Colours: Black, Chestnut, Bay, Dun, Palomino, and Buckskin
Basic History: Little information is there about this rare draft breed. It originated from Ilia, Greece, though and has several other names. The Andravida is also called the Ilia, Eleia, and Greece. Andravidas' ancestors were cavalry horses used by Athenians in the fourth century. The Greek Cavalry also used this horse as a mount in the seventh century. Arabian stock was bred in with the Andravida to lighten their form and create the horse that is known today.
Habitat: This breed of horse has stocky and powerful legs with a deep chest. They would do great in a mountain, valley, or forest.
Quick Facts: This breed is not bred out of Ilia. This horse is bred to be a strong and willing horse for transportation, agriculture, and riding.