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Michiel

Michiel

Cheval Frison, Michiel 442, Étalon,
H. et C. et C. Witteveen,
éleveurs, Canada.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de :
Koninklijke Vereniging "Het Friesch Paarden-Stamboek"

Opéra du Joliet

Opera_du_Joliet

Trait Poitevin Mulassier, Opéra du Joliet, Étalon, 5 ans
Propriétaire Mr Bachelier, Vienne.
Photo: Pascal Lando.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
l'UPRa Mulassière du Poitou.

Prunelle 6

Mule Poitevine, Prunelle 6, femelle de 4 ans.
Propriétaire : Mr Ressegand, France.
Photo: Pascal Lando.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
l'UPRa Mulassières du Poitou.

Myrtille 6

Baudet du Poitou, Myrtille 6, Femelle, 8 ans.
Propriétaire : Zoodyssée, France
Avec l'aimable autorisation de :
l'UPRa Mulassières du Poitou.

Murthwaite Look at Me

Murthwaite Look at Me

Fell (poney), Murthwaite Look at Me, Étalon, 1999.
Mr Thomas Capstick, éleveur.
Photo : Sue Millard.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de :
Fell Pony Society.

Coravivera

Coravivera

Gueldre (Cheval de), Coravivera, 23 ans.
Mr A. van Lijssel, éleveur,
Pays-Bas.
Avec l’aimable autorisation de:
Gelderlanderpaard Associatie.

Extase

Extase

Groningue (Cheval de), Extase, étalon.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
Stamboekvereniging het Groningerpaard.

Silex

Silex 6

Castillon (Cheval de), Silex 6, étalon.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
Association Nationale du Cheval Castillonnais d'Ariège Pyrénées

Gracieuse

Gracieuse

Boulonnais (Trait), Gracieuse, jument.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
Syndicat Hippique Boulonnais.

Jaguar des Montants

Jaguar des Montants

Comtois (Trait), Jaguar des Montants, Étalon.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
Association Nationale du Cheval de Trait Comtois.

Anonyme

Breton anonyme

Breton (Trait), Anonyme, Étalon.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
Syndicat des Eleveurs du Cheval Breton.

Gral

Anglo-Arabe

Anglo-Arabe, Gral, Étalon.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de:
Association Nationale des Éleveurs d'Anglo-Arabes.

Akker

Néerlandais (Trait), Akker, Étalon.
Avec l'aimable autorisation de :
Koninklijke Vereniging Nederlands Trekpaard.

Welcome

Welcome

ON THE INTERNET SITE

HORSES OF THE WORLD PARK FRANCE ©

PARC CHEVAUX DU MONDE FRANCE©


WELCOME TO THE “HORSE PEOPLE”

DISCOVER ON THIS SITE AN IMPERATIVE PROJECT.

PARTICIPATE IN AN ADVENTURE OUT OF COMMON.

CONTRIBUTE TO THE BIGGEST EVENT EVER

IN THE HISTORY OF MAN AND HORSE.

SUPPORT THE ADVENTURE AND MAKE IT BECOME REALITY.


A PROJECT BY AND FOR THE « HORSE PEOPLE ».



Agri-cultural project for the création
 of an Equine Theme Parc.

Welcome to our site where we want to present you the biggest event ever in the common history of Men and Horses: the creation of a theme park showing all the different horse breeds worldwide, bought in their respective cradles of origin and shown undertaking their traditional activities of ploughing, skidding, harnessed, under the saddle, jumping, racing and in weekly different horse shows. A living encyclopaedia of all the different horse, donkeys and mule breeds, in an eminently ecological play and learn full project.

The innovative side of the project comes from the combination of the agricultural and cultural aspects, to be short, the most beautiful tribute to the equine specie.

Some news about the Caspian horse

According to our Dutch correspondent for Caspian horses, the news from Iran where is situated the cradle of origin, is not good. Since decades Iran closed it’s borders for any exportation of Caspian horses.

The Caspian horse is one of the five breeds worldwide still possessing genes from the common ancestor the Tarpan horse. The other ones being; the Przewalski from Mongolia, the Dülmener in Germany, the Pottock from the French Pyrenees and the Portuguese Soraya. This makes them rare horses from a genetically point of view. In 1965 the American Louise Firouz living in Iran got involved in the protection of the Caspian horse. She also exported Caspian horses to the occident where they are now in the hands of passionate breeders. In it’s cradle of origin, the Caspian horse is neglected and in danger of extinction. The Caspian horse is 1,2 hands high, rustic, quiet, docile, resistant, affectionate, intelligent, playful and vivacious.

Those of the Horses

While working on the Horses of the World Park project the concept designers of Fondamental Ltd discovered that statistically 10% of the world population is horse minded, amateur, passionate or professional.

They conceived to federate a new transnational people, “Those of the Horses”, who are about six hundred million individuals that share most peacefully their common passion of horses. The horse, as a federating theme, in between human beings. On the contrary of those seeking a Guinness Internet record of 9 999 999 individual clicks, we are busy to bring together 600 million horse lovers. Join the new Horse People and let it be known!

Horses and statistics

Our visitors often ask us about statistics in relation with horses worldwide.

According to our research, the world horse population reaches about 55 to 65 million heads. The incertitude of the number is mainly due to fact that no precise census has ever been made and seems even impossible. The most reliable statistics come from the FAO (Food and Agricultural Organisation).

In France the horse population is about 350 000 heads. This number is certainly far more precise then the world statistics knowing that in France the law obliges the individual identification of all horses while deep down in Asia or Africa and elsewhere we can have a doubt about the realisation of statistics.

In addition, an estimate allows us to say that there exist worldwide about 300 different horse breeds, but there also nothing is precise. Our research centre crossed over a 100 different breed listings and we came to the conclusion that some 300 breeds still exist currently, and that about 30 breeds are more or less in immanent danger of extinction.

The distribution of horse breeds in the world, as far as we are quite sure about it, can be presented as follows:

Europe : 156, Asia : 68, North America : 19, South America : 13, Africa : 28 and Oceania : 6, for a total of 290 breeds actually selected for the Horses of the World Park.