The Kiso club
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.