The Holstein, also known as the Holsteiner Warmblut (literally the Holstein Warmblood) is a breed that was developed in
Standing at between 16 and 17 hands tall (64-68 inches, 163-173 centimeters), the Holstein is larger than your average horse.
The typical coat colors for a Holstein are brown, black, and bay.
Personality and Temperament
To breed quality
History and Background
A result of interbreeding Neapolitan and Spanish horses, the Holstein was produced to serve as part of the German calvary. (The stock was later refined by added blood of West Asian horses, particularly those from Turkey.)
The history of the
The Association of Breeders of Holstein Horses was established for the purpose of propagating and preserving the
The dorsal part of the horse between the scapula
Breeding within the family as a way of predicting desirable characteristics
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