Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Boulder, colorado
The gypsy horse can be any size shape pattern or color. It's more of a type of horse with heavy bone and feather. I personally love them though I'm biased... I've always been partial to draft horses but, I don't enjoy paying more for tack, farrier, taller/larger trailers, etc... Gypsy's are the perfect size for me horse sized, with a draft personality, and generally super friendly (though any horse can be)... I've seen tons of these horses doing anything from side saddle to harness work (part of my reason for buying a gypsy horse)personally I'm trying to work my filly into harness so maybe you should look around some more. Rarely do I see owners just walking their horses around I believe I read somewhere that statistically gypsy owners show their horses more than many other breeds with many times the registered numbers.
Also, the price of the breed is pretty reasonable now a days, high quality horses are selling for extremely discounted to what they were just a few years ago... Not to mention when you compare to back in the mid '80s when everyone was all hyped up about arabs and they ended up selling on average for over $100,000
life has no remote control hitch them up and drive them your self
Last edited by Ashleysmardigrasgirl; 02-01-2013 at 09:20 PM.