The Baluchi is a horse breed that originated in Pakistan and Iran.
They are known for their friendly disposition and easy-going personality.
Here’s everything you need to know about this fascinating breed!
Baluchi Horse Breed Info
Here are some of the key things you need to know about the Baluchi horse:
|Height (size)||Average 14.0 hands high|
|Colors||Bay, chestnut, or gray|
|Country of Origin||Pakistan and Iran|
|Common Uses||Pleasure riding, pulling carts, sports, tent pegging, pulling ‘tongas’|
Baluchi Horse Facts & Information (Breed Profile)
The Baluchi horse comes from the provinces of Balochistan, Sindh, and Punjab in Pakistan.
It is also found in Sistan and Baluchistan of Iran.
Horses of pure Baluchi heritage are very uncommon nowadays due to diluted bloodlines.
If you’re interested in learning more about this fascinating breed, keep reading!
Easy to train, even-tempered
Fine head with a straight or a little convex profile.
Ears are long and curve inward with tips touching each other.
Eyes are large and expressive, and the neck is long and muscular.
The back is short and strong. The legs are fine and strong.
Bay, chestnut, or gray
Average 14.0 hands high
Average 1100 lb (500 kg)
Pleasure riding, pulling carts, sports, tent pegging, pulling ‘tongas’
Curved turned-in ears, high endurance level
Country of Origin
Through horses of Mali known as Beledougou/Banamba, the Baluchi is related to the West African Barb.
They are similar to the Indian Kathiawari, and the Marwari horse.