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The Postier Breton is a subtype of the Breton horse. It was created when Breton horses were crossed with Norfolk Trotters and Hackneys. The result was a lighter form of the Breton horse, which is fast and yet strong. As such, the Postier Breton is has a lighter build and is more athletic than the Heavy Draft Breton.

Postier Bretons come in the colors of bay, brown, black, roan, and chestnut, with the latter being by far the most common color in this breed. The mane and tail are almost always flaxen, or, in the case of non-chestnut horses, silver. White markings on the legs and faces are common in this breed. Most Postier Bretons stand at 15.1hh, which is why their height range in Horse Isle is 15hh to 15.2hh.

(For more info see the 'Breton')


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