The Breton is a multi-class horse breed, with characteristics that make it suitable for racing and combat. This breed is strong and muscular.
The Breton is a powerful breed and an instant favorite amongst horse enthusiasts. The name derives from the Bretagne region of France where they were bred for thousands of years. Standing around 16 hands high, Breton horses were ridden by the Celts, who were tribes of Gauls, Gaels, Galations that drank out of goblets and sent messages attached to birds. They are a bulky, heavyset breed capable of draft work, but they are also used as war horses due to their gait and disposition.
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