Although little is known about this horse breed, it is clear the Hirzai was developed in
The Hirzai is typically 15 hands high (60 inches, 152 centimeters) with wide-set ears, a broad forehead and forelock, well-placed limbs, and robust yet proportional withers and rump. In summary, the Hirzai horse breed is a handsome horse, well-suited for riding and draft work.
The Hirzai is a lively horse capable of hard and fast work.
Because it is now considered a rare breed, the Hirzai requires extra attention and special.
How this particular horse breed had been developed was recorded in detail by the Department of Agriculture of
Unfortunately, the Hirzai has become a rare breed. A large group of the remaining Hirzai horses are maintained and preserved in the Khan of Kalat’s royal stables.
The dorsal part of the horse between the scapula
A horse that is four years of age or older; a stallion is intact
The rear end of an animal
The term for a female horse over the age of four that has not been sterilized