Polish Warmblood - horses for sale
Poland has long had its own unique horse breeding traditions. This nation produces not just one, but two types of warmblood, these being the Wielkopolski and the Malopolski. While very popular within Poland, they are less well-known elsewhere. Vendors may sell a Polish Warmblood without specifying which of the two breeds it is, since the two are similar and the names derive from the regions of Poland that produced them. Both make good sports horses, with the Wielkopolski perhaps having the edge when it comes to show jumping. Choosing to buy a Polish Warmblood is a good decision for the rider looking for an uncommon and adaptable European breed for riding, driving or competing.
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Use and characteristics of the Polish Warmblood
The advantage of Polish Warmbloods is that Poland has a long history of selectively breeding horses for combined competitive and work purposes. Polish breeders are renowned for their experience in selecting complementary qualities from individuals of different breeds to produce and sell a Polish Warmblood. Modern Polish Warmbloods stand between 15.2 hands (62 inches/152 cm) and 16.2 hands (66 inches/168 cm) high. Riders looking to buy a Polish Warmblood will find that chestnut and bay are common colours, along with some individuals that are black, grey, or roan depending on ancestry. The Malapolski’s long back and powerful legs make it a good all-round ride and drive horse, while the Wielkopolski is a comfortable ride and good competition horse. Both are reasonably hardy horses.