Originated in the Spanish Province of Andalusia
Average Height 15.2 - 16.2 hh
Color: About 80% of the breed is Grey.
Bay and Black are also seen.
All solid colors are now accepted in the stud book,
but they are quite rare.
Also referred to as the Pure Spanish Horse
or PRE (Pura Raza Española.)
The Andalusian is well built; a finely sculptured head with straight or subconvex profile; mobile ears; vivacious eyes with a quiet and kind expression; elegant arched neck with a well developed crest and a long, profuse and often wavy mane and tail. It has well-defined withers and a strong back; well developed chest and rounded quarters with a low tail-set; long sloping shoulders; strong legs with ample bone, broad flexible joints; and the hoof is well formed, sound and iron hard.
Size is generally 15-16.2 hands
Grey is the predominant color followed by bay and black which is more rare. Other colors now accepted include chestnut and the dilute colors.