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Fell horses are considered very hardy and strong. Fellrnhorses come from England, primarily in the Lake District areas but they can bernfound in Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales, and France. They are generally usedrnfor riding and harness work. Some of them have very distinct markings, such asrna white star or black marking on their heads. They are simple to upkeep sincernthey can reside in warm or cold climates. They also do not require manyrnsupplies to be maintained for most of the day.

They are closely related to Dales horses and were foundedrnupon the Pennine Pony styles. Pennine versions were quite popular for manyrndecades in England, and once the Romans moved into the territories, they wererncross bred to other breeds including Friesian horses. Fell horses are slightlyrnbigger than the traditional Pennine horses, making them more comfortable forrnlarger passengers. In those times, the Vikings would utilize those horses forrnpulling sledges, sheep herding, and transporting goods.

Fell horses are considered very lively and fun at heart. Theyrnare generally around fourteen hands tall. They have a chiseled head with arnmoderate crest. Additionally, they have sloping shoulders and a very strongrnback as well. They are bred in black, browns, gray, and bay. Their hindquartersrnare squared off and powerful. Their legs are full of bone and have excellentrnjoints, muscular loins, and a very well built back that is excellent forrncarrying and pulling. 

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