The Hungarian Warmblood was first developed at the Mezohegyes State Stud in Hungary. The breed came about when the stud crossed other native Hungarian horses like the Nonius (horse), Kisber Felver, Gidran and Furioso.
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Sportlo -Hungarian Warmblood also called th Hungarian Sport Horse
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Breeds were imported from several countries and breeding was extremely selective. The breeds that influenced the Leutstetten most are the Furioso & the English Thoroughbred (although it possesses less English Thoroughbred blood than any of the Hungarian warmbloods).