Kustanair

The Kustanair is a breed of horse developed in Kazakhstan in the former U.S.S.R. in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They are used mainly for under-saddle and light draft work. ==History== The Kustanair was created at collective farms and state-farm studs in the steppes of western Kazakhstan, with most horses located at the Kustanai and Mai...
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Kustanair

The Kustanair is a Kazahkstan breed of saddle horse developed during the early 20th century and recognised as a breed in 1951. The Kustanair is a tough and hardy horse, calm and energetic and versatile both for riding and in the harness. The Kustanair stands between 15 and 15.2 hands high and may be bay, brown, chestnut, grey, black or roan in colo...
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