|Country of origin:||Italy|
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
The Ventasso Horse is a rare breed of horse originating from Italy. The Ventasso Horse breed was formed through the interbreeding of local horses with the Lipizzaner and the Maremmano. It is used as a general riding horse and as a competition sport horse. It is critically endangered, with less than 50 purebred horses remaining.
They are well proportioned and expressive, with a straight profile and a muscular, medium-lengthed neck. The shoulder is sloping. The chest is deep and the back is of good length. bay and gray are the most common colours.