The Campolina is a popular saddle horse breed from Brazil, most commonly found in the states of Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro. It is a gaited breed, tall and lean, with a distinctive "banana nose,**" quite large ears, long neck and sloping croup. It is ideal for long distance riding, and famed for its pleasant temperament and comfortable gaits. They are also used for general ranch work.
Campolinas come in two varieties of gaitedness - either with a diagonal gait, a sort of stepping pace, called the Marcha Picada; or with a lateral gait, a sort of stepping trot, called the Marcha Batida. Horses with the Picada gait are considered showier and slightly more comfortable, but cannot hold their gait at higher speeds (the gait can be done at a walking speed or trotting speed, beyond that the horse will canter), horses with the Batida gait can gait faster (even as fast as a cantering horse) as well as canter, of course.
Here is a video showing a horse doing the Marcha Batida, followed by a horse doing the Marcha Picada.
The photo at the top of the post is of a Campolina horse at a riding stable near the city of Rio de Janeiro.
And below, a video of a champion Campolina. The horses are typically ridden in a curb bit and a simple Brazilian saddle similar to a much lighter version of an Australian saddle. Even at shows, they are not "gussied up" but shown in a simple, natural fashion.
**The distinctive "roman" nose is prominent even in young horses, harking back to the noble noses of the Lusitano. I find it a very distinguished and elegant shape!!
Update: a reader sent in a clarification about the nose of the Campolina horse, which you can read here.