About Czech Warmblood Horses
Czech Warmblood (Czech: Cesky Teplokrevnik) horses are warmblooded
sport horse from the Czech Republic. They were in existence by the time of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire (1876-1918). In the 19th century they were influenced
by Spanish and Italian horses, and later by breeds such as Furioso, Gidran,
Nonius, and Przedswit horses.
Czech Warmblood horses are robust, powerful horses with
strong bones. They have a strong neck on an elegant body, a broad, long back
and good hooves, though they are sometimes flat. Their mane and tail are very
thick. They are also relatively long-lived, unpretentious and relentless horses.
They are willing and teachable with a very good temperament. Most are black,
chestnut, bay, or dark bay.