While I love to photograph any type of horse, I am definitely drawn to the Gypsy Vanner horse in particular.
I love their flowing manes and tails and gorgeous movement. They have such a variety of colors and patterns and amazing personalities.
History of the Gypsy Vanner Horse Breed
Gypsy Vanner horses did not arrive in North America until 1996.
Gypsy Vanners are small-sized draft horses. They have the Shire, Clydesdale, and Dales in their lineage.
They are recognized by body type and are not a color breed. The Gypsy Vanner horse comes in a variety of colors.
The breed is also known as the Gypsy Cob, Tinker Cob, and Tinker Horse.