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The Jutland Horse: The Grand Ambassador

In an era where more and more spirited sport horses are bred, this breed, however, is cultivated to remain a robust and medium-sized draught horse. The Jutland horse (also spelled Jutish horse,...

Aegidienberger: The Perfect Blend

For hundreds of years, there's been a tradition to name a horse after the region it originates from. The breed, named after Aegidienberg in the German Rhineland region, is no exception –...

Irish Draught: The Hidden Talent

In the 18th century, Irish agriculture required a special horse. The family's four-legged companion needed to be versatile, capable of doing a bit of everything. Above all, it had to be a...

Exmoor Pony: The Little Wild One

This long-haired breed originates from the moorland around the northeastern Devon and western Somerset regions in England. It takes its name from the nearby River Exe. The breed descends from one of...

The Oldenburg Horse: The Good-Natured Riding Horse

The story of the German breed, the Oldenburg horse, began in 17th century Germany. It was founded by Count Anton of Oldenburg, who had a great interest in horse breeding. He added...

Belgian Draught Horse: Big, Bigger, Strongest

When it comes to cold-blooded horses, there are few that can compare to the iconic Belgian. It has had a visible influence on most horses in its weight class. It has a...

Lipizzaner: The Class Darling

There are mainly three breeds that have left their mark on equestrian sports, breeding, and war. The Arabian, with its Middle Eastern beauty and physical characteristics. The Thoroughbred, setting new standards for...

Breton: France’s versatile favorite

France is certainly no newcomer to horses and breeding. Breeds like the Percheron, Camargue, and the modern Selle Français are evidence that the French have kept horses for many different purposes for...

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