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Camargue, Mare, 5 years, 14.2 hh, Gray
F: USSARD DU PEBRE | MF: UBU DE BELUGO
Leisure - Working Equitation - Baroque - Dressage
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Camargue, Mare, 6 years, 14.1 hh, Gray
F: JOUVAS
Working Equitation - Leisure - Dressage
DE-46485
Wesel
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Camargue, Gelding, 14 years, 14.1 hh, Gray
F: JACQUOT DU VALAT | MF: GERFAUT PSALMODY
Leisure - Working Equitation - Dressage
AT-6351
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Camargue, Mare, 8 years, 14.2 hh, Gray Leisure - Working Equitation - Western - Dressage
AT-6351
Scheffau am wilden Kaiser
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Camargue, Mare, 6 years, 14.1 hh, Gray
F: JOUVAS
Working Equitation - Leisure - Dressage
Raphaela Rohm
DE-46485
Wesel
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Camargue, Mare, 5 years, 14.2 hh, Gray
F: USSARD DU PEBRE | MF: UBU DE BELUGO
Leisure - Working Equitation - Baroque - Dressage
AT-6351
Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser
€9,250
~ $10,057 Negotiable
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Camargue, Gelding, 14 years, 14.1 hh, Gray
F: JACQUOT DU VALAT | MF: GERFAUT PSALMODY
Leisure - Working Equitation - Dressage
Pferdeschule
AT-6351
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Camargue, Mare, 8 years, 14.2 hh, Gray Leisure - Working Equitation - Western - Dressage
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AT-6351
Scheffau am wilden Kaiser
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Camargue, Gelding, 14 years, 14 hh, Gray Working Equitation
DE-83558
Maitenbeth
€7,000
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Camargue, Gelding, 5 years, 14 hh, White
F: VAGABOND DU VALAT
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DE-66869
Kusel
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Camargue Mix, Gelding, 9 years, 13.2 hh, Gray Leisure
DE-29352
Adelheidsdorf
€3,200
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Camargue, Mare, 10 years, 14.2 hh, Gray Leisure - Trail - Eventing - Jumping
FR-67470
Seltz
€9,000
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Camargue Horses for sale on ehorses

The beautiful white horses of the Camargue area of France have been the stars of several films and TV series. They live a semi-feral existence in the salt marshes of Provençe at the mouth of the River Rhône bordering the Mediterranean Sea. In this challenging environment, they have developed into one of the hardiest and most independent horse breeds in existence. While they are excellent working horses, it is unusual to buy a Camargue horse outside the region. A few specialist studs exist outside France, usually belonging to enthusiasts who will sell a Camargue to the right home.

Use and characteristics of Camargue Horses

Like all so-called white horses, the horses of the Camargue are technically gray and begin life with dark-colored coats. They are not tall, usually measuring between 13.1 hands (53 inches/135 cm) and 14.3 hands (59 inches/150 cm) high. They may be small, but they can easily carry a man using the traditional saddle of the Camargue gardians, as breeders point out when they sell a Camargue. Their conformation, particularly the head, is like that of the Barb. Equestrians who buy a Camargue Horse will discover that they are also as hardy as the Barb, which has probably influenced the breed.

Origin and history of breeding Camargue Horses

It is often claimed that this is a very ancient breed, possibly even descending from a prehistoric horse known as the Solutrean that roamed the region. However, although they have clearly lived in the marshes for centuries, the horses of the Camargue were only recognized as a breed as recently as 1968. Their story is entwined with that of the black bulls of the region and the gardians who look after them. The gardians are sometimes described as the cowboys of the Camargue, and it was their task to herd the tough black bulls who shared the marshes with the horses. Founded in 1512, The Brotherhood of the Herdsmen has played an important part in the history of the region, creating many of the festivals Provençal gardian culture is famous for. The Gard and Bouches-du-Rhône départements where the horses live have their own tradition of bullfighting, the Course Camarguaise, which is very different from that of Spain. While it takes a great deal of skill and has some parallels with modern rodeo, the bulls are not killed as part of the event. From the twentieth century onward, parts of the region were drained for rice and vine cultivation. This reduced the area available to the gardians, their bulls and horses, and the famous flamingos which are also an important part of the ecology. However, visitors have always loved the Camargue for its open skies and unique marshes, its horses, bulls and gardians. Horse breeders and other locals worked hard to protect an ancient way of life that was also precious to visitors. Today, Camargue Horses are viewed very much as a “speciality of the region”, providing an experience that can’t be had elsewhere. The marsh environment is believed to have been significant in creating their conformation, helping to evolve the breed’s long legs and tough feet with wide soles.

Camargue Horses in equestrianism

Exploring the Camargue on horseback alongside the gardians has become a very popular tourist activity. In 1984, Robin and Louella Hanbury-Tenison rode two Camargue Horses from the south of France to Britain, a journey of 1,000 miles. Today, a small population of Camargue Horses has been established in the Po delta in Italy, where they are known as Cavalli del Delta.

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