Kuc feliński gelding Elf II. Kuc feliński is actually a Polish riding pony, created since 70's by crossing the local small breeds (Konik, Huzul) with Arabs, Malopolskis, Welsh Ponies (at least Mountain) and Shetland ponies. The goal was to create a high quality riding pony for children that was also quite economical to keep. Typically they're 125-136 cm at withers and colors are varied: black, bay, chestnut, dun, grulla, gray, tobiano, palomino, roan... And all the combinations!
Peneia Pony is the biggest of Greek ponies and also the rarest and least-known. They're from Peloponnese area. The herdbook is fairly new (1995) but the breed is older. It was developed by crossing Pindos-related local stock with imported horses. Their height varies from 105 to 142 cm and some of them are gaited. They've been used as drafts, pack animals, and mounts. The most common colors are the basics: black, bay, chestnut and gray, but also other colors may exist.
Estonian Sport Horse (ESH) gelding Safiir. Estonia has a long tradition of horse breeding, but the ESH registry was established as late as 2001. ESH is a high-quality sport horse with both European and Russian background. This gelding has lots of TB in its pedigree but also Trakehner and Budyonny ancestors.
IHB was created by Indian army during century as good cavalry horses were needed. It was created by crossing TB's and Australian Walers with local oriental horses, Kathiawaris and Marwaris. Photo by Bob Langrish
This is a Kinsky Warmblood. They often have a metallic sheen to their coat though not as pronounced as the Akhal Teke breed. The Kinsky is a fairly rare breed and there are only a handful of them in the USA