State Stud

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State Stud Farms
... A state stud farm (German Landgestüt, French Haras) is one that is owned by the government ... The first state studs were ordered by Louis XIV of France in 1665 ... The purpose of the state studs was to make high-quality horses available to local breeders and farmers to accelerate the evolution of local horses ...
History - Mecklenburgers in The 20th Century
... By 1920, Redefin's roster of 176 state-owned sires served over 10,000 mares at over 30 covering stations ... of Redefin were influenced by a merger with Neustrelitz State Stud, reflecting the unification of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz ... Redefin continued to function as the region's state stud farm, with a herd of mares and over 100 warmblood stallions ...
Holsteiner Horse - Breed History - Influential Sires
... He was leased to the state stud of Neuendorf for the 1951, 1952, 1959 and 1960 breeding seasons. 161 cm (Ferro xx - Herold xx - Nuage xx) Bred at Graditz State Stud ... The State Stud of Traventhal was being dissolved, as horse breeding had stagnated ...

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