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Wurttemberger horses have excellent temperaments, combining a sensible attitude with lively and free action. These traits may have originally been due to their use as draft horse and Arabian blood. They are tough and economical to feed when compared to Thoroughbreds.

The standard Wurttemberger stands around 16.1 hands high, and is usually bay, chestnut, brown, or black in color. They have average-sized heads with a straight profile, a good neck, and prominent withers. Their chest is deep and the shoulders are sloping and well-muscled in most cases. The back is long and straight and the croup sloping. They have muscular legs with hard, well-formed hooves.

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