Warlander - horses for sale
The Warlander is a recent breed that combines the qualities of Iberian breeds with those of Friesian horses. The result is an impressive warmblood of Baroque appearance with the strong leg bone and dazzling action of the Friesian, as well as the agility and focus of Iberian breeds such as the PRE (Pura Raza Española) and Lusitano. The combined qualities of Iberians and Friesians are great incentives for experienced equestrians to buy a Warlander. Although relatively new, the breed already has an active international society to provide support to aficionados who sell a Warlander as a horse for competition or display.
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Use and characteristics of the Warlander
Because the Warlander is a new breed, height standards are currently reasonably flexible, although the international registry suggests that no taller than 16.2 hands (66 inches/168 cm) is the optimum for this Baroque type. In practice, the height is no less than 14.3 hands (59 inches/150 cm) and horses over 16.2 hands are permissible when the other criteria are met, giving plenty of choice for riders who buy a Warlander. The breed exhibits all coat colours apart from pinto, roan and appaloosa. Like other noble Baroque breeds, the Warlander has a facial profile that is straight or slightly convex. For equestrians who plan to sell a Warlander, it’s worth noting that the Bavarian Specialist Breed Registry has published a breed standard which should assist in raising the profile of these impressive horses.