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    The Gypsy Horse (USA, UK, AU), also known as the Gypsy Cob (UK, NZ), Coloured Cob (UK, Ireland, parts of Continental Europe), Gypsy Vanner (US, CAN), Irish Cob, and Tinker Horse (parts of Continental Europe),[1] is a horse breed originally developed by Romanichal peoples native to the British Isles.

  • Morgan Lewis

    Gypsy Vanner. Stunning animals.

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