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Wurttemberger Horse, Wurttemberg

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Country: Germany

Home tract: Developed in the mid 16th century as a heavy coach horse in Wurttemberg Germany by crossing Arabian animals with native stock

Status: Endangered

Morphological Characters

Body coat: Chestnut, black, bay, grey colours

Head: Straight

Back: Short and strong

Shoulders: Sloping and powerful

Chest: Deep and broad

Legs: Short and muscular. Hooves are well formed and strong

Mophometric traits

Body height at withers: 163.57 cm

Temperament: Friendly

Uses: Riding, sport, show, coach and light draft


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