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The Dongola or Dongolawi is a riding horse native to Sudan and to western Eritrea and Cameroon. Although its name suggests, it does not originate from the Dongola region. It is strongly linked to the Barb horse and also bears resemblances to the Arab horse and is estimated to be partly descended from the Iberian horse during the 13th century. Many sub-breeds and crossbreeds are recognized across western Africa, many of them are small, resembling the Poney Mousseye. The Dongola or Dongolawi is an African breed of riding horse. It is predominantly of Barb type, though there may have been some Arab influence in the past. It originated in the Dongola province of Sudan, for which it is named. In eastern Africa it is distributed in the northern part of Sudan and in western Eritrea; it is also present in several West African countries including Cameroon, Chad and the Central African Republic. A number of local West African breeds or types derive from it; they may be regarded as sub-types, or may be reported as separate breeds. The Dongola or Dongolawi is a riding horse native to Sudan and to western Eritrea and Ethiopia. Although its name suggests, it does not originate from the Dongola region. It is strongly linked to the Barb horse and also bears resemblances to the Arab horse and is estimated to be partly descended from the Iberian horse during the 13th century. Many sub-breeds and crossbreeds are recognized across western Africa, many of them are small, resembling the Poney Mousseye.
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