The M'Par or Mpar is a breed of small horse from the historic region of Cayor in Senegal, in West Africa. It may for that reason be called the French: Cheval de Cayor. It is the smallest of the four Senegalese horse breeds, the others being the M'Bayar, the Fleuve and the Foutanké.

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  • The M'Par or Mpar is a breed of small horse from the historic region of Cayor in Senegal, in West Africa. It may for that reason be called the French: Cheval de Cayor. It is the smallest of the four Senegalese horse breeds, the others being the M'Bayar, the Fleuve and the Foutank√©. (en)
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  • M'Par
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  • The M'Par or Mpar is a breed of small horse from the historic region of Cayor in Senegal, in West Africa. It may for that reason be called the French: Cheval de Cayor. It is the smallest of the four Senegalese horse breeds, the others being the M'Bayar, the Fleuve and the Foutank√©. (en)
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  • M'Par (en)
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