festive ceremonies and parades
Their bones are provided with clean, dense bones. Suffolk legs corresponding to their extreme massiveness seem short, with heavily muscled forearms and thighs; there are no thick brushes on the legs, like other heavy trucks. Their excellent hooves are round, of medium size, strong enough – even in the unworn state they wear out a little. Suffolks have large heads with mobile ears; powerful curved neck. Shoulders tend to be straightforward, which corresponds to strength rather than speed. Continue reading
Pinzgauer horse (Pinzgauer), it’s the same (more common name) —Norikiy horse, it’s also Noriker (Noriker), derived from the roman horses of heavy horses. At the beginning of our era, the Romans bred horses in the province of Noricum (Noricum), from where this breed spread throughout Europe.
The first stud farm, where Noriker was bred, appeared in Austria in 1576, and horse breeding was controlled and was under the auspices of the Salzburg archbishop. The Noriqian horse was mainly a horse for festive ceremonies and parades: at stud farms, special attention was paid to removing horses with an unusual suit. Continue reading