Belgian Warmblood Horses
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Belgian Warmbloods are bred distinctively as a show horse that excels in dressage and jumping arenas. They are basically the mixture of many breeds with the lighter Belgian agricultural horses as their base. In the 1950s these agricultural horses were mixed with Gelderlanders for greater size and strength. In the 1960s Selle Francais and Hanoverian were introduced. They gave the Belgian Warmblood greater athletic ability and freedom of movement. The Thoroughbred and Anglo-Arabian horses introduced to the breed conformation and speed.  

They stand around 16.2 hands high. Their head is alert and full of quality, mainly due to its Anglo-Arabian influence. Their withers are well placed and their shoulders are of good riding type. Their body is compact with good depth and a back of perfect length. They are known to have correct legs and sound hooves.  

Due to the result of careful and specific breeding, the Belgian Warmblood is becoming increasingly popular in a country that has been dominated by heavy horse breeding in the past. Over 4,000 Belgian Warmbloods are born every year. In addition to being excellent competition horses, they are also known for their excellent temperament.

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