The Kiso club

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Raised in icy cold moun­tains, Kiso horses are far more ro­bust than they look.

Their sturdy, stable legs and ro­bust feet mean they very rarely need to be shod. They live in cold, of­ten bar­ren, con­di­tions and can sur­vive on a very sim­ple diet. They stand around 13hh at the withers. Kisos have large heads and thick, flow­ing manes, but their necks are short and chunky and have de­vel­oped this way due to their use in agriculture. They might look small and stout but don’t be fooled — Kisos are known for their lov­ing dis­po­si­tions and good tem­per­a­ments.

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