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Wien, Lipizzaner


What a Beauty! Schloss Amerang in Germany: HENGSTE-STALLIONS-SEMENTALES


beautiful sooty buckskin. - Spanish Horses Germany the stud farm in Traventhal

Württemberger. The original horses were produced by introducing Arabian, Trakehner, Anglo-Norman, Friesian, Spanish, Barb, and Suffolk Punch blood to local warmblood lines. An Anglo-Norman stallion named Faust was a significant early influence on the breed, and contributed to the original shape of the breed. This type lasted until the mid-1950s,


Oldenburger zu verkaufen: Stute, Dunkelbrauner, 5 Jahre in Walsrode, Niedersachsen, Deutschland (Caballo-ID: HA002344) | Caballo Horsemarket


Spanish Jennet stallion Piano. Spanish Jennet in Bückeburg, Germany.


The Rottaler was originally bred in the Rott valley of Bavaria, and was used as the foundation for the Bavarian Warmblood. Systematic breeding in the region dates back to 1558, when the first duke, Albrecht IV, imported popular Neapolitan and Spanish stallions. As a result of highly organized breeding efforts - the earliest exterior evaluations directed breeding and prizes or "premiums" were offered to bribe breeders not to export the best horses - by the 1800s visitors took great notice of…

THE MENORQUIN HORSE: Origin: The Menorquín originates from the island of Menorca, the Balearic islands, in Spain. The (breed)name: The official name of the breed is “Pura Raza Menorquina” (Pure Breed Menorquina), abbreviated P.R.M. In Spain, however, one speaks of a “Menorca” (horse), although “Menorquín” is also used on the mainland of Spain or Menorquina. This last name, Menorquín or Menorquina, is also the most widely used abroad (France, Germany, Italy, etc.). This phenomenon is also…