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Unmol Horse, Anmol

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Country: India, Pakistan

Home tract: North-west Punjab in India. It is said that Unmol horses were brought to the Punjab by Alexander the Great which means they probably have Turkoman roots. There are 4 different families of this breed, all of which are referred to as Unmol horses, Harna, Hazziz, Morna and Sheehan.

Some breeders in Punjab states have horses referred as Unmol, but it is believed that today all of them have blood of imported Arabians.

Status: Rare; verging on extinct.

Morphological Characters

Body coat: Predominately grey, bay

Mophometric traits

Body height at withers: 153.41 cm

Uses: Riding horse


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