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post #41 of 76 Old 05-08-2013, 05:37 PM
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Only a small number of Arabian horse breeders continue to produce preservation or "straight" Crabbet bloodlines


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post #42 of 76 Old 05-09-2013, 06:44 AM
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Uhm....they're a horse? lol

After research: They're from Lithuania :)

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post #43 of 76 Old 05-09-2013, 05:47 PM
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Wild horse breed from the land down under




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post #44 of 76 Old 05-10-2013, 10:27 PM
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Vlaamperd is a horse breed I'm not familiar with, so I had to Google.


The Vlaamperd is a nearly extinct South African draft and riding horse. It was developed mostly from Friesian lines with Cape Harness, Hackney, and Thoroughbred. Their name translates to "Flemish horse", referring to the Friesian ancestry.


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The Oldenburg is a type of Warmblood. The breed was built on a mare base of all-purpose farm and carriage horses, today called the Alt-Oldenburger.

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They come from North Dakota in the USA. Their name is a combination of 'North' and 'Dakota.'. They are wild horses.

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haha nobody replied to that one...

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post #48 of 76 Old 05-13-2013, 10:14 PM
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You got us a stumper there Chokolate! Lol

I think this would be accurate information on the breed:

Also known as the Romanian Light Draught, Transylvanian Light Draught, and the Romanian Trotter. It is rare.


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gaited breed born gaited, gait is called the tolt and is similar to the rack seen in other gaited breeds, but even though other breeds are more famous for it, icelandics don't have to be taught to perform this gait.

dutch heavy draft

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heaviest of all Dutch horse breeds.



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