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Anglo-Kabarda
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Equus caballus
Family Name:
Equidae
Origin or Range:
Russia
Size:
average size
Weight:
unknown
Compatibility:
Uncertain
 
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Anglo-Kabarda

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Anglo-Kabarda Description
  The Anglo-Kadarba, also known as Anglo-Kabardinskaya in its native Russia is a bred by crossing Kadarba mares with Thoroughbred stallions and retaining the best characteristics of both breeds. It is best known for its endurance. They are often used as cavalry mounts in armies and endurance trail-riding competitions. They are very capable of navigating difficult mountain terrains. Though they are not speedy racing horses, they are fairly quick. They have a high action,even, and rhythmical walk, and a light and smooth trot and canter. There are three types of the Anglo-Kadarbas; the basic type, oreiental types, and the massive types. The basic type is well muscled and lean with a well-shaped head. It is somewhat larger than the Kadarbin but smaller than the Thoroughbread, making it a medium-sized horse. The Oriental type has clean legs, smaller heads, and expressive eyes. The massive type is larger, with longer bodies and larger bones. They look very much like a carriage horse.  
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