Finnhorse stallion Voiveikko. Palomino is a rare color of Finnhorses

The Finnhorse is the only breed fully developed by Finland. Needless to say it's their national horse.

Finnhorse stallions of four different types: a) Trotter type, b) Riding horse type, c) Pony-sized type, d) Draught horse type

types of the Finnhorse: a) trotter type; b) riding horse type; c) pony-sized type; d) draught horse type

The black Finnhorse stallion Kuningas Ässä doing dressage

The black Finnhorse stallion Kuningas Ässä doing dressage

A rare black Finnhorse stallion Silvolan Hemminki

A rare black Finnhorse stallion Silvolan Hemminki

Finnhorse stallion Veksaus. Looks like a black but can't be one. Both its sire and dam are chestnuts. Veksaus has also sired 11 foals and all of them are chestnuts (dams are chestnuts, except one which is bay). If Veksaus was black, at least 50% of its foals out of chestnut mares would be blacks or bays.

Finnhorse stallion Veksaus. Looks like a black but can't be one. Both its sire and dam are chestnuts. Veksaus has also sired 11 foals and all of them are chestnuts (dams are chestnuts, except one which is bay). If Veksaus was black, at least 50% of its foals out of chestnut mares would be blacks or bays.

Trotter-type Finnhorse stallion Juppe Hoo

Trotter-type Finnhorse stallion Juppe Hoo

Finnhorse stallion Pilven Pyhimys was accepted to studbook with 3rd prize as a riding horse. © Pirje Fager-Pintilä

Finnhorse stallion Pilven Pyhimys was accepted to studbook with prize as a riding horse.

Finnhorse stallion Tussarin Luonnos

The horse is one of two extant subspecies of Equus ferus. It is an odd-toed ungulate mammal belonging to the taxonomic family Equidae.

Veeran Taaveri, riding-type Finnhorse stallion

Veeran Taaveri, riding-type Finnhorse stallion

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