Facts about Trakehner Horses, "Scientific name for Trakehner Horse is Equus caballus". Trakehner Horse is a Solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times.
The "Trakehner Horse" is a light warmblooded breed that originated in the town of Trakehnen in the Eastern Prussian. The Trakehner Horse breed is said to have everything that anyone can look for in terms of performance. If you look at the breeds attributes you will easily understand why the Trakehner Horse is so popular across globe. Male Trakehner Horse are called a stallion. Female Trakehner Horse are called a mare. Young Trakehner Horse are called a colt. Young female Trakehner Horse are called a filly. Small horses are called Ponies.
The Trakehner Horse is an attractive horse of excellent conformation. The Trakehner Horse head is somewhat ram-shaped, broad in between its eyes and tapering to the pointed muzzle. The Trakehner Horse has alert eyes, with rather long and pricked ears. A Trakehner Horse has surprisingly big eyes and have one of the biggest eyes amongst mammals. The eyes can give a Trakehner Horse with almost 360 degree vision at times. It has a long and strong neck that rests on good shoulders. The Trakehner Horse has a deep girth, roomy chest, and its withers are prominent. The Trakehner Horse have a medium-length back very strong and well-ribbed-up and good hind quarters. The Trakehner Horse legs are slender and hardy, with short cannon bones. The Trakehner Horse also have got excellent feet. A Trakehner Horse hooves are made from the same protein that human hair and fingernails are made of.
The Trakehner Horse average height stands 15 to 17 hands (60" to 68" inches, 158 to 172 cm) high. Average weight is between 1100 to 1200 pounds (498 to 544 kg). You can see it in any solid color. Most common color coat include bay, black, gray, and chestnut you can as well as see tobiano pinto and roan horses.
As far as temperament of Trakehner Horse is concerned, they are very charming, stable and accepting, the