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A little more about the breed:
The Lusitano horses are available in a variety of coats ranging from chestnut, gray and bay. The head is of medium size, narrow, well-proportioned with a jaw that is well defined. The ears are tiny with tips that are curved inwards. The eyes are vigorous and huge. The shoulders are masculine and the chest broad. When standing the horse is about sixty to sixty four inches above the ground due to its brawny and solid legs. This horse is long but slightly shorter at the back which makes it have a sloppy and rounded croup silhouette. The most distinguishing factor about this horse is it’s level of intelligence. The horse has the capability to remain undeterred even when it is faced by raging bulls hence proving that it is a brave, stable and calm horse. The horse is affectionate, responsive companion and warm despite its cool nature. When it comes to equestrian activities such as driving, pleasure equitation and dressage the Lusitano performs exceptionally with its swift and graceful movements. The horse can be an ideal fit for professional riders as well as amateurs as the large temperament facilitates for an easy sit on the saddle.