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Marwari Horses
The icon of pride of Rajputana history

Marwari Horses

Horse Safari is an ancient way of traveling and vital elements of warfare for the maharajas, the kings, princes and nobles in India for centuries. At Maa Ashapura Farm, our horses are not an ordinary or rented, but Marwari horses, the indigenous Marwaris that had been the pride of the Rajput warriors.

The legacy of Rajputana land that has glorified its past and culture is incomplete with the mention of these superior class horse breed. Marwari Horse, the hardy breed available in all equine colors is famous for horse polo, the royal game of Royal families was in demand for centuries due to its fighter like capabilities. At Maa Ashapura Farm, we own a bunch of Marwari Horses and raise them uptight with the help of specialized & experienced caretakers. And that’s what makes us different in the town as we are the sole owners who offer amazing horse ride packages that are unbeatable and exclusive.

The variety of horse ride packages like short riding packages, village horse safari packages and horse riding at farm packages makes us unique in the industry with the fact that entire package of activity is aimed at promoting eco-tourism and solely non-profit base.

We conduct various volunteering programs for increasing awareness toward these iconic horses and money earned from packages devoted for complete maintenance of horses only. Our uniqueness of work culture with horse makes us a pride hotelier with a vision of promoting culture.

We invite you to meet and ride these very exceptional horses to understand the culture of Rajasthan which is so deeply entangled with these animals and an experienced safari operator. Ride Marwari horses in an un-spoilt terrain through Aravali hills / Vindyachal Hill, forests and grasslands for a lifetime experience.

Marwari Horses
A detailed account on Marwari horses is available in the old text available today that talk at length and in all details regarding this legendry breed of horse.
Steed is an image of stead fastness, confidence, and power. It is additionally a piece of the most profound base of our way of life. It is our obligation to have an awareness of other's expectations towards the coherence of the honorable type of steeds with which we as a whole have dependably been associated and to which we owe to such an extent.

Breed Characteristics of Marwari Horse
By specific rearing for the need of the warriors of the medieval times, a breed was advanced which can survive well in troublesome bone-dry landscape. Their developing interest was in combat zone of an Indigenous breed for that the Marwari breed advanced. A breed, which could withstand extraordinary warmth and frosty, could cover long separations with speed and has hard solid foot and feet.

An exquisite medium stature, solid steed with track record of dauntlessness and reliability in the war zones of medieval period. Presently well known for voyaging long separations, have solid feet and foot, has his home in the region called "Malani" which is a piece of Barmer region of Marwar, in the towns to be specific Patodi, Nagar, Gudha, Jasol, Sindhari, Bakhasar and a few territories of Sanchor Tehsil. These regions are said to be the core of the breed Marwari Horse. The close-by Pali,Jalore and Jodhpur areas have some celebrated reproducers of Marwari breed. Korta, Rohet and Barkana in Pali, Posana and Daspa in Jalore and Ransigaon and Jhalamand in Jodhpur are extremely outstanding Marwari horse-raisers in their locale.

The other people who are attached to Marwari Horses have taken it to the locale of Udaipur, Jaipur, Ajmer and even to Gujarat and Kathiawar and to different states.

The stallion load of the breed is kept up for reproducing, travel, marriage, functions and individual intrigue. Chiefly the preparation depends on Ancient conventional war strategies as India was the main nation where war elephants were a piece of the Cavalry. The stallions were prepared to assault and protect elephants. This workmanship was take from India by Persians and introduced to Spain and rest of the world. In today's modern world purported propelled dressage has the vast majority of the moves of this workmanship. Stallions utilized as a part of services and relational unions are prepared to do regular moves like Piaffe, Passage and Levade.

A decent number of marwari stallions can be found in fairs of Pushkar, Tilwara and in numerous other neighbourhood fairs in India.

The compliance of a Marwari horse is unique in relation to some other breed. His affirmation gives this horse unequalled beauty and adjusts and empowers him to exceed expectations as a games and execution horse. It is a creature, which has solid appendages with plainly characterized ligaments, square edge, and a thin coat, which can adapt to warmth and cool without over the top drying out. It has an all around created feeling of smell and hearing, which is extremely helpful in the desert.

Head: The head is general refined with a medium gag and a touchy firm mouth.

Brow: Long straight and expansive between eyes.

Ears: The medium size ears those are delicate and bended internal at the tips, frequently contacting, and framing a curve, when pricked advances. The length changing from 9cm to 15cms. Situated on 90-degree pivot and can turn 180degree.

Eyes: Large round eyes set generally and reflect insight and a serene mien.

Nasal bones: It is levelled and long.

Nostrils: extensive adjusted outward flare full and touchy.

Jaws: Very characterized and conspicuous jaws.

Neck: The head joints the restricted neck at around 45-degree edge, proportionate with great musculature, at the base with high head carriage.

Shoulder: Being set at an edge of around 45 degree, well solid, the slant of shoulder mixes into the shrivels.

Withers: Medium high and all around characterized.

Chest: Medium and profound.

Back: The seat back is of medium length and effective. The barrel of bigness is profound with well-sprung ribs.

Rump: The quarters are all around characterized and strong with a balanced croup.

Stifle: Well created and put separated.

Hock: The hock is wide, spotless, solid high set and free of any extra fat.

Cannon: The gun bones are long, both front and back shows opposite position and show up very expansive when seen from side.

Pastern and Hoof: The fetlock is round and is very much framed and solid to withstand stun and strain. The medium length pastern means quality. They have a marginally forward incline around 45 degrees, saw from either the front or back. The legs, guns, and pastern are straight. The foot is elongated its size adjust with the general size of the individual creature, it has nearly an indistinguishable slant from the pasterns.

The sole and the divider are exceptionally solid contrast with other horse breeds

Tail: The tail of Marwari is well set.

Normal Height: Purely reproduced Marwari steeds are around 15.1hh yet fluctuates from 14.2hh to 15.3hh.

Weight: Normal weight of all around took care of Marwari steed can be between 350kg to 500kg. May vary upon singular (Mare or Stallion).

Normal Shank Measurement: 20.5cms in Males and 20cms in Females.

Body Color: Wide assortment of hues is seen in Marwari breed steeds. The most pervasive body hues are Brown (Bhanwar), Bay (Kumet), Dark Bay (Telia Kumet), Chestnut (Surang), Dun (Champa), Gray (Kagra), Skewbald (Lal Ablak), Piebald (Kala Ablak), Safaid (White Horse with bruised eyes). Note*The First Horse ever "Ucchaishreva" was Safaid(White Horse with bruised eyes).

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