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Some history

The Dutch Warmblood is a sport horse breed, the term 'warmblood' simply distinguishes this type of horse from the cold blooded draft horses and the Thoroughbreds and Arabians which are hot blooded.
Sport horse refers to the intended use of the breed as a competitive and recreational horse for major disciplines of dressage, jumping and driving.

Other breeds are more often introduced to the gene pool to reap the benefits of hybrid vigor, and to speed and improve the evolutionary process of attaining the "Breeding Goal" of the particular studbook. The Dutch Warmblood is no exception to that.

The Dutch Warmblood is a modern sport horse derived from the selective breeding of
German, French, and English horses crossed with the native Dutch stock. The roots of the Dutch Warmblood lay in Gelderland and Groningen, two provinces in The Netherlands.
In Gelderland, located in the central Netherlands, the soil is sandy, and here the lighter type of horse developed. In Groningen on the other hand, where the soil is heavy clay, a much heavier and denser horse was produced.

The two remained genetically compatible and to refine their horse Groningen breeders used Gelderlanders, while in order to add more mass to the Gelderlander, Groningen blood was used.

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