Historically the breed has been known for at least 400 years, but its origins are considered to be as old as the Hittite civilisation. These horses are noted for their endurance and ease to adapt in difficult environments. They are low demanding horses with an average size of 155 cm, muscular, with hard hoof and stable character. The number of Kabardian horses was estimated to be around 200,000 in the middle of the 19th century but was reduced dramatically after the Russian Revolution.

The Kabarda or Kabardian horse is a breed from the Caucasus, currently part of the Kabardino-Balkaria region of Russia and Georgia.


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