Xilingol is a light equine breed originating in the Xilinggral Meng of the Inner parts of Central Mongolia. Besides riding, they are used as a draft horse as well as for agricultural purposes.
|Temperament||Though facts are unknown about its temperament; it might have a mild and gentle disposition with a high speed, suited for riders.|
|Physical Traits||Strong and solid conformation|
|Color||Comes in all solid colors (The common ones being black, brown, white and grey.|
|Height/Size||14.2 to 15 hands|
|Common Uses||Riding, Draft ( Hauling) and Tilling|
|Ancestors||Russian Thoroughbred, Sanhe, Akhal-Teke, Chinese Mongolian|
|Popular Traits||Light and fast|
|Health Problems||No breed-specific health problems recorded|
|Feeding||Hay, grass, grain|
|Country of Origin||Unite States of America|
The Xilingol Horse seems to be a relatively new breed, developed during the 1960s. The breeds responsible for its creation include the Russian Thoroughbred, Sanhe, Akhal-Teke, and Chinese Mongolian. Eventually, the Don and Kabarda breeds were added to produce a light but fast horse, having a strong constitution and solid conformation.