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[ INDEX ] Equine Type: Horse Breed: Yushu   [ PREV ] [ NEXT ]
The Yushu is a subtype of the Tibetan horse which originated in the plateaus of Tibet. It excels as a pack horse for transporting cargo in the high elevations of the plateaus and mountains of Tibet.

Conformation:
Compared to the other types of Tibetan horses, Yushus often have a wider head than average, and a level neck carriage. The rest of their conformation is similar to that of an ordinary Tibetan horse.

Coats & Height:

Colors: usually bay, grey, and brown, and more rarely, black, chestnut, dun, and cream-dilutes*.
* There are no official records for double-cream-diluted Yushus, only for buckskin and palomino ones. However, since there are no official color restrictions in this breed, then homozygous cream is allowed in Yushus in Horse Isle.

Additionals: flaxen, linebacked, mealy, sooty, dark mane & tail.

Height: 12.2hh to 12.3hh.


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