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The Fjord horse is one of the world’s oldest breeds and is a small and light draught horse used in the mountainous regions of Norway as a farm horse. They are a strong and agile breed. They are all dun colored with 5 variations: brown, red, grey, white and yellow.
Unique in appearance, they display a compact body, sturdy legs and a strong, arched neck. Their coat becomes thicker in wintertime but naturally have a long mane commonly cut in a crescent shape. They all have primitive markings that include a dorsal stripe, darker make and tail which created a two tone effect, horizontal stripes on their forearms and sometimes transverse stripes on the withers. They also have pangare traits.
They are sure-footed, good tempered and can be used for heavy work, riding, driving, competition, sport and even used in therapeutic schools.
Fjord Horses For Sale In Alabama
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