The Baise breed (also called Guangxi) is raised in pasture at high altitude and allowed to roam freely when not working.
Native to the Guangxi region of China, where the climate is mild and horse breeding has long been common practice. Bronze statues from 206 to 25 B.C. have been found that look almost exactly like this animal in confirmation.
The Baise horses have always been an important part of the local residents and were an integral part of traditional marriage celebrations.
Average height 11 – 11.2 hands
Fast and strong
Head is heavy with straight profile and wide jaw
Neck is medium length
Shoulder is straight
Legs are strong and well-developed
Hooves are strong
Willing and able