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Finnish Horse (Finnhorse)
A descendant of the northern European domestic horse, the Finnhorse belongs to the general horse breeds, having both warmblood and heavier draft blood influence.


Finnish horse is descended from two closely-related breeds, the Finnish Universal and the Finnish Draught, which have now merged into one. It is also known as Finnhorse. This horse is a native of Finland.

The Finnish Horse, also know as Finnhorse or Finnish Universal (in finnish : "Suomenhevonen", petname "Suokki"), is a horse breed originating from Finland.

The Finnish Warmblood breeding association was founded in 1926 with the intention of breeding a warmblooded riding horse that could be used for both sport & military service. The goal was an elegant, modern horse with good balance, athletic movement & solid character.

Finnish horse is the only native breed of horse in Finland. It is a descendant of the northern European domestic horse with both warmblood and heavier draft influences. This breed is also known as Finnish Universal because it is able to fulfill all the needs for horses in Finland.

- Finnish Draft -
There were originally two types of Finnish horse - the Finnhorse Draft and the Finnish Universal. Over the years, the two breeds have been widely interbred, and the heavier draft has largely disappeared.

The Finnish Draught has a fast-stepping stride and is well-suited to hard agricultural work.
Origin: Finland.
Colour: chestnut.

Finnish Horse
The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse (Finnish : suomenhevonen , pet name: suokki ) belongs to general horse breeds, having both warmblood and heavier draft blood influence and characteristics.

Also Known By: Finnish Universal Horse
A descendant of the northern European domestic horse, the Finnhorse belongs to the general horse breeds, having both warmblood and heavier draft blood influence.

Finnish - Chestnut with white markings, sometimes bay, gray, rarely brown or black ...

Very nearly all Finnish horses have been registered since 1971. There are four breeding sections: J = trotter, R = riding horse, T = draft and P = pony-sized Finnhorse. Some horses are registered in several breeding lines. In 2007, the 100th anniversary of the Finnhorse studbook is celebrated.

The Finnhorse or Finnish Horse (Finnish: suomenhevonen, pet name: suokki) belongs to general horse breeds, having both warmblood and heavier draft blood influence and characteristics.

Sometimes referred to as the Finnish Universal horse because it offers Finland horse owners all qualities needed in a good horse, the Finnhorse is adescendant of the European domestic horse. Finnhorses are easy to handle, quick, live long and have good endurance.

Zhmud, Swedish Ardennes, Finnish horse
Lithuanian Heavy Draft interesting facts
The walking draft record with a 150 kg load is 13 minutes 20 seconds.

chesnut, bay, black, palomino, silver smokey, red, yellow dun, mouse dun, cream dun, grey, silver dapple, and all in tabiano and Finnish paint, but no appaloosa patterning). Tough and willing, they feature the classic full mane and tail of many northern breeds. They are friendly but "independent.

A descendant of the northern European domestic horse, the Finnhorse belongs to the general horse breeds, having both warmblood and heavier draft blood influence. The breed is also called the Finnish Universal because it is said to fulfill all needs for horses in Finland from draft to speedy trotting ...

As its name suggests, the Finnhorse originates from Finland and is mainly used for riding, trot-racing, and light draft duty. A versatile horse, it is also referred to as Finnish Universal in its native country.
Physical Characteristics ...

Finnish Warmblood (FWB)
Hungarian Sport Horse Breeders Association (HSHBA)
Irish Sport Horse (ISH)
Koninklijk Warmbloed Paardenstamboek Nederland (KWPN)
Nederlands Rijpaarden en Pony Stamboek (NRPS)
Norwegian Warmblood Association (NWB)
Zuchtverband CH Sportpferde (CH) ...

See also: See also: Horse, Bay, Warmblood, Black, Chestnut

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