swiss warmblood

This horse was founded in the 10th century, but then improved in the 19th century by Anglo-Norman mares and a Yorkshire coach horse stallion named Bracken. The breed's most important bloodlines are from Anglo-Norman horses. The three most important of them were Ivoire, Que d'Espair, and Orinate de Messil. The Swedish Warmblood Aladin also had a strong influence on the Swiss Warmblood, along with two Holsteiners, Astral and Chevalier.

The Swiss Warmblood horse breed, also called the Einsiedler, was founded in the 10th century on the local Schwyer stock. It was first bred at the Benedictine Monastery of Einsiedeln. They are now raised at the Federal Stud at Avenches.


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