Vallina's Tip Isle : Horse Isle Help & Guides! - Florida Cracker

Florida Cracker

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Black Brown Bay Dun White Grey Palomino Chestnut

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Breed Released: January 7, 2009
Found On: Grass
Believed to be descended from the Spanish horses brought to the United States in the 1500s, the Florida Cracker got its name from the Florida cowmen because of the "crack" of their cow whips. This breed is a rare, gaited breed known for its natural, ground covering gaits. They also are very agile with great endurance and have great "cow sense". The Florida Cracker ranges in height from 13.2-15.2hh.

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