The Warmblood is a long-legged, substantial horse breed with a smooth top line and expressive head. It has a well-proportioned figure and a rectangular, long-lined body. These horses are also known for having a deep, full chest, muscular neck, and powerful legs.

The Dutch Warmblood stands in the range of 62 inches (157 centimeters), and stallions lies in between 63 inches (160 centimeters). They generally weigh on an average near to 1,430 pounds. The Dutch Warmblood is often used as a competitive and recreational horse in the major international equestrian disciplines.

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