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Gypsy Vanner Horse Farm

Had a fun morning visiting Camelot Farms to see their Gypsy Vanner horses. I have never seen or heard of this breed before. The farm breeds, trains and shows these beautiful animals. This horse was a breed envisioned by the Gypsies of Great Britain to be the perfect horse to pull the Gypsy caravan. Their genetic origins are Shire, Clydesdale, Friesian and Dale pony. This combination helps create their lavish manes, tails with unique feathering and heavy bone structures. They have their winter coats on now and their manes and tails are braided to keep clean and under control. When they are shown they are brushed out showing off their feathers. I included a picture to show this.
Phyllis has helped out there and made the visit happen. Dreama is the farm manager and Dan handles the farm along with training and showing the horses. The horses love the attention but were not happy that I didn't bring them treats. Enjoy my photos and videos.


Posted by Mystic Explorer 19:45

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I am so happy that you are enjoying your retirement!!

by Jane Lind

Wow, I so enjoyed these pics & videos. Cool horses & I learned from your horse history lesson. Thanks for sharing. They are very beautiful. I have a great niece that would love being there. She's really into riding & caring for horses. It's great your adventures include so many different outdoor life & activities. Oh, the life of retirement ‼️🇺🇸🙏❤️

by Mary

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