The Foutanké or Fouta is a breed or type of light horse from Senegal, in West Africa. It results from the cross-breeding of a Fleuve stallion with an M'Bayar mare; its conformation is similar to that of the Fleuve.:15 It is one of the four recognised Senegalese horse breeds – the others being the M'Bayar, the Fleuve and the M'Par:23 – and is highly valued for horse-racing.:38
Also known as
This breed is also called 256, Fouta, Geo as well as Sine-Saloum.
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