About Budyonny Horses
Budyonny horses originated in Russia and are known for
having a iridescent coat. They received their name from Marshall Budyonny of
the red army. They can be found all over the Russian Federation; inside
Ukraine, Belarus, Moscow, Rostov, and along the Lake Ladoga.
Budyonny horses were created by combining the Thoroughbred
Don horses. They were utilized for all sorts of purposes as both work horses
and for leisure uses as well. They are an incredible cavalry horse; built for
speed and durability.
They are the perfect combination of strength with an
attractive appearance. They are noted by experts as being rather athletic and
coordinated and also mild tempered.
Budyonny horses have a great overall look. They are
generally around fifteen hands in full grown size and have a tapered muzzle
with what is considered a neat head. This head shape is considered the easiest
method of identifying the breed as they were once bred with Thoroughbreds. Hey
have a long neck, strong feet, and a muscular croup.
They can reside in all sorts of environments and are easy to
please. They are amicable and very loyal to their owners and families. They are
recognized for their strength and elegance. There have not been noted to have
any major illnesses reported within the breed.