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Brazilian Sport Horses (Brasileiro de Hipismo), were developed specifically for competition in 1970. They were developed from Andalusian, Thoroughbred, Trakehner, Hanoverian, Holsteiner, Oldenburger, Westphalian, Irish Hunter, Selle Francais, Argentine-Anglo and Belgian Warmblood horses. They are popular in the US and Europe and have successfully completed recent Olympic Games. In 1996 four Brazilian Sport Horses, Aspen, Adelfos, Cassiano Joter, and Calei Joter, competed in the Atlanta Olympics and in Sydney in 2000.    

They are intelligent, light, agile, quick, athletic and large (over 16 hands high), and lively. They have a sweet disposition, solid work ethic, endless ability, calm, brave and balanced. They have excellent endurance and stamina. Their conformation varies because many breeds have influenced them. Their gaits are extensive and animated. Their trot is very comfortable. They are elegant movers. Although all coat colors are allowed they are usually solid and dun colored. It is not unusual for these horses to start their professional careers at four or five years of age. They hold up well--usually into their early or mid teens. The Brazilian Sport Horses are natural competitors.  

The Brazilian Sport Horse has to pass a rigorous inspection before they will be entered into the breed registry. Horses are tested for their overall abilities, temperament, and conformation to the goals of the Breeder's Association.

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