Rhenish-German Cold-Blood ( Rhineland) Horses
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Rhenish German Coldblood (also known as Rheinisch Deutsches Kaltblut, Rheinisch-Westfalisches Kaltblut, Rhineland Heavy Draft, and Rhenish-German Coldblood) are a heavy draught horse from the Rhineland area of western Germany. They were bred in the second part of the nineteenth century, principally at the Prussian state stud at Schloss Wickrath in Wickrathberg, now part of Monchengladbach in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Rhenish German Coldblood are usually roan in color although sometimes chestnut can be seen. They have either black points or a flaxen mane and tail. On average they are 16 to 16.3 hand high and weight 1860 to 2200 lbs.

They have a Plain head with a short thick neck and a wide, short body. Their frame is massive. Their hindquarters are muscular and their limbs are strong and short with a great deal of feathering. Their mane and tail are thick and course and their tail is often docked.
They have a good character and pleasant temper, as well as a willingness to work. They handle long days working very well. They are use for forestry, agriculture, sport/hobby, and as a brewery horse.

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