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[ INDEX ] Equine Type: Horse Breed: Riding Finnhorse   [ PREV ] [ NEXT ]
The Riding Finnhorse is the most agile subtype of the Finnhorse breed. It is an all-around horse that can be used for a variety of equestrian sports and disciplines, though they are usually used for dressage and show-jumping. Riding Finnhorses are denoted with an 'R' in the Finnhorse studbook.

Riding Finnhorses are predominantly chestnut in color. Nevertheless, the colors bay, brown, black, grey, palomino, buckskin, roan, and silver also occur. In addition, in Horse Isle, Riding Finnhorses can also be in double-cream (CC) dilutes. The coat is usually solid with white markings on the legs and face. However, in some cases, Riding Finnhorses can also have sabino patterning on their legs, face, and abdomen, and, in rare cases, can also exhibit maximum sabino. Riding Finnhorses stand between 14.2hh and 17hh.

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