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Hanoverian mare Mari Fon Vizen

Hanoverian mare Mari Fon Vizen

This is Dustin's 17.4 hands tall Hanoverian Thoroughbred mix. He use to be a race horse but now turned out to be quite the cattle, roping, and barrel horse! He loves Dustin. His name is Whispering Shadows since he had to have a cool name when racing but Dustin just calls him Diesel!

One gorgeos black horse with dark shiny coat. What a beautfiul horse! Pretty bridle with white accents and pink flowering trees in the background.

Bartlgut's CALACCIO  born 19.03.2003              Holsteiner / WB Stallion              Colour: Dark Brown

Bartlgut's CALACCIO born Holsteiner / WB Stallion Colour: Dark Brown What I would give to have a Holsteiner!

Totilas, the most brilliant competitive dressage horse of our generation. And he's a world-class baby-daddy too!

"Totilas, the most brilliant competitive dressage horse of our generation".personally, I believe Valegro and Blue Hors Matine are much better. Their movements seem more natural, like they really enjoy dancing, not forced and exaggerated like Totilas.

Hanoverian horse : The breed originated in northern Germany in the state of Lower Saxony, the former kingdom of Hannover

Forget dream car---this is my DREAM HORSE! Hanoverian horse : The breed originated in northern Germany in the state of Lower Saxony, the former kingdom of Hannover

A Hanoverian is a warmblood horse breed originating in Germany, which is often seen in the Olympic Games and other competitive English riding styles, and have won gold medals in all three equestrian Olympic competitions.

This is my big girl, Honor! She is 10 and is very sweet and loves to compete! She is very affectionate and will do anything I ask of her, she is amazing!

Hanoverian horse  2001, Black - 16.0 hand

Yup, here's one of my many dream horses! Lovely black modern Hanoverian with chrome!

Hanoverian warmblood stallion, Bon Balou. Handsome chestnut. I don't know if geneticists know why, but chestnuts are more likely to express sabino traits than black-based horses.

I don't know if geneticists know why, but chestnuts are more likely to express sabino traits than black-based horses.

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