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Oldenburg horses were developed in a small area near surrounding the province of Oldenburg, Germany in the 16th century. They horses are multi-talented horses commonly used in dressage, endurance riding, general riding, hunting, and jumping activities.


Oldenburg horses were originally developed as a strong carriage horse. They were developed from Spanish, Neapolitan, Barb, Thoroughbred, and Hanoverian horses. The early Oldenburg horses were well-known for consistency in conformation, great power, and their magnificent coal black color. They were also famed for their kind character and extreme willingness to work under saddle, in front of a carriage, or in the fields. However, as the need for carriage horses dwindled, more Thoroughbred and Norman blood was introduced, resulting in production of a excellent all-purpose saddle horse.



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