Please remember, that only one registry, designates sizes such as this. They also call their Gypsies 'Vanners'. The vast majority of Gypsy owners across the world, are not registered within this registry, do not call their horses Vanners and do not call the individual sizes by the names you quoted.
Lizzie is absolutely right. Correct me if I am wrong Lizzie, but they are also called Irish Cobs, Irish Tinker, Gypsy Cob. Probably a few other names as well. When crossed with a draft they are called a Gypsy Drum. The breed was developed in Europe by the Romany people. These people were called travelers or Gypsy's. The breed was developed, in a sense, from the horses that were left behind and not taken into military service. That is why so many are paints as that coloration is not desireable by military. They bred them to be very calm as the children of the Romany people often cared for the horses. They liked the flashy look, and used them to pull their wagon home or "Varda"
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