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The Hanoverian is a horse that is considered to be a warm-blooded breed. This means it is a good mixture of a light and a heavy horse. The breed’s history dates back to the 17th century, when King George II, Elector of Hanover, began introducing Thoroughbred genetics into Holsteiner lines that he owned. This developed a horse that was used for field work, cavalry needs, and as carriage horses.
Size: 16 x 3,5 x 11 cm