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Prior to the 1970s, Brazil used to import European sport warmbloods of various breeds, so that Brazilian riders will have the best horses to compete with. However, in 1970, a Brazilian horse breeder called Enio Monte decided to create a sport horse of Brazilian origin.
To achieve this, Enio crossed Criollo mares with sport warmblood stallions of various breeds, as well as with Thoroughbred and Andalusian stallions. In 1977, Monte, together with other breeders, established the Brazilian Association of Sport Horse Breeders, and thus the Brazilian Sport Horse breed was officially recognized.
Today, Brazilian Sport Horses are primarily bred to perform well in the highest levels of dressage, eventing, and show-jumping, but they also serve as police horses in Brazil.
The following are the: range, average, (SD), and MOE of performance metrics of ordered Brazilian Sport Horse in Horse Isle (not bred ones). In rare cases,
Speed: 17.0-18.3, 17.6 (0.3), 0.06.
Sprint: 52-64, 58 (2), 0.45.
Accel: 0.83-1.00, 0.92 (0.04), 0.01.
Decel: 0.95-1.10, 1.02 (0.03), 0.01.
Jump: 5.47-5.67, 5.58 (0.04), 0.01.
Pull: 2.32-3.03, 2.65 (0.13), 0.03.
Turning: 46.76-59.78, 52.94 (3.07), 0.6.
Reverse: 2.3-3.0, 2.7 (0.1), 0.03.
Stamina: 48.18-52.52, 50.14 (0.87), 0.17.
Reaction: 0.81-0.89, 0.85 (0.02), 0.00.
Coats & Height:
Colors: usually bay, black, brown, chestnut, and gray. In Horse Isle, they also come in cream-dilutes.
Additionals: flaxen, rabicano, sooty, white-spotted sabino, all rare patterns.
Breeding notes: the following colors & patterns don't naturally exist in this breed but can be bred into it: dun, dominant-black, dominant-white, frame-overo, linebacked, manchado, roan, and splashed-white.
Height: 16.1hh to 17.1hh.
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