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Horse breeds: Oldenburg

Horse breeds: Oldenburg


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Origins and attitudes

Horse originally from Germany. The breed derives from the heavy Frisian improved, from the beginning, by English and Anglo-Arab (French and Spanish) thoroughbreds. At the end of the 19th century the breed was fixed as it is today with the contribution of Cleveland-bay stallions. At the beginning of the twentieth century he was a powerful coachbuilder and an excellent military horse; then further bleeding with thoroughbred stallions made it a lighter horse suitable for all disciplines.
Saddle horse and light shooting, currently used in equestrian sports (good jumper, long-lived and early in learning).

Morphological characters

Type: meso-dolicomorphic.
Coat: bay, morello, gray, rarely chestnut.
Height at the withers: 165 - 175 cm.
Weight: 500 - 550 kg.
Quiet but energetic and loyal character.

Oldenburg (photo www.theequinest.com)


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