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Gidran
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Equus caballus
Family Name:
Equidae
Origin or Range:
Hungary
Size:
Range from 15.3 to 17.0 hands tall.
Weight:
unknown
Compatibility:
Average
 
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Gidran

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Gidran Description
  The Gidran is a rare breed, with only about 200 known Gidrans existing in the world today. It is a large Hungarian breed used in hunting, driving, and jumping competitions. The Gidran is a four-generation pedigree and crossed with Chestnut, Thoroughbred, Arabian, and Anglo-Arabian horses. They are known for their speed, endurance, agility, and courage. They are lively and not particularly docile. Though the Gidran can be other solid colors, only one color is acceptable, which is chestnut. They are on the larger size of medium. They are half-breeds with a small head and a straight profile. Their ears are quite small and their eyes are large and lively. Its back is long, strong, and straight and its neck is arched. The Gidran is a very powerful horse with muscular croup, shoulders, legs, and thighs. Its feet are well formed and strong.  
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