The Lipizzan is mentioned for the first time in 1786 and is the oldest cultural horse breed in the world. The breed is named after the stud Lipica (lipizza in Italian), which is the name of the original breeding location for the Hapsburg monarchy. Lipizzan are dark when they are colts and turn white beetween their fourth and ninth year of living. They are elegant, middle-sized and athletic. Rigorousness and endurance characterize them. For more than three hundred years characteristics of this horse breed have not changed. Lipizzan have been classical riding and draft horses since the beginning. Due to their eagerness to learn and their docility the Lipizzan are most adequate for dressage.
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