There Are Few Things More Beautiful than These Nimble Gipsy Vanners

You have to take a look at a beautiful video of GYPSY VANNERS! Wow - every horse lovers dream! These horses are so amazing you can't help but fall in love with their gracefulness and beauty, captured in a video that shows them doing everything from pulling carts to gypsy caravans, being ridden by their owners, to running freely in a field. You could easily watch this video over and over, as these horses are just so beautiful. This viral horse lovers video viewed over 10,000,000 times! And it's no wonder they strike such a stunning pose of an animal that we have loved for centuries. This great gypsy vanner horse video offers a peek into just how beautiful these horses are. It's especially nice to see them running in the meadow and beach with other gypsy vanners, a vision of beauty and freedom.

Gypsy Vanner horses are from the British Isles. They are a small, and solid built horse. They are known to be the only broken-coloured horse type of breed in the British Isles and is are particularly known and associated with the Roma and Pavee travelling peoples of Ireland and Britain. There was no breed association or stud-book for this type of horse breed until 1996. Gypsy Vanners are now considered a breed and can be registered with a number of breed associations. The stunning horse can be referred to and known as the Gypsy Cob, Gypsy Horse, Gypsy Vanner or Tinker Horse. The Drum Horse is a horse that is similar in appearance, but larger.In the British Isles from approximately 1850, the travelling people of this area began to use a distinct type of horse to pull their gypsy vardos, the caravans in which they had just begun to live and travel. The colour and look of the horse breed were refined in the years after the Second World War happened. The horses of this type were first exported into the United States in 1996.

Humans have long loved horses. They are a beautiful and majestic creature that humans domesticated thousands of years ago, so they have been by our sides for a long time. Worldwide, horses play an important role in human cultures and have done so over a millennia. Domestic horses are used for all sorts of things from leisure activities, working purposes and sports. The communication between horses and humans is very important in any equestrian activity. People of all ages and different physical and mental disabilities can benefit from their association with horses. You will find therapeutic riding used to help people with mental and physical disabilities and to aid and stimulate disabled persons and help them to improve their lives through increased self-confidence, improved balance and coordination, and a greater feeling of freedom and independence.

The anatomy of a horse allows them to make use of their speed to escape predators, and they are also known to have a well-developed sense of balance and a strong fight or flight response. This is helpful need to flee from predators in the wild is an unusual trait. Did you know that horses can sleep both standing up and lying down? Female horses, also known as mares, carry their young for about 11 months, and a young horse, also called a foal, can stand and run shortly following birth. Many domesticated horses begin training under saddle or in harness between the ages of two and four years. They reach full adult development by age five, and have an average lifespan of between 25 and 30 years.

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