This seemed like a favorite to alot of you guys....So I decided to post a topic on Gypsy Vanners...I don't know a whole lot about gypsy vanners and Rarely do I see them (even less then friesians) So I thought we could all have a disscussion and I could learn more!
Snap I've got one she's about 13.2 rising 2 I wonder how big shel get? [anyones guess] I doubt 15 hands as I was told when I bought her almost a year ago, she's a piebold very affectionate although very moody of late I think its the winter dragging on, She needs to remember her manners and im going to have to get tougher, when the weather picks up and nights get lighter well be able to spend more time with them, hopefully shel be that little angel again
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A heavy cob with feathers some call them a traditional type I couldnt say what makes a gypsy cob but its the heavy breeds ie of the feathered such as fell pony dales going upwards to the drummer there larger 15.2 plus theese will have cross of the shire horses don't get angry with me im not a expert theres loads of breads that make up this kind bread but you get the idea
Hehe wicked ur all talkin bout my fave type of horse! when I was little I new an old lady who had one, it was so cute and I love them to bits, it was gorgeous with a silky long mane. Hehe I luv cobz and gypsy vanners are the best :)