The East and Southeast Anadolu is a small riding horse that originated from
Standing about 13 to 14 hands high (52-56 inches, 132-142 centimeters), the East and Southeast Anadolu greatly resembles the Turkish Arab and Persian horses: beautiful with great stamina and high spirits.
History and Background
The East and
However, because breeders in these parts have begun to focus on breeding Arab and Turkish Arab race horses, the number of Anadolu has declined. In fact, there are only about 3,000 East and Southeast Anadolu horses left today, making the breed quite rare.