Breed Released: October 20, 2008 Found On: Grass
Originating in southeastern France, the Camargue is found in marshes and watery plains and even has the nickname "horses of the sea". Though called horses, due to their relatively short stature, they would technically be considered ponies. Farmers and ranchers known as "guardians" ride the Camargue and use the horse to round up the black bulls that also roam the plains. This breed is semi-wild and has adapted to extreme weather so is not stabled. They are known for their sure-footedness, endurance and even temperament. The Camargue ranges from 13-14.1hh.