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Kushum, or Kushumakaya, hosrses were developed at the Pytimarskrnand Furman studs in Urals region of Kazakhstan from 1931 to 1976. They were developedrnlargely from trotter, Thoroughbred, Don, Budyonny, and Kazakh horses.

rnrnOriginally, the goal was to develop, on the basis of thernnative Kazakh horses, a good army mount. Kazakh mares were crossed withrnThoroughbreds and half breeds, as well as the trotters, to obtain larger sizernand to improve gaits.rnrn 

rnrnThey have a high adaptability to local conditions, which isrnreflected in increased weight gain in spring and autumn, which makes them suitablernfor meat and milk production’ their large size and live weight guarantee a highrnyield of horse meat.rnrn 

rnrnKushum horses have the solid build of a saddle-harness horserntype; their head is large but nor coarse. Their neck is average in length andrnfleshy. Their withers are pronounced. Their back is long and flat. Their crouprnis well muscled but not long enough. Their chest is broad and deep. Their legsrnare properly set. They are found in bay and chestnut.

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