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Achal-Tekkiner | Verein freunde der Achal-Tekkiner Pferde Schweiz

Achal-Tekkiner | Verein freunde der Achal-Tekkiner Pferde Schweiz

Freiberger, © E. Louesse. Freiberger (also known as Franches-Montagnes) is a draft horse from Switzerland. It's not as heavy as other European drafts but actually quite light and very versatile: it can be used as a draft, carriage horse and riding horse. They're usually chestnuts or bays and 150-160 cm at withers. Their ancestors were the local Jura horses which were crossed with TB's, Ardenners and other breeds. as mountain breed, it's very surefooted and tough.

Freiberger, © E. Louesse. Freiberger (also known as Franches-Montagnes) is a draft horse from Switzerland. It's not as heavy as other European drafts but actually quite light and very versatile: it can be used as a draft, carriage horse and riding horse. They're usually chestnuts or bays and 150-160 cm at withers. Their ancestors were the local Jura horses which were crossed with TB's, Ardenners and other breeds. as mountain breed, it's very surefooted and tough.

Swiss Warmblood (Switzerland)

Swiss Warmblood (Switzerland)

Swiss warmblood. Not a recent breed like some others, this warmblood goes back to the 10th century and was bred by Benedictine monks. The modern refined horse must meet rigorous standards - it is from Switzerland, after all.

Swiss warmblood. Not a recent breed like some others, this warmblood goes back to the 10th century and was bred by Benedictine monks. The modern refined horse must meet rigorous standards - it is from Switzerland, after all.

The Comtois horse is a draft horse that originated in the Jura Mountains on the border between France and Switzerland. The Comtois is a light draft horse, and are generally chestnut with flaxen manes and tails, but they can also be bay. The Comtois horse breed is an old breed of horse that is believed to have descended from horses brought by the Burgundians of northern Germany to France during the fourth century.

The Comtois horse is a draft horse that originated in the Jura Mountains on the border between France and Switzerland. The Comtois is a light draft horse, and are generally chestnut with flaxen manes and tails, but they can also be bay. The Comtois horse breed is an old breed of horse that is believed to have descended from horses brought by the Burgundians of northern Germany to France during the fourth century.

Breed: Swiss Warmblood Country of Origin: Switzerland Average Height: 16hh Usual colour: All solid colours Uses: Riding and competition.

Breed: Swiss Warmblood Country of Origin: Switzerland Average Height: 16hh Usual colour: All solid colours Uses: Riding and competition.

L'Akhal Téké - Un Akhal Téké alezan en liberté

L'Akhal Téké - Un Akhal Téké alezan en liberté

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