About Baluchi Horses
Baluchi (also known as Beledougou, or Banamba) horses are
native to the Baluchistan, Sindh and Punjab Provinces in Pakistan. However,
they are most likely related to the West African Barb horses of Mali, Africa.
They share the same ancestors as the Waziri, which is a smaller horse breed
known for their strength, good structure, and stamina.
Baluchi horses are on average about 14 hands high. They have
a medium-sized fine head, straight or slightly curved profile, large eyes,
tulip ears that turn inward and touch, a long muscular neck, pronounced
withers, a short strong back, and fine strong legs with good joints and defined
tendons. There are found in bay, chestnut, or gray.
horses are known for their strength and endurance. They are used for riding,
tent pegging, light draft work, and pulling carts. They also have an even
temperament and are easy to train.