Connemara Horse Breed
 

Connemara Horses

Named after the area of Connaught in Ireland. Its origins are unclear. They are bred all over Europe, Australia, and America, and compete in most equestrian activities: dressage, show jumping, cross country, long-distance riding, hunting and driving.

Height: 13-14 hands

Color: Most often grey, also dun (gray-brown), brown, bay, black, roan, or chestnut

Personality: Hardy, gentle, strong, and intelligent, making them ideal for both adults and children to ride.

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