Small but mighty, the Fjord horse is one of the world’s oldest and purest breeds. Dated back to the Viking era the Fjord horses have been selectively bred for at least 2000 years. The fjord horses are strongly built. measuring between 13-14 hands, and fall into the 900 -1200 pound range. These mild-tempered horses are strong enough to plow the fields, sure-footed enough to climb mountains, and still compete as a sport horse in combined driving. Join Heather as she more information on the Fjord horses genetic coloring and learn all about the breed and its uses.
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