Disappeared since the end of the 19th century, the modern Tarpans come from the cross-breeding between parent and descendant lines. Considered as one of the domestic horse’s ancestors, Tarpan has a rough temper and a natural resistance against harsh climate conditions.
That makes it a perfect partner in ecological management programs of certain natural spaces.

  The Tarpan horses live in herds lead by a dominant stallion. These animals really are little gluttons as in average they spend between 10 and 12 hours a day eating.

 Herbivores (herbs, heather, broom, and tree branches).

 Eurasia (strong presence in Central and Eastern Europe).

 Mammifère herbivore/ Famille des équidés.

 about 1.30 m at the shoulder

 150 – 200 kg