Heavy draft horses

The Estonian heavy draught horse breed was bred on the basis of a local horse by continuous crossing with Ardennes stallions. The family tree was founded in 1922. Until 1953, the breed was called the Estonian Ardennes. According to Directive 255 of the Minister of Agriculture of the USSR of 28 August 1953, the breed was introduced to Estonia as an Estonian heavy transport breed with the era mark.1862 on the initiative of the member of the Academy A. Middendorf, the first Belgian Ardennes (10 mares and 2 stallions) and brought the horses to the horse farm Tori. The end of the 19th and 20th centuries from the uncoordinated import and use of stallions by landowners.

Trakehner horses

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Tori Horses

The breeding of the Tori horse began in 1892, when the Norfolk Roadster junction Hetman (born 1886) was brought from Poland into the kennel. Then the first desired results were achieved with a strong, large body and strong legs, but towards an open and lively horse – warm-blooded horses, which both the farmer and the host liked in terms of face and deed (“Tori Horse”) breeding I “, p. 45). Many of Hetman’s descendants have been honored at international exhibitions. Hetman gave Tori Horse Farm 48 stallions and 37 races. In addition, many of his descendants were on the farms. Hetman’s skeleton has been preserved and can be explored at the Estonian Agricultural Museum in Ülenurme.

Arab Horses

Race description.The Arabic thoroughbred is bred in the Arabian Peninsula and used purebred throughout its history. The population of Estonian-Arab horses has developed since the 1970s with Arab mares and stallions imported from Russia and their descendants. Since 2005, horses have been imported from Lithuania, Germany, Finland, Austria and the Netherlands.

Native Horses

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