Monday, October 22, 2012

Marco Carmassi

Carmague horses are traditionally used for cattle work and while their average height is only about 14 hands, they have strong build.

The Camargue is an ancient breed famed for stamina, hardiness and intelligence in the harsh environment of the marshes. 

Born brown or black, they grow paler as they age, developing a light grey colouring. 

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