We currently have on offer foals, yearlings, colts and fillies of our Andalusians, Friesians, and Gypsy Vanners at reasonable prices. Many of the Friesian foals are of superb quality because their dams were inseminated with top class prize winning studs in Holland prior to being flown to Farm Mor Por.

Unlike all other horse farms in Thailand we specialize in breeding these three wonderful breeds which are arguably the most beautiful horse breeds in the world. Not only are they eye catchers and head turners but they are great for riding too. Gypsy cobs are placid and are great with children. Andalusians and Friesians will definitely give you immense riding pleasure. Both breeds are popular for dressage. They are quick to learn and have superb temperament.

We also have mares and one or two stallions for sale. Basic training can be provided on request.

Farm Mor Por: Basic knowledge about our horses

Looking for a family getaway that is both fun and educational for your children? Then look no further. Farm Mor Por is your answer! Get the chance to be away from the bursting pollution of Bangkok and experience nature at its finest with us today.

Horses are our passion and nothing would please us more than sharing what we love with all of you. Farm Mor Por is an authentic working horse farm which stands out among others. Unlike most farms where they only have one breed of horses, here we have as many as 20 breeds to offer. 

Horses are wonderful creatures that have been along with humans for hundreds of years. If you’re a fan of these animals and are interested in learning more about them, then you’re in luck! In this blog, we will tackle the different types of horses we have and why you should have them.

Farm Mor Por: Types of horse breeds we have

From racing to casual riding and horse competitions, each of them has its special qualities. However, there are particular breeds that stand out and capture the hearts of horse lovers everywhere, thanks to their versatile abilities and good demeanours. Here some of the best horses that we have at Farm Mor Por.

Appaloosa horses

Appaloosa has been capturing the hearts of horse lovers for centuries. Aside from their striking appearance, these horse breeds are known for being gentle, friendly, and loyal companions. They are very easy to please, which makes them a great horse breed for riders of all experience levels.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 950 to 1,200 pounds
  • Height: 14 hands (56 inches) to 15 hands (60 inches)
  • Body structure: Compact, muscular build; colorful coat patterns with mottled skin; striped hooves; white sclera; sparse mane and tail
  • Suitable for: Owners and riders of all levels, including children
  • Lifespan: 30 years

Morgan horses

Morgan horses are versatile breeds that are among the most popular that we know today. Commonly known as ‘the horse that chooses you,’ it’s an extremely cooperative breed with an eagerness to please its riders. Adaptable to literally any situation and use, the Morgan is generally easy to keep. People of all levels, including children, are typically able to handle a Morgan horse.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 900 to 1,000 pounds
  • Height: 14 hands (56 inches) to 15 hands (60 inches)
  • Body structure: Compact, muscular build; short head with wide forehead; large, expressive eyes; high head and tail carriage; thick mane and tail
  • Suitable for: Owners and riders of all levels, including children
  • Life span: 30 years

American quarter horse

The American quarter horse is one of most popular and oldest western horse breeds. It became famous from its many positive attributes, including its gentle nature, versatility, beauty, speed, agility, and loyalty. Moreover, these horse breeds are suitable for all levels of riders and owners, as they are friendly with people and easy to train. They have been used as race horses, as well as working ranch horses and family pets. They have a bulk build and come in various colors.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 950 to 1,200 pounds
  • Height: 14 hands (56 inches) to 16 hands (64 inches)
  • Body structure: Muscular body; deep chest; small head with wide forehead and flat profile
  • Suitable for: Working, family, and show
  • Life span: 25 years

Arabian horse

The Arabian horse is one of oldest known breeds in the world. Its striking beauty and amazing temperament have made it a popular breeding horse for thousands of years. They have contributed their elegance, spirit, and intelligence to almost every light horse breed that exists.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 800 to 1,000 pounds
  • Height: 14 hands (56 inches) to 16 hands (64 inches)
  • Body structure: Lithe, compact body; small, wedge-shaped head; long, arched neck
  • Suitable for: Experienced owners and riders
  • Life span: 30 years

Thoroughbreds

Thoroughbreds are commonly known horses due to their participation in horse racing. However, thoroughbreds can be multipurpose horses, and can do a lot of farm tasks as well. They are classified as ‘hot-blooded’ horses, or breeds that tend to be spirited, bold, intelligent, and athletic. While it’s a demeanor not every rider can handle, it does make for a magnificent horse.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 1,000 to 1,200 pounds
  • Height: 15 hands (60 inches) to 17 hands (68 inches)
  • Body structure: Deep chest; lean, athletic build; long neck; powerful hindquarters
  • Suitable for: Owners and riders with some equine experience
  • Life span: 25 to 35 years

