east bulgarian

The East Bulgarian was developed at the end of the 19th century at the Vassil Kolarov stud farm near Shuman and at Bojurishte near Sofia, in Bulgaria, by crossing local Arabs, Anglo-Arabs, English Thoroughbreds and English half-breds. Its foundations were laid in the late 19th century in Kabiuk and in the former Bozhurishte Military Stud which was moved into the newly-launched Stefan Karazha Stud near Balchik in the middle of the last century. Once the characteristics had been established, only English Thoroughbred blood was used to improve the quality of the stock and the breed was recognised in 1951.

The East Bulgarian is a light, moderately large horse which was only recognised as a separate breed in the 1950s.


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