1 results found in The Skyros breed generally stands between 9.1 and 11 hands (92 to 112 cm) high, and may be, bay, dun, brown or black. The small-bodied species of the Skyrian horse is one of the rarest horse breeds in the world. Advertise your Skyrian for only £7 until sold.
Genuine enquiries only please. Introducing Ernie, 6 year old Skyrian horse stallion, broken to ride and drive.
Good to do in all ways. Just read up on theses rare endangered horses. The Skyrian horse is one of Europe's oldest breeds, existing almost exclusively on the Greek Island of Skyros for 2,000 years. Up until World War II they numbered in the thousands. Locals used them for agricultural purposes due to their incredible strength but loss of habitat and interbreeding have decimated their numbers and continue to threaten the existing population.
Fun facts you may not know about this. They stand just 3.2 to 3.6 feet tall. From a distance, the Skyrian horse could easily be mistaken for a larger horse. They share many of the same proportions of traditionally larger horses but are sometimes called Skyrian ponies due to their small stature. They stand a mere 3.2 to 3.6 feet or 100 to 110 cm tall. Scientists believe that their tiny stature is an adaptation to the conditions.
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