Shire horses

Sire horses are well known for their height and strength, holding records for being the tallest horse in the world. Moreover, these horses are absolutely massive with large hooves and feathering on their legs. Despite their intimidating size, shire horses are typically calm, docile, and eager to please. They can be good for riders of any level, as long as the person is comfortable with such a large horse.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 1,800 to 2,400 pounds
  • Height: 16 hands (64 inches) to 18 hands (72 inches)
  • Body structure: Very tall; muscular build; large hooves; feathering on legs; long, arched neck; slightly Roman nose
  • Suitable for: All levels of riders and owners
  • Life span: 25 to 30 years

Andalusian horses

Andausian horses are recognizable thanks to its long, flowing mane and tail and animated, beautiful movement. This wonderful breed isn’t just at home in the dressage ring, but is also a horse that you’ll find out on the trails and even competing in contests. With its combination of versatility and skill, it makes this breed so popular today.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 900 to 1,100 pounds
  • Height: 15.1 hands
  • Body structure: Compact and athletic
  • Suitable for: Jumping, pleasure riding, trail riding, dressage, and much more
  • Life span: 25 years

Rocky Mountain horses

Rocky mountain horses are good-natured horses that are perfect for any rider. However, one of its most appealing characteristics may be its four-beat single-foot gaited. When riding this breed, expect a smooth, enjoyable ride, making the horse suitable for activities, trail riding, and many more. Moreover, you can find this breed pulling carriages and plows, competing in the show ring, tackling tough mountain trails, and many more.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 850 to 1,000 pounds
  • Height: 16 hands (64 inches)
  • Body structure: Muscular body; deep chest; small head with wide forehead and flat profile
  • Suitable for: Competitive riding and families
  • Life span: Up to 35 years

Gypsy Vanner

Gypsy Vanner horses are a popular breed known for their amazing temperaments and recognized for their beautiful feathering and eye-catching coats. While these horses may have been raised to pull caravans, they also make great riding horses, too. With their calm nature, these wonderful horses are perfect for children, as well as with beginners and advanced adult riders.

Breed Overview

  • Weight: 12.2 to 16 hands
  • Height: 1,000 to 1,7000 pounds
  • Body structure: Stocky, powerful, draft-type build
  • Suitable for: Riding and driving, and ideal for both beginner and advanced equestrians
  • Life span: 25 years

Miniature horses

Miniature horses, commonly known as ‘minis,’ reach far beyond equestrians. Their adorable appearance have made them popular around the world. Moreover, they are known for their small stature and social nature. These breeds are mainly kept as companion animals, though they still have many tendencies and care needs of full-size horses.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 150 to 350 pounds
  • Height: Typically under 8.5 hands (34 inches) to 9.5 hands (38 inches)
  • Body structure: Small, muscular build; many have similar proportions to larger horses
  • Suitable for: Anyone who wants a companion animal, not a horse for riding
  • Life span: 35 years

Percheron horses

Percheron horses are among the gentle giants that are popular among raiders today. It was once a war horse and a powerful draft horse that is commonly owned by farmers today. Nowadays, they are frequently crossed with light horse breeds, such as thoroughbreds, to produce a sport-type riding horse.

Breed overview

  • Weight: 1,800 to 2,600 pounds
  • Height: 15 hands (60 inches) to 19 hands (76 inches)
  • Body structure: Muscular build; broad, flat forehead; small, upright ears; arched neck
  • Suitable for: All levels of owners and riders who are comfortable with large horses
  • Life span: 25 to 30 years

Clydesdale horses

Clydesdale horses are one of the most recognizable heavy horse breeds in the world. They are easy to spot, thanks to their large stature, trademark feathering around their legs, and high-stepping gait. Despite their intimidating size, they’re typically very gentle, easygoing, and trainable horses that can be a joy to work with.

Breed Overview

  • Weight: 1,600 to 2,400 pounds
  • Height: 16 hands (64 inches) to 18 hands (72 inches)
  • Body structure: Long, silky feathering on legs; round feet; broad forehead; arched, long neck
  • Suitable for: Owners and riders of all levels
  • Life span: 20 to 25 years