Georgian Grande Baron Von Vendavel Standing 17.3 at 6 Years old. The Georgian Grande Horse is a new horse breed being developed from crossbreeding the American Saddlebred on the Friesian horse and assorted draft horse breeds. The aim of the breeding is to create a Saddlebred-like horse that adds the best qualities of heavier breeds. One goal of the breed registry is to recreate a historic type of Saddlebred common prior to the 20th century that has been less emphasized in modern times.

Baron Von Vendavel was chosen as the Stone model horse for the Georgian Grande breed. This breed is fairly new and is developed from crossbreeding the American Saddlebred on the Friesian horse and assorted draft horse breeds. The aim of the breeding is to create a Saddlebred-like horse that adds the best qualities of heavier breeds. He's definitely an eye-catcher.

The Orlov Trotter. A horse breed with a hereditary fast trot, noted for its outstanding speed and stamina. The breed was developed in Russia in the late 18th century by Count Alexei Orlov at his Khrenovskoy Stud farm near the town of Bobrov (Voronezh guberniya) . The Orlovs emerged as the result of crossing various European mares (primarily of English, Dutch, Mecklenburg, and Danish breeding) with Arabian stallions.

The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan. Known for their speed and famous for the natural metallic shimmer of their coats. So beautiful !

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