|horseluver250 ||12-11-2009 09:00 AM |
Gypsy Cob vs. Gypsy Vanner
Can someone please tell me what the difference is between a "cob" and a "vanner". I was under the impression that a "Vanner" was a purebred, and a "cob" could be a crossbred (at least 50% gypsy).
|Speed Racer ||12-11-2009 09:47 AM |
Horseluver, see the Gypsy Vanner Debate thread on this forum.
No need to rehash what's been discussed ad nauseum on the other thread.
|horseluver250 ||12-11-2009 10:54 AM |
I read through some of that, just seems like everyone argueing and I didn't bother reading the whole thing.
I was really just interested in the US registry ONLY, what can be registered as a vanner vs. cob, nothing more than that.
|sillybunny11486 ||12-11-2009 11:04 AM |
Check the registry website?
|horseluver250 ||12-11-2009 11:31 AM |
Thanks, I had found the gypsy cob and drum horse assoc too, seems like there are quite a few registries in the US
|Lobelia Overhill ||12-11-2009 06:09 PM |
They are the same thing, Vanner is the American term for an Irish/Gypsy Cob.
i thought they were the same thing?
|ShutUpJoe ||12-12-2009 12:03 PM |
I thought it was size, lol.
|Aoi Miku ||12-13-2009 12:36 PM |
Same thing just Vanner is a glorified name for Cob.
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