Finnhorse

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Finnhorse
Finnhorse stallion, trotter section
Distinguishing featuresDry and strongly muscled, with strong bone and good hooves. Most often of chestnut colour.
Alternative namesFinnish Horse, Finnish Universal, Suokki
Country of originFinland
Breed standards
HipposBreed standards
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse is a horse breed developed in Finland. The Finnhorse is the national horse breed of Finland. It is suitable both for riding and to pull vehicles in races and as a workhorse.[1]

Studbook of Finnhorses was founded 1907. The horse is 156 cm high. It has many colours, but the main colours are brown and black. The Finnhorse has often white markings on the face and the legs.[1]

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