Horses

  • (Português do Brasil) Puro Sangue Árabe

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Puro Sangue Árabe

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Puro Sangue Árabe

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Puro Sangue Árabe

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Puro Sangue Árabe

    One of the earliest known equine breeds, the Pure Arabian Blood resisted the centuries and was consecrated as one of the most beautiful horses in existence, having records of its domesticated existence as far back as 4,000 BC in Mesopotamia, is Iraq.

    Of undisputed beauty, with delicate features and elegant bearing, the Pure Arabian Blood is also characterized by its speed, endurance and agility. Not by chance, it was used as a war horse by several ancient peoples, mainly in the Mesopotamian, Middle East and North Africa regions.


  • (Português do Brasil) Pampa

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Pampa

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Pampa

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

  • (Português do Brasil) Pampa

    Popular for his appearances in western type films and war between American armies and Indians, the Pampa horse is well known around the world. Its bright and colorful coat is its most popular feature. The Pampa or Paint Horse also possesses special abilities with its courage, agility and speed.

    In Brazil, it was introduced through Berber and Dutch horses, during the colonization period. As a result of the mix of these breeds, the Brazilian Pampa has a particular and functional characteristic that is highly esteemed: its gait naturally marched. They are qualified as equines ideal for leisure, in the development of activities such as equestrian tourism and horseback riding.

  • (Português do Brasil) Pampa

    Popular for his appearances in western type films and war between American armies and Indians, the Pampa horse is well known around the world. Its bright and colorful coat is its most popular feature. The Pampa or Paint Horse also possesses special abilities with its courage, agility and speed.

    In Brazil, it was introduced through Berber and Dutch horses, during the colonization period. As a result of the mix of these breeds, the Brazilian Pampa has a particular and functional characteristic that is highly esteemed: its gait naturally marched. They are qualified as equines ideal for leisure, in the development of activities such as equestrian tourism and horseback riding.

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