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The Gypsy Vanner also makes for a great riding horse, thanks to its laid-back temperament. Gypsies are ridden both English and Western, and they're suitable for many different disciplines, from dressage to trail riding and more.
Gypsy Vanner, Irish Cob, and Gypsy Cob are the same horse. There is no difference between a Gypsy Cob and a Gypsy Vanner horse. The horses the Gypsy's developed over the years weren't known as a specific breed.
It is based on, and named for, the drum horse of the Life Guards of the British Royal Household Cavalry, which carries the kettle-drummer and large silver kettle-drums, and is usually a Clydesdale or Shire, and often either piebald or skewbald....American Drum Horse. Country of originUSADistributionUSATraitsColoranyBreed standards2 more rows
The Drum Horse is a combination of the following breeds: Gypsy Horse and Shire and/ or Clydesdale, where the Gypsy Horse does not exceed 50% of the total make-up or fall below 6.25%. Horses with greater than 50% Gypsy or less than 6.25% Gypsy will be placed in the Foundation Drum Book.
Drum Horses are rarer in the United States, but you can still find these horses for sale on occasion. Plan to spend $10,000 and up on one of these horses.
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Quick Facts About Gypsy Vanner Horses Species Name:Gypsy VannerColor Form:Especially Piebald and SkewbaldLifespan:20 \u2013 25 yearsSize:13 \u2013 16 handsDiet:Hay and Balancer5 more rows • Jan 7, 2022
Now only four Drum Horses remain in the British Army, who are used for ceremonial occassions. Forces TV's Ali Gibson went to meet Talavera, the regimental mascot of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.
The Gypsy Vanner Horse is the first name used by Americans for the horse. Generally, in the US, Gypsy Horse, Gypsy Cob and Gypsy Vanner all refer to the same horse. They are sometimes called Irish Cob or Irish Tinker in Europe.
Although those would be gypsy horses as they are owned by gypsies, they are not part of the breed we call the Gypsy Vanner. The Drum Horse is not a Gypsy Vanner or Gypsy Horse; it is generally a cross between a Gypsy Horse and a Shire or Clydesdale.
Gypsy Vanner, Irish Cob, and Gypsy Cob are the same horse. There is no difference between a Gypsy Cob and a Gypsy Vanner horse. The horses the Gypsy's developed over the years weren't known as a specific breed.

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