I. Baroque Dressage Cup at Szilvásvárad, Hungary! 13-14 May 2017.
Szilvásvárad is known as the home of world famous, beautiful hungarian lipican breed. National Breeding Studfarm Szilvásvárad, Riding Sport Club Szilvásvárad, and the Hungarian Dressage Commission announces the first dressage cup and show competition for baroque horses.
The ceremonious competiton will be open to levels from elementary (A) to Grand Prix, with foreign judge, valuable gifts and prize money.
About baroque horses:
The term of baroque horse describes a group of horse breeds that rose to prominence in Europe during the Baroque era. They are characterized by powerful hindquarters, a muscular, arched neck, a straight or slightly convex profile, and usually a full, thick mane and tail. The caracter, temper and the collaboration with human is exemplary.
Modern breeds considered of baroque type include the following:
- Spanish (PRE)
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