Morgan Horse for comparison.

The High Hallow breed was the result of several centuries of selective breeding in the Duchy of High Hallow in Chisholm, starting from Old Earth Morgan horses who’d already profited from the attentions of Pei Shan-wei’s geneticists.

They were smaller and lighter, and far more stubborn than the powerful, spirited chargers Mainlander armies favoured, not to mention being shaggy and far from dashing in their heavy winter coats.

Shaggy and less flamboyant a High Hallow might be, but they could get by on less feed, keep going when dashing chargers collapsed and died, and thrived in temperatures which would kill most other breeds in short order. (LAMA)