Spanish-Norman Horses
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Spanish-Norman horses are considered to be an exclusive and rare breed. Genetically Spanish-Norman horses are a blending of Andalusian and Percheron horses. They are suited for many disciplines including fighting. They were used on the battlefields in Europe by noblemen.  

In 1991 the Spanish-Norman Horse Registry was created to record the pedigrees of this special breed. The Registry was started by Allan and Linda Osterman Hamid of Hamid Hill Farm, Ltd., Woodbury, Connecticut.  

They stand between 15.5hh and 17 hands. Their colors include gray, bay, and black. They are an extremely athletic breed, are calm, docile, intelligent, easy to train, willing, have long arched necks, short backs, solid shoulders, powerful hindquarters, excellent hooves and strong legs. They have large expressive eyes; long graceful necks; laid back shoulders that blend smoothly into short backs; strong hindquarters; and sturdy feet and legs. They are forward and free movers, collected with extension and elevation.    

Because of their power, grace, athletic ability, size and the above characteristics they are used in jumping, eventing, dressage and driving. They perform in medieval games and historical re-enactments, are also excellent pleasure, parade and exhibition horses.

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