Iisa Mikkonen

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The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse (Finnish: Suomenhevonen, literally "horse of Finland"; nickname: Suokki, or Swedish: Finskt kallblod, literally "finnish cold-blood") is the only breed developed fully in Finland. In English it is sometimes called the Finnish Universal, as the Finns consider the breed capable of fulfilling all of Finland's horse needs, including agricultural and forestry work, harness racing, and riding. In 2007, the breed was declared the official national horse breed of…

The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse (Finnish: Suomenhevonen, literally "horse of Finland"; nickname: Suokki, or Swedish: Finskt kallblod, literally "finnish cold-blood") is the only breed developed fully in Finland. In English it is sometimes called the Finnish Universal, as the Finns consider the breed capable of fulfilling all of Finland's horse needs, including agricultural and forestry work, harness racing, and riding. In 2007, the breed was declared the official national horse breed of…

flaxen chestnut - Finnhorse stallion Veihaivei Jii

flaxen chestnut - Finnhorse stallion Veihaivei Jii

Finnhorse stallion Leivo, born in 1896

Finnhorse stallion Leivo, born in 1896

Finnhorse stallion Poika, born in 1888.

Finnhorse stallion Poika, born in

#Finnhorse stallion Vieskerin Virta. Most of Finnhorses are used for harness racing and for a good reason: Finnhorse is the fastest breed of cold-blood trotters.

Most Finnhorses are used for harness racing and for a good reason: Finnhorse is the fastest breed of cold-blood trotters.

The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse breed. The only breed fully developed in Finland.In 2007 the breed was declared the official national horse breed of Finland..Beautiful horses, well mannered, friendly..very strong breed which are used as working horses, show jumpers and more..

The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse breed. The only breed fully developed in Finland.In 2007 the breed was declared the official national horse breed of Finland.