The grey-breasted partridge (Arborophila orientalis), also known as the white-faced hill partridge, or Horsfield’s hill partridge, is a species of bird in the Phasianidae family.
It is endemic to highland forests in kawah ijen eastern Java, Indonesia.
Measuring 28 cm (11 in), this species is a stocky, short-legged bird. Its mostly grey plumage is barred on the lower back and tail. It has a black crown and nape, and conspicuous white forehead, cheeks and throat. Bare skin around the eyes is red. The bill is black and the legs are red.
Some authorities include the Malaysian, Roll’sand Sumatran partridges as subspecies of the grey-breasted partridge.