The Marwari horse stands between 14
and 17 hands depending on it's topographical origin. We have noticed
that our foals and fillies are reaching higher and broader proportions
by virtue of sustained and complete nutrition. But the average is
probably 15 to 16 hands.
The Marwari comes in all colours including
the boldly coloured ABLAKS - (Piebalds,
red & white or Skewbalds, black & white) particularly favoured
in India. The body is powerfully proportioned, compact and elegant
with round rumps and muscular thighs and shoulders, making a good
all round pleasure horse.
His natural tendency to perform would
make him particularly suitable for dressage. He is a tough, brave
and undeniably beautiful horse who has proven his ability to adapt
and thrive in most environmental conditions.
His royal history and scarcity should
guarantee him a deserved status in the international equestrian