Anglo-Kabarda Horses
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Anglo-Kabarda Horses are russian horses that were developedrnby the cross between Kabarda and Thoroughbred horses in the 1920s and 1930s.rnThe goal was to produce a horse that was larger and faster than the nativernKabarda, but adapted to the climate of the northern Caucasus region of Russiarnand able to maneuver in mountainous terrain.

rnrnThey have a Kabarda head with Roman nose profile, straightrnback, long legs, and well-developed joints.

rnrnAnglo-Kabarda Horses may have between 25 percent to 75rnpercent Thoroughbred blood. They are divided into three different types:rn"basic," "oriental" and "massive." Horsesrnbelonging to the basic type are of medium size with a well-shaped head and arernwell muscled; those of the oriental type are smaller and lighter, they havernsmaller heads with large expressive eyes and smaller ears and clean legs; thernmassive type are heavier and taller with a build similar to carriage horses.

rnrnAnglo-Kabarda Horses usually stand between 15.2 and 16 handsrn(62 and 64 inches, 157 and 163 cm) tall. They have legs which are long andrnstrong with well-developed joints giving them the speed of the Thoroughbred andrnthe resistance of the Kabarda.

rnrnAnglo-Kabarda horses are known for being energetic,rnreliable, and spirited but very reliable. As a multi-talented horse, they are commonlyrnused in endurance riding, general riding, jumping, and mounted athleticsrnactivities.

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