About Jaca Navarra HorsesJaca Navarra

Jaca Navarra (also known as Poney Navarro, Caballo Navarro, Caballo Vasco-navarro, Caballito de Andia, Caballito de las Amescoas, or Caballito de la Barranca, Jaca de Montana, Raza de Pamplona, or Raza Pamplonica) are small horses from the Navarre region of northern Spain.  

They are listed in the Catalogo Oficial de Razas de Ganado de Espana in the group of autochthonous breeds in danger of extinction. The total population of the Jaca Navarra has been variously estimated at 350 (in 1999), 250 (in 2000), and 240 and decreasing (in 1997). In April 2011 the total population was reported to be 899, all of which were in Navarre. The breed is listed by the FAO as Endangered.

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About Java HorsesJava

Java ponies were developed on the island of Java in Indonesia. Most likely they are descended from wild forebears of Mongolian Wild Horses. There are eight breeds native to Indonesia, the others are the Batak Pony, Gayoe, Deli pony, Bali Pony, Sumba, and Sumbawa Pony, and Timor Pony. The Dutch East India Company played a part in the development of many different Indonesian breeds through their introduction of oriental horses. Their first factory was established on the island of Java during the 1500s and from that time on they have imported harness and pack horses. A large part of the Java''s heritage is due to the crossing of local stock with Arabian and Barb horses that were imported.

The average height is about 11.2-12.2 h ...

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About Jejus HorsesJejus

Jejus (or Jejuma) are horses native to Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, Republic of Korea. There is a diverse array of types, each differently identified depending on their coat color. Jeju horses mature well in harsh conditions due to their strength and fitness. With an outstanding tolerance of low temperatures, they have been mostly pastured without the need for horse blankets or stables.  

Jeju horses were once considered to be endangered. Following the nation’s industrialization period of the 1960s, Jeju horses became impractical to use with the distribution of new agricultural machinery and developments in means of transportation. In response, the Government of the Republic of Korea designated the Jeju horse ...

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About Jutland HorsesJutland

Jutland horses originate from Denmark. They have been rumored to have given the English Suffolk Punch horses their own history, but many feel it may be the other way around. The Suffolk breed is considered the latter of the two, but also a more refined version. One stallion in particular named Oppenheim LXII was one of the Suffolk Punch variations that went on to be imported to Denmark. Just six generations later down the line, the horse Aldrup Menkedal was given the label as being the founder of the breed. Virtually all Jutland horses can be linked to the Hovding and the Prins of Jylland and their two sons. In 1928, Jutland horses were traded to buy the Copenhagen area brewery called Carlsberg. During those times, the brewery had ...

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