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PRE (Andalusian). Throughout history, the Iberian breeds have been influenced by many different peoples and cultures who occupied Spain, including the Celts, the Carthaginians, the Romans, various Germanic tribes and the Moors. In the south, the influence of Barb horses in the existing breeds was stronger, especially for the Muslim conquest. A special type of horses appeared in the south. So special, that in 13th century, a law banned to use southern mares to produce mules, only horses.

PRE (Andalusian). Throughout history, the Iberian breeds have been influenced by many different peoples and cultures who occupied Spain, including the Celts, the Carthaginians, the Romans, various Germanic tribes and the Moors. In the south, the influence of Barb horses in the existing breeds was stronger, especially for the Muslim conquest. A special type of horses appeared in the south. So special, that in 13th century, a law banned to use southern mares to produce mules, only horses.

The Hispano-Árabe has been bred in Andalusia since 1800. The current breed standard was published in 2002, and modified in 2005. At the end of 2010, a total of 5835 horses were registered, of which approximately 60% were in Andalusia. The breed is considered a "Raza Autóctona en Peligro de Extinción", or autochthonous breed in danger of extinction. GHANDARA hispano Árabe(Há)

The Hispano-Árabe has been bred in Andalusia since 1800. The current breed standard was published in 2002, and modified in 2005. At the end of 2010, a total of 5835 horses were registered, of which approximately 60% were in Andalusia. The breed is considered a "Raza Autóctona en Peligro de Extinción", or autochthonous breed in danger of extinction. GHANDARA hispano Árabe(Há)

Galician pony, riding variety. Faca Galega in Galician language, recently called Caballo de Pura Raza Gallega (Galician Purebred). They are small horses, pony sized. Their origin is believed to be in the small horses brought to Galicia, in the north of Spain, by the Celts (7th Century bc). They belong to the same type of small horses in Portugal, Scotland and Finland, so it is presumed that they had the same origin. This breed is currently being recovered from a few individuals left.

Galician pony, riding variety. Faca Galega in Galician language, recently called Caballo de Pura Raza Gallega (Galician Purebred). They are small horses, pony sized. Their origin is believed to be in the small horses brought to Galicia, in the north of Spain, by the Celts (7th Century bc). They belong to the same type of small horses in Portugal, Scotland and Finland, so it is presumed that they had the same origin. This breed is currently being recovered from a few individuals left.

The Hispano-Árabe has been bred in Andalusia since 1800. The current breed standard was published in 2002, and modified in 2005. At the end of 2010, a total of 5835 horses were registered, of which approximately 60% were in Andalusia. The breed is considered a "Raza Autóctona en Peligro de Extinción", or autochthonous breed in danger of extinction. Img.Hispano árabe - Spanish Arabian of Marqués de Villarreal

The Hispano-Árabe has been bred in Andalusia since 1800. The current breed standard was published in 2002, and modified in 2005. At the end of 2010, a total of 5835 horses were registered, of which approximately 60% were in Andalusia. The breed is considered a "Raza Autóctona en Peligro de Extinción", or autochthonous breed in danger of extinction. Img.Hispano árabe - Spanish Arabian of Marqués de Villarreal

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