warmblood


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warm·blood

 (wôrm′blo͝od′)
n.
A horse of any of various breeds having a moderate build and mild temperament, originally developed by crossing draft horses with Arabians or Thoroughbreds, and often used for dressage and jumping.
adj.
Relating to or having the characteristics of a warmblood.

[Translation of German Warmblut : warm, warm + Blut, blood (from the fact that warmblood horses are livelier than draft horses but less excitable than Arabians and Thoroughbreds).]

warmblood

(ˈwɔːmˌblʌd)
n
a breed of horse
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Born in 1977, he was sired by the Dutch Warmblood Marius and was ridden by the late Caroline Bradley during his early career.
Claire bred Ghillie out of her Welsh Cob mare Indie by the Dutch Warmblood sire Wise Guy and it was their second win the five-round series organised by the team at Cumbria Horse Trials, as she and Ghillie had won the 80cm Speed & in the first round.
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During her yearly training in Germany, she rides on a Dutch Warmblood named Saigon.
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Continuing the tradition of their ancestors and riding their beloved Ukrainian Warmblood horses, (particularly suited to stunt riding because of their fearlessness and endurance), cossacks are truly masters of speed and agility.
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Reproductive characteristics and semen quality in maiden Dutch warmblood stallions.
Meanwhile, Sheikh Yousef Al-Sabah came fourth in the 120cm class on his Dutch Warmblood Van Schundel's Wamberto, with zero faults and 29.
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