Crossbred Horses for SaleCrosbreed horses for sale
The Sans Souci and the Arabic/Frisian crossing:
Just to name a few
The crossbreeding is the source of most races of horses. Thoroughbred, for example, is the result of the stud of 20 warm-blooded queen of England broodmares with three studs, The Darley Arabian, The Godolphin Arabian and The Byerly Turk (A Barb). Likewise, warm-blooded horses in Europe have their roots in the selected infection of "hot blood" over several hundred years to an initial basis of horses of a certain kind or "land race" and not even to a race that originated from the forest horses, the ancestors of the Zugraces.
As inbreeding ( "or line breeding") reinforces and reinforces desired (and unfortunately unwanted) characteristics and quality, the crossbreed tries to mix the best of both races, to eliminate genetic weaknesses such as HYPP and iliac bone and to create a physically stronger rubbing beast with "hybrid power". Crossbreeding selectively over several generation can create a mixed "type" of horses, while maintaining the vitality of the hibid.
We have selected our horses for a blend of the best traits of Clydesdale, Percheron, Shire, Thoroughbred and Hackney Horses to create an atheletic, multifaceted and straightforward stallion. What's the Shire for? The Shire, one of the biggest horses in the whole wide range, comes from the'Shires' of England and is a descendent of the Old English Black Horses, whose forefathers were the'great horses' of the Middle Ages.
An alluvial land can hold 19 arms and is an immense powerful, tall steed with long feet and a lot of feathers. In spite of its greatness and power, the shift is one of the most gentle horses, with a healthy spirit and a good working-morale. It is these characteristics that make the shift a striking, sporty stallion.
Its soft and tolerant natural environment and robust, sporty physique make the Shire an outstanding contribution to a crossbreeding programme. What's with the Clydesdale? Because of its greatness and marvellous temper, the Clydesdale is used. Clydesdale features with its drooping back and long feet, freedom of motion and ground-covering crotch.
It also has a long, well sprung throat with a brief, tight and strong buttocks. These characteristics make it the most sporty of all draught horses. Clydesdale, like Shire, has an acceptable character and contibuts both supple movements and trainerability to her offspring.
What's with the Hackney Horser? Hackney has a powerful, small size with a deep chestpan. This Hackney has been used as a basic sire in races such as Holsteiner and Trakhener and is also bred perseveringly and is able to "walk the distance", which has proven to be a precious good in many disciplines, especially in fox hunting.
While the Hackney is best known for its sleek high-jump motion in the seat, it is interesting to see that the 8'2" is a Hackney crossing that holds the 8'2" all-time high. It is a great way to get up and down the mountain. The perfect balance of mountain structure and extremely free elbows contributes to your resilience and movemet.
Whole blood has been an important part in the establishment of many of today's well-known races such as the Hannoverian and the Dutch Warmblood. The thoroughbred with its many good characteristics is still one of the most powerful horses in equestrian sport (e.g. running and jumping). You mean the Paint Horser?
Apaint horses travelling with a low knees have a tendency to be well bemuskelt and therefore have a tendency to degenerate the effect of train races while providing good coverage of the muscles, which can lead to single progeny that move shallowly and are well-paired. This are only a few races that distinguish themselves in equitation.
Combining these races can give you strength, health and stamina and at the same time produce a sophisticated and sporty but healthy foal. The crossbreed is extremely competitve in the fields, training, eventing, show jumps, carriage rides and leisure time. They are suitable for almost every kind of equitation and are easy to train by both amateur and professional riders.