The Andalusian horse, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse or PRE (Pura Raza Española), is an iconic Spanish breed.
Lusitano horses are closely related to Andalusians and are known for their athleticism and intelligence.
3. Pura Raza Mallorquina
Originating from the Balearic Islands, the Pura Raza Mallorquina is a rare breed. These horses are small in stature but robust and known for their endurance.
These small but sturdy horses are often used in mountainous terrains, making them valuable for herding cattle and navigating challenging landscapes.
5. Cartujano Horse
The Cartujano horse, a sub-type of the Andalusian, is particularly known for its genetic purity. These horses are highly prized for their grace and presence in the world of dressage and equestrian events.
The Sorraia horse, although originating in the Iberian Peninsula, is now considered a distinct breed.
They are traditionally used in equestrian festivals and celebrations, showcasing their agility and unique abilities.
8. Spanish Mustang
These hardy horses have played an essential role in American history and the development of various Western riding disciplines.
10. Spanish Barb
The Spanish Barb is another breed that influenced many American breeds, including the American Mustang.