Ecosmart Designs


The Gypsy Horse derives its name from the gypsies in the British Isles who used them to pull their vardos beginning in the 1850's. It has only been recognized as a distinct breed since 1996, when it was first exported to the United States. It's a visually striking horse, with feathering around it's hooves and a typically piebald coat, similar to that of a stereotypical cow.