Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Beautiful Pacific Northwest
• Horses: 0
Have you heard anything about the trotters being exported to the US much? I have never seen a single one over here, and I've been looking. The Fjords and Icelandics are both pretty popular in the US. I think the Fjords are because of their sweet temperament and unique coloration, and the Icelandics are just cool in their own right. But the coldblooded trotter is a much more comfortable ride, it's bigger, and is usually nice and spirited, so I'm very surprised that they haven't become popular in the US. Have I been looking for the wrong breed? I've been looking for the Døle Gudbrandsdal, and the coldblooded trotter is another name for it, or an offshoot from it, is it not? Please correct me if I've been looking for the wrong horse, as I would really like to find one in the US.