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As its name suggests, the Hispano-Breton was created by crossing native Spanish mares with French Breton stallions (see the 'Breton' for more information.)
While the breed was created during the 1930s, it was recognized only during the 1990s. Originally, it was created to serve as a farm horse, but today, it is bred primarily for its meat, although some Hispano-Bretons are used for recreational riding.
The conformation of Hispano-Bretons is similar to that of the Breton, and is characterized by a straight profile, a short and muscular neck, a straight back, a muscular double croup, a wide and muscular body, and short thick legs that have light feathering.
The hair of the mane and tail can grow thick and long, and be wavy.
The following are the: range, average, (SD), and MOE of performance metrics of ordered Hispano-Bretons in Horse Isle (not bred ones). In rare cases,
Speed: 13.1-14.6, 13.8 (0.3), 0.06.
Sprint: 35-51, 43 (4), 0.77.
Accel: 0.86-1.02, 0.94 (0.04), 0.01.
Decel: 1.11-1.29, 1.21 (0.04), 0.01.
Jump: 4.71-5.00, 4.87 (0.06), 0.01.
Pull: 3.99-4.75, 4.36 (0.16), 0.03.
Turning: 50.33-62.97, 56.36 (3.01), 0.59.
Reverse: 2.0-2.7, 2.4 (0.1), 0.03.
Stamina: 53.02-57.12, 54.84 (0.92), 0.18.
Reaction: 0.75-0.85, 0.80 (0.02), 0.00.
Coats & Height:
Colors: usually flaxen chestnut in color, but can also be bay, black, brown, roan, and silver-dapple.
Additionals: flaxen, mealy, sooty, and grey mane & tail.
Height: 14.1hh to 15.1hh.
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