Bosnian Mountain Horse

Mountain Bosnian Horse

Bosnian Mountain Horse or Bosnian Pony is a breed of small domestic horses that make up the largest part of the horse population in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Properties and breeding of the Bosnian mountain horse, description and photo This undersized horse that lives on the whole Balkan. The Bosnian mountain horses have been a means of transport for the inhabitants of the Balkans for more than two thousand years.

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Mountain Bosnian Horse

Bosnian mountain horse is a small house horse race that makes up the bulk of the horse breeding in today's Bosnia and Herzegovina (one country). Those saddlebacks are very similar to Konik and Hucul Ponys and have a common ancestor. These three races form the "Balkan races".

It is thought that they come from a crossing between the Tarpan and Mongolian Wild Horse races, although the race was partially attenuated. In the meantime the Tarpan was added again and the better race characteristics were strengthened. The Bosnian mountain horse was rigorously controlled and selective in production at the beginning of the twentieth millennium.

There was a stallion centre in Gora?de, Bosnia and Herzegovina, when the state administration was controlling all the horses. That was before the Bosnian Wars, and there were stringent rules to guarantee the best and most powerful breeders. The horse populations declined drastically after the end of the Great Patriotic War, from 46,000 in 1990 to 7,000 in 2002.

Bosnian mountain horse is a small horse with 12.1 to 14 arms at the back of his hand, suitable for horseback rides, pulling, easy work on a farmyard and as a beast of burden in a place not suitable for cars.

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