Are warmbloods expensive?

A highly skilled Dutch warmblood with a competitive Olympic show record can cost hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars. What is this? If you’re looking for a good jumper to succeed in the lower levels, a well-bred Dutch warmblood can cost anywhere from $40,000 – $100,000.

What breed is a warm blood?

Warmblood horse breeds were produced by crossing hot-blood and cold-blood horses. Some common warmblood breeds are Dutch Warmblood, Hanoverian, Holsteiner, and Trakhener. These breeds were developed for riding and for drawing wagons and carriages.

How much does a 17 hand warmblood weight?

Similarly, a Shire at the bottom end of the height scale (17 hands) is considered underweight if it weighs less than 770kg, but a 17 hand thoroughbred is overweight at 590kg.

Why are Warmbloods popular?

Warmbloods have become popular since the end of World War II when mechanization made agricultural horses obsolete, and recreational riding became more widespread in the western world. The ancestral warmblood types are referred to as the heavy warmbloods and are preserved through special organizations.

Why choose a NZ Warmblood?

Our objective is to ensure NZ Warmbloods are bred to produce: horses capable of International Representation in the Olympic disciplines of Dressage, Showjumping and Eventing a noble, correctly built Warmblood horse with good rideability, capable of superior performance in all disciplines a horse with natural impulsion and elastic movements

Are there any Hanoverian horses for sale in New Zealand?

Matthews Hanoverians breed quality Hanoverian warmblood horses for sale in New Zealand. Top Dressage bloodlines for top performance horses.

What are the different breeds of warmblood horses?

They include Oldenburg, Hanoverian, Selle Français, Dutch Warmblood (KWPN), Rheinlander , Holsteiner and Westfalian and the German Warmblood Pony.