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Andalusian horse - History of the breed, Breed Characteristics

carthusian

A breed of horse; height, 16 hands/1·6 m/5½ ft; grey (occasionally black); developed in Spain over many centuries by crossing African, Spanish, and German horses; a less refined version is called the Andalusian-Carthusian or Carthusian.

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