Czech Warmblood - horses for sale
Czech Warmbloods are tall, powerful horses of attractive appearance that combine heart and strength with an authentic character and willingness. The Czech Republic has a long-established history of producing leading warmbloods. The breed’s jumping capability, as well as its turn of speed and skill across country are some of the features that riders admire when they buy a Czech Warmblood. This enthusiasm for fast riding and jumping is one of the nation’s equestrian traditions. Riders who sell a Czech Warmblood find a ready market among people who are looking for an honest horse with good sense and vigour.
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Use and characteristics of the Czech Warmblood
In its homeland, the Czech Warmblood is known as the Český teplokrevník. It is representative of the typical European warmblood sports horse yet has some recognisable local features. They average around 16 hands (64 inches/163 cm) high. Their coat colours are mainly bay, dark bay, black, and chestnut, with a few greys. Occasionally vendors sell a Czech Warmblood with dun or palomino colouring. They are powerful horses with strong, dense bone. Their strong feet are considered to be relatively flat. Robustness and genuineness are some of the characteristics that riders admire when they buy a Czech Warmblood. They are noted for their thick manes and tails.