Hungarian Sport Horse - horses for sale
The Hungarian Sport Horse, also known as the Hungarian Warmblood, is a modern competition horse which was mainly developed at the famous Mezőhegyes Stud in Hungary. The Hungarian name for this breed is the Magyar sportló. Although less well-known than other European warmblood horses, the origins of this breed are very old. While the majority of equestrians buy a Hungarian Sport Horse for dressage, they have also had major international show jumping success. Breeders, trainers and equestrians who sell a Hungarian Sport Horse vouch for their capacity to bond with their riders. This breed is a good match for the committed rider looking for a long term competitive equine partner.
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Use and characteristics of the Hungarian Sport Horse
Hungarian Sport Horses are tall animals, usually between 16 hands (64 inches/163 cm) and 17 hands (68 inches/173 cm) in height. They weigh around 1300 pounds (590 kg). They are noted for their long, strong legs and good bones. They are often seen as lighter and finer than other modern warmbloods, somewhat Thoroughbred in appearance, but with more powerful hindquarters. Many riders buy a Hungarian Sport Horse because their elegant movement is highly prized for dressage and the show ring. All coat colours are permissible. Grading standards for breeding are strict, but it’s possible to sell a Hungarian Sport Horse with ancestry that includes other warmbloods, since the focus is on keeping a diverse and healthy gene pool.