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    11-28-2011, 09:09 PM

I've never heard of this breed before until I bought one....
Do any of you guys know anything about them??
He's an amazing horse...great work ethic...but I'd still love to get some feedback from you guys on your experiences with rhinelanders... if you look under my horses Marley is my rhinelander you can look at some pics of him there...my computer is acting up and won't let me post photos here for whatever reason...
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    11-28-2011, 10:03 PM
I am not positive,but I believe Rheinlanders can be many breeds. For example my Oldenburg is also registered Rheinlander. I know of a Hanoverian/Quarter cross that is Rheinlander. I think it is just an association not a breed...

Here ya go'...all the info:

    11-28-2011, 10:07 PM
I found it!

General Requirements
In order to be registered RPSI, horses must meet certain pedigree requirements. Warmbloods registered with the following recognized warmblood breeding associations are eligible for entry into the Main Mare Book and Stud Book I of the RPSI: Oldenburg ISR, German Oldenburg Verband, Hanoverian, Holsteiner, Trakehner, Swedish Warmblood, Dutch Warmblood, Belgian Warmblood, Westfalian, Rhineland, Bavarian, and Baden-Wurtemburg. Thoroughbred (Jockey Club), Arabian, Anglo-Arabian and Shagya Arabian horses are also eligible for entry into the main breeding books. Breeding books for Knabstruppsers, Sport Ponies and Palominos also exist. Draft crosses, Quarter Horses and other American breeds are eligible for recording into the Pre-Mare and Stud Book II books. Each horse will be personally inspected by the official German Judges.
    11-28-2011, 10:30 PM
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Rhinelander Warmblood Horse Breed History
    12-01-2011, 12:15 AM
A couple years ago a rhinelander won the grande prix show jumping show st Pebble.
    12-05-2011, 10:38 AM
The horse I learnt to ride on was a Rheinlander ;D
And I live in Nord Rhein Westphalen, but I can't tell you much about the lines, I'm pretty sure their brand is similair to the Trakehners.
    12-05-2011, 10:48 AM
My aunt has a Rhinelander. She's bad with other horses, but great with people! She may be thirty, but she's always the first one to come see you. Rhinelanders were a modern addition to the warmblood breeds, and I think they ranked 11th as the international competition breed for show jumping and dressage.

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