Hello and thanks for the nice comments.
Original race called Irish cob and is the mother stud book and a Dutch studbook below the Irish.
It all started with a lady from Holland who bought several Irish cob and did not like that name so she named them tinker and started Tinker association for about thirty years ago.
So tinker association is a fairly young association.
To my knowledge, there are only these two unions that are valid for breeding.
Other names of the breed's nickname, and all horses of this breed shells inspected and approved by at least three judges.
Incidentally, this breed great to work with.
Extremely nice to drive and work with in the forest and they are also excellent to ride them they may actually go nicely in dressage and all breeds of horses can jump at least one meter