Cavallo del Ventasso. Critically endangered. Img: IL PORTALE DEL CAVALLO - razze equine

Cavallo del Ventasso. Critically endangered. Img: IL PORTALE DEL CAVALLO - razze equine

The Ventasso Horse (Italian: Cavallo del Ventasso) is a rare breed of horse originating from the upper Val d'Enza valley in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. It is one of the fifteen indigenous horse "breeds of limited distribution" recognised by the AIA, the Italian breeders' association.

The Ventasso Horse (Italian: Cavallo del Ventasso) is a rare breed of horse originating from the upper Val d'Enza valley in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. It is one of the fifteen indigenous horse "breeds of limited distribution" recognised by the AIA, the Italian breeders' association.

La Forestale promuove il Cavallo del Ventasso

La Forestale promuove il Cavallo del Ventasso

Geldings - Horse Breeders Ventasso

Geldings - Horse Breeders Ventasso

Geldings - Horse Breeders Ventasso

Geldings - Horse Breeders Ventasso

Cavallo del Ventasso. Ventasso horse. They are well proportioned and expressive, with a straight profile and a muscular, medium-length neck. The shoulder is sloping. The chest is deep and the back is of good length. bay and gray are the most common colours. It is critically endangered with less than 50 individuals.

Cavallo del Ventasso. Ventasso horse. They are well proportioned and expressive, with a straight profile and a muscular, medium-length neck. The shoulder is sloping. The chest is deep and the back is of good length. bay and gray are the most common colours. It is critically endangered with less than 50 individuals.

IL #CAVALLO DEL VENTASSO. Il nome e la storia del Cavallo del Ventasso è antichissima e deriva dall'omonimo monte situato nell'alta Val d'Enza dove la presenza di cavalli è documentata sin dai tempi del Duca Ferdinando di Borbone a quelli dei Serenissimi Farnese ed al Ducato di Maria Luigia d'Austria. Per continuare a conoscere la razza: https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/vademecum-del-cavallo-secondo/id765697733?mt=8&uo=4 Grazie.

IL #CAVALLO DEL VENTASSO. Il nome e la storia del Cavallo del Ventasso è antichissima e deriva dall'omonimo monte situato nell'alta Val d'Enza dove la presenza di cavalli è documentata sin dai tempi del Duca Ferdinando di Borbone a quelli dei Serenissimi Farnese ed al Ducato di Maria Luigia d'Austria. Per continuare a conoscere la razza: https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/vademecum-del-cavallo-secondo/id765697733?mt=8&uo=4 Grazie.

The Ventasso Horse breed was formed through the interbreeding of local horses with the Lipizzaner and the Maremmano. Until the 1940s the horses were supplied to the military. Today it is used as a general riding horse and as a competition sport horse. It is critically endangered, with less than 50 purebred horses remaining. Img: IL PORTALE DEL CAVALLO - razze equine

The Ventasso Horse breed was formed through the interbreeding of local horses with the Lipizzaner and the Maremmano. Until the 1940s the horses were supplied to the military. Today it is used as a general riding horse and as a competition sport horse. It is critically endangered, with less than 50 purebred horses remaining. Img: IL PORTALE DEL CAVALLO - razze equine

The Ventasso Horse breed was formed through the interbreeding of local horses with the Lipizzaner and the Maremmano. Until the 1940s the horses were supplied to the military. Today it is used as a general riding horse and as a competition sport horse. It is critically endangered, with less than 50 purebred horses remaining. Img: Furioso del Ventasso

The Ventasso Horse breed was formed through the interbreeding of local horses with the Lipizzaner and the Maremmano. Until the 1940s the horses were supplied to the military. Today it is used as a general riding horse and as a competition sport horse. It is critically endangered, with less than 50 purebred horses remaining. Img: Furioso del Ventasso

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VENTASSO HORSES Photo by Davide Oldani — National Geographic Your Shot

VENTASSO HORSES Photo by Davide Oldani — National Geographic Your Shot

Rifugio Santa Maria Maddalena sul monte Ventasso

Rifugio Santa Maria Maddalena sul monte Ventasso

Monte Ventasso visto dal fiume Secchia a valle di Busana

Monte Ventasso visto dal fiume Secchia a valle di Busana

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