|An upper level dressage Gypsy.|
|Drum horses were bred to carry kettle drums in |
the Queen of England's Band of the Life Guards
Some typical trait of Gypsy Vanners include their abundant hair - they have thick feathering on their legs long and full manes and tails, and typically have a beard. They fall into the small draft category and tend to have a lot of bone, though usually not a lot of height. They are most commonly pinto patterned (I believe the most common color is piebald), but can come in any color, solid included.
|Doing what it was bred to do|
They're a pretty versatile breed. Originally bred to be a flashy cart horse (hence their knee action), they are also successufully shown in dressage, jumping, eventing and western. One of their greatest traits is their gentle, curious and sweet natures.
|The prettiest buckskin color I've ever seen.|
|A western Gypsy - they exist!|
|They can make some very cute jumpers!|
|A gorgeous palomino stallion|
|Eventing a Gypsy is definitely do-able.|