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Definition of the noun Warmblood
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- A middle-weight classification of horses, between draught horses and thoroughbreds
Warmblood is a musical group.
- albums: "Timor Mortis", "NecroCosmos DestiNation"
Warmblood: Warmbloods are a group of middle-weight horse types and breeds, primarily originating in Europe, registered with organizations that are characterized by open studbook policy, studbook selection, and the aim of breeding for equestrian sport. The term distinguishes these horses from both heavy draft horses and refined light saddle horses such as the Thoroughbred and Arabian. Though modern warmbloods are descended from heavier agricultural types systematically upgraded by hotblood influence, the term does not imply that Warmbloods are direct crosses of "cold" and "hot".
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The Complete Guide to the Standards of All North American Equine Breed Associations by Fran Lynghaug
Dutch Warmblood is a modern sport horse derived from the selective breeding ofGerman, French, and English horses crossed with native Dutch stock. Over the last two hundred years there have been frequent infusions of “foreign” ...
Grace, Grit and Gratitude (2008)
by Grace Gawler
The modern day warmblood is a combination of the lighter thoroughbred, crossed with the heavier breeds of European horses, a combination that over centuries produced a more elegant, large performance horse for the sport of dressage, ...
Pocket Genius: Horses (2013)
Belgian Warmblood Historically, Belgium has been known for breeding heavy horses for farmwork, and the Belgian Warmblood is a recent development aimed to produce competition horses. This agile breed is well suited to dressage and ...
A History of Horse Breeds
A Warmblood is a cross between the two. As early as 964 AD, an order of Benedictine monks at the Monastery of Einsiedeln in Switzerland bred native horses for use as practical Farm horses. Switzerland is a mountainous country, so the ...
by Bonnie L. Hendricks
However, the farmers still needed a strong warmblood horse for work in the fields . The use of Trakehner stallions and some from the Hanover stud soon produced what the farmers needed. Until 1945 the Neustadt stud bred both military and ...
by Paul A. Rees
Russia Brabant Belgium Breton France Budyonny Russia Camargue France Carthusian Spain Caspian Iran Clydesdale Britain Connemara Ireland Criollo South America Dales pony Britain Danish warmblood Denmark Danubian Bulgaria ...
Full Explanations of More Than 2,000 Terms and Phrases Used by Horsemen by Steven D. Price, Jessie Shiers
American Warmblood Technically, this term refers to horses registered with the American Warmblood Society (AWS) or the American Warmblood Registry (AWR ). In practice, it is often used to refer to horses bred in the United States that have ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
Warmblood thoroughbreds, Arabs and halfbreds (Hanoverian, Holsteiner, etc.) ...
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German warmblood Luka
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