in Sweden. According to different sources, it is considered a light draft horse or a "universal type horse". The breed also has lighter lines, bred for harness racing. The North Swedish Horse is active and tough. It is still used for forestry work.

The aurochs, the ancestor of domestic cattle, is a type of large wild cattle which inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa, but which is now extinct; they survived in Europe until the last recorded aurochs, a female, died in the Jaktorów Forest, Poland in 1627. During the early Holocene, aurochs were domesticated. In modern cattle, breeds share characteristics of the aurochs, such as a dark colour of the bulls with a light eel stripe and light colour in cows, or a typical aurochs-like horn…

The aurochs, the ancestor of domestic cattle, is a type of large wild cattle which inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa, but which is now extinct; they survived in Europe until the last recorded aurochs, a female, died in the Jaktorów Forest, Poland in 1627. During the early Holocene, aurochs were domesticated. In modern cattle, breeds share characteristics of the aurochs, such as a dark colour of the bulls with a light eel stripe and light colour in cows, or a typical aurochs-like horn…

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