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Westfalen Pony, Westphalian Horse

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Country: Germany

Home tract: Developed at the State Stud of Warendorf in Westphalia Germany, they are the pony version of the Westfalen Horse.

Morphological Characters


Body: Similar to the Hanoverian in confirmation

Body coat: Most solid colours

Head: Attractive and a straight or slightly dished profile

Lion: Powerful

Back: Broad, medium-length

Quarters: Strong hindquarters

Tail: High-set

Legs: Short with large pronounced joints, strongly muscled forearms. Hard, well-shaped hooves

Mophometric traits

Body height at withers: Male cm, female cm, 154.43-174.75 cm

Temperament: Even-tempered

Uses: Riding, eventing, show and sport horse

References

  1. Hendricks B.L., 2007, “International encyclopedia of horse breeds,” University of Oklahoma Press; p. 440.
  2. Porter V., Alderson G.L.H., Hall S.J.G. and Sponenberg D.P., 2016, “Mason’s World Encyclopedia of Livestock Breeds and Breeding,” 2 Volume Pack. Cabi; p. 513.
  3. The Equinest, 2011, “Westfalen Pony,” The Equinest - The 100% Horse Crap. [Web Reference]
  4. The Equinest, 2011, “Westphalian Horse,” The Equinest - The 100% Horse Crap. [Web Reference]
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