The gray Andalusians impress with their power and elegance.
Known as the Pure Spanish Race, the Andalusian has had a great influence on modern horse breeds.
These horses have been bred throughout the history of the Iberian Peninsula for tribes, merchants, cavalry and riding schools and appreciated for their natural grace and agility. Characteristic of this breed are a strong but cooperative temperament and strong but controlled movements.
It is used in many activities, from dressage to bullfighting to driving.
Andalusians have a particularly strong hindquarters and show a high, elegant leg action.
The Andalusian is a compact horse with a height of 1.50 to 1.60 meters.
Andalusian stallions were often the favorite horses of kings.
Scientific. Name, Equus ferus
Distribution, Worldwide Danger