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A heavy, voluminous, and square head
The head of the Camargue horse recalls that of prehistoric and oriental horses. Heavy, voluminous, and square, it is well attached to its short neckline endowed with a wild mane and an abundant topknot. The horse's forehead is flat, its muzzle straight, and the nasal part rather erased. The ganaches (lower jaws) are well marked, and the short, set ears are wide at the base. The slightly protruding eyebrow arches place the lively and expressive eyes flush with the head.
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