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Origins and attitudes
Saddle horse from Ireland. More than a real breed, like the Irish Cob, it is a type of horse.
It derives from thoroughbred stallions and Hunter mares and is usually a half-breed, although in many cases there are trocar. Widespread in Ireland and Great Britain. Elegant and noble, used in hunting, walking and equestrian sports.
Main cloaks: bay, gray, chestnut.
Average height at the withers: 155 cm.
Docile and loyal character.
Irish hack (photo www.cushavonpark.com.au)