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Brackenhill Joeboy

Our Mission Statement:

To promote the "Gypsy Horse" by encouraging the breeding of pure and part bred Gypsy Horses for all to enjoy. To provide an information website for Gypsy Cob lovers and to educate the public about these wonderful horses. To create an impartial DNA registry of all purebred and part bred gypsy horses, that is open to viewing for the purpose of tracking parentage.

Welcome to the AGHS !

The Australasian Gypsy Horse Society is a non profit organisation to register and promote all

Gypsy Horses and their derivatives in Australia and New Zealand.

The title "Gypsy Horse" was chosen for the society as we feel it is more politically correct, combining the many names given to these horses and also encompasses part bred gypsies and the Drum Horse, a breed in development derived from Shire, Clydesdale and Gypsy Cob foundation stock, which is are also represented by the Society. However you will find throughout this website that the more popular Gypsy horse is referred to as the "Gypsy Cob".

The Gypsy Cob is arguably the most personable horse in the world. The majority of them just enjoy the company of people. Their flashy feather, long manes and tails and interesting colour patterns all add to the appeal of these delightful horses. An incredibly versatile horse with a great aptitude for learning, the Gypsy Cob is only limited by your imagination. Under saddle or in harness, learning tricks, dressage, show jumping and even vaulting or working stock. They are also fantastic around children and make a great choice for the whole family.

To be registered in the Purebred Gypsy Cob section an imported horse must

meet the standard and have their DNA recorded.

Full Membership is required to register horses.