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The Westphalian Horse is a subtype of the Westphalian breed.

Westphalian registries have an open book policy which allows to crossbreed Westphalian horses with German, Swedish, Belgian, Dutch, and Canadian sport warmbloods, as well as with Thoroughbreds and Anglo-Arabs. However, every stallion must pass a strict conformation evaluation, and must achieve a minimal number of achievements and wins, before it is approved for breeding.

Westphalian horses usually have solid coats in the colors of bay, chestnut, brown, black, or grey. Cream-diluted colors and pinto coats exist in this breed but to a lesser extent. They usually stand between 15.3hh and 17hh, but their full height range is 14.3hh and 17.1hh.

(For more info, see the 'Westphalian' breed.)


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