New breed: Galician Horse
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Only in spanish, sorry.
Galician pure - bred horses are described as docile temperate when reared in semi - free or stable conditions, with a straight or sub - concave profile, ellipometric and of sublonged proportions. They have a rise to the cross between 120 and 140 cm.
The head, wide front and flat with abundant mane, expressive eyes and thick lips with mustache is associated with a rounded abdomen and chest with depth, the helmets are small and strong. The limbs are thin, short and strong. The capes, that is to say, horsehair and tail are very populated, with a loose mane of strong and thick hairs. The coat should be necessarily brown or black and all those with different colors are not admitted as horses of this breed and are considered defects white or other colors on the forehead or on the legs. In general, his physical appearance defines him as a strong, robust and small horse, adapted to the mountains of the Galician Massif.
The Galician horse has traditionally been classified in the group of domestic horse or tarpan of type celtic pony, natives of the north of the Iberian peninsula
Possible disciplines and levels
Some geneticists believe that the Galician horse may be closely related to the Exmoor pony, so I thought about the levels of this breed.
The Association link takes me to a wordpress page that is incomplete... Do you have any sources that give more information with respect to breeding and registration? It's fine if they are in Spanish.