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Moyle horses are famous for their frontal bosses, refered to as horns, thought to be inherited from Asian ancestors. Moyle horses were developed in Idaho by Rex Moyle from Mustangs brought from Utah. According to some studies, it is said that the Moyle may have descended from the Spanish Carthusian horses.  

Moyles are extraordinarily fast and agile--more than most breeds. They perform well in the equestrian arena as well. They excel on race tracks, endurance competitions, and do well over jumps. They are extremely strong. Their conformation is stronger than most breeds. Moyle horses have an exceptionally large rib cage and their internal organs are large. Moyles have strong shoulders that are widely spaced and muscular forelegs. The Moyle breed is rare and its numbers are declining. They are intelligent and willful; however, also friendly.

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