Andalusian horse, illustrated on a map of Spain and Portugal, has been printed on high-quality paper and attached to a wooden ornament. The opposite side has the breed name and some information about it on it. Both sides have been sealed with a coat of clear resin to prevent peeling and chipping. Please take care when storing and displaying, as improper handling may result in fading or yellowing. Do not display in direct sunlight.
Strongly built, and compact yet elegant, Andalusians have long, thick manes and tails. Their most common coat color is gray, although they can be found in many other colors. They are known for their intelligence, sensitivity and docility. A sub-strain within the breed known as the Carthusian is considered by breeders to be the purest strain of the Andalusian horse, though there is no genetic evidence for this claim. The strain is still considered separate from the main breed however, and is preferred by breeders because buyers pay more for horses of Carthusian bloodlines. Learn more about the Andalusian on my blog!
Learn more about the Andalusian on Wikipedia.