Breeding Aim

Some articles on breeding:

Warmblood - Breeding Policies
... Instead, most warmblood registries accept breeding stock from other similar populations to continuously improve their own horses, and do not consider their own horses to be a discrete "breed" ... though some other breeds are used within the breeding population, this horse is considered a true breed ... Most warmblood registries recognize breeding stock from any other registry that is a member of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses, which is ...

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