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Falabella horses originated in Argentina and was developed byrnan Irish settler named Patrick Newell. Mr. Newell came across a group of horsesrnthat were freely roaming the open land. He created a herd and over time went onrnto give the herd to his son-in-law, Juan Falabella. The breed gained their namernfrom this family ownership and passed down from generation to generation in thernFalabella family. They were designed to be horses that were small enough to bernenjoyed with children, but independent enough to help on ranches and even bernused as work horses.

rnrnFalabella horses are used for riding, in competitions, andrnfor showing. They do very well on large farms and in smaller, fenced-in areas asrnpets. They are gentle and very well mannered with families.

Falabella horses are around seven hands high. They arernmuscular for such a small animal and have boxy hooves. Additionally, they havernsilky hair and very fine skin. They have small feet but are still described asrna hardy creature. They are found in virtually any color coating, but patternsrnand spotted variations are the most popular.

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