Breton Horse

This breed has certainly developed over time. During the Middle Ages, there were two strains; the Sommier Breton and the Rossier. At the end of the 19th century, another development called the Draught Breton.

Origin: local horse of Britanny, France.

Colour: bay, grey, chestnut, red, roan blue.

Height: between 14.3 and 16.3hh.

Conformation: large head, straight profile, short bulky neck, compact stocky body, broad square quarters, short strong legs, small hard feet.

Character: easy-going, sociable breed .

Uses: Draught work.