Sleek in shades of brown, Hanoverian horses have the crowd's attention. Hanoverians are particularly noble sport horses, outstandingly suitable for dressage and show jumping.
Stallion: 13649 Edit
Size: 13.5 × 4 × 10.5 cm (W/D/H) This Stallion is still available.
Mare: 13729 Edit
Size: 15 × 3.5 × 11 cm (W/D/H)
This mare is still available.
Dressage Mare: 13296 EditSize: 15 × 4 × 10 cm (W/D/H)This Mare became a collectible at the end of 2013, featured on the 2013 collector's poster on Schleich's website.
Foal: 13277 Edit
Size: 8.5 × 3 × 8 cm (W/D/H)
This Foal became a collectible at the end of 2013, featured on the 2013 collector's poster on Schleich's website.
Foal: 13730 Edit
Size: 10.5 × 2.5 × 8.5 cm (W/D/H)
This foal came out in 2013, and is still available.
Binomial name EditEquus ferus
Conservations status Edit
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Hanoverian horses are the best-known warmbloods (partbred Arabians or Thoroughbreds). Since 1735 in Germany, Hanoverian horses have been successfully bred and developed to the highest standards. King George II of England started breeding horses for work in agriculture and with carriages. As Hanoverians came into their element, other traits were desired. After World War II, sport horses were in vogue. At each bend in the path, records have been kept and incentives given to continue breeding the best. Bred to be trained, this breed is a showstopper with its athleticism and strength.