Origin: France — Ariege river hill region.
Height: About 13.3hh.
Physique: A compact, sturdy breed with a heavy head. Abundant bone. Full
mane and tail.
A Wren Horse is likely a misspelling of the Wren Pony, a breed of small horse native to the British Isles. They are hardy and active animals, well-suited to life on the islands where they developed. The breed has been used for a variety of purposes, including as work horses on farms, as riding horses, and as show animals.
Wren Ponies are known for their distinctive appearance, which includes a compact build, sturdy legs, and a thick mane and tail. They come in a range of colors, including bay, chestnut, black, and gray. The breed is known for its friendly and outgoing personality, and is a popular choice for children and families.
The Wrens is a strong working type, running half-wild in the high foot-hills of the Ariege. It is probably an ancient breed, and probably has Oriental roots.