The Marwari horse is native to the Marwar region of India, and its origins are entwined with local folklore.
According to Shri Mahant Baba Balak Dasji Maharaj, the head Priest of the Monastery at Kalabar, and a breeder of Marwari horses, the breed can be traced to a period, “when the ocean was churned to extract nectar for the Gods…a period when horses had wings.”
Colour: bay, brown, chestnut, pinto.
Height: up to 14.3hh.
Character: generally of good disposition.
The Marwari Horse Breeder’s Association
Umaid Bhawan Palace
Jodhpur, India (342006)