Iisa Mikkonen
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DF did I just see?? IDK but it was funny

Best of the Funny Disney Swap Faces. That Pocahontas one with the raccoon makes me want to pee myself. The Lilo and Stitch one is just scary.

Ever wonder how big the Game of Thrones direwolves actually are? <<<…

pinning for size reference if I ever write werewolf fic. I will never worry about conservation of mass in the transition between wolf form and human form again, though.

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…

Finnhorse. A breed with both riding horse and draft horse characteristics - the only breed developed fully in Finland. It is sometimes called the Finnish Universal as it's considered capable of fulfilling all of the country's horse needs, from agricultural work to harness racing and pleasure riding. The national horse breed of Finland. photo: kaarne2

A breed with both riding horse and draft horse characteristics - the only breed developed fully in Finland. It is sometimes called the Finnish.

Finnhorse stallion Vekselin Ihme was a bit of a mystery for its color. Its both parents are chestnuts with some white markings, nothing big, though. Ihme itself left 2 foals, both chestnuts without excessive white markings... What its color is and where it did come from, no one knows for sure. Based on what Ihme looks like it might be a loudly marked sabino or perhaps some kind of a dominant white. Sabino is possible, it's known to occur in Finnhorses (although never this white).

Finnhorse stallion Vekselin Ihme was a bit of a mystery for its color.

Finnhorse - stallion E.V. Jovankka

Finnhorse - stallion E.V. Jovankka