Falabella

The Falabella is an Argentine breed of pony developed during the 19th century. They are miniature horses, standing 9 hands high, and are friendly and intelligent but liable to be temperamental at times.
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Falabella

The Falabella miniature horse is one of the smallest breeds of horse in the world, seldom taller than {hands|8} in height at the withers. The Falabella, despite its size, is not considered a pony, but rather is a miniature horse. ==History of the Falabella== The ancestral stock of the horse of South America descended from horses brought to the wes
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Falabella

[disambiguation] Falabella is a miniature horse breed. It may also refer to: ==Business== ==People== ...
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Falabella

[retail store] Falabella is a multinational chain of department stores owned by Chilean multinational company S.A.C.I. Falabella, is the largest south american department store. ==History== The company was founded by Salvatore Falabella, an Italian Chilean immigrant, in 1889. In its original form, it was a tailor shop but today has become t
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