Andalusian Stallion

Clothed in gray, Andalusians display elegant strength.

Horses Edit

Stallion: 13607 Edit

Size:  17 × 3 × 10 cm (W/D/H)

This Stallion became a collectible at the end of 2014, features on the 2014 collector's poster on Schleich's website.

Andalusian Mare

Mare: 13668 Edit

Size:  12.9 × 5 × 9.5 cm (W/D/H) This Stallion became a collectible at the end of 2016, features on the 2016 collector's poster on Schleich's website.

Mare: 13793 Edit

This Mare is new in January 2016

Foal: 13669 Edit

Size:  8.5 × 2.5 × 8 cm (W/D/H)

This foal has been around for a while, potentially popular for it's beautiful buckskin colouring and perky stance.
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Binomial name Edit

Equus ferus

Conservations status Edit

Domesticated [do]

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Biology Edit

Andalusian Foal

Andalusian stallions were the preferred horses of royalty. Known as the Spanish horse, the Andalusian is a major influence on modern horse breeds. Bred through history for tribes, traders, cavalry and riding academies throughout the Iberian Peninsula, these horses were prized for their natural balance and agility. Characterized by a bold but willing temperament and strong yet controlled movement, this breed is popular for many events including dressage, bullfighting and pulling carriages. With particularly strong hindquarters, Andalusians move with a high, graceful action. The Andalusian stallion is a compact horse measuring fifteen to sixteen hands, the unit of measurement for horses in which one hand is equivalent to four inches.

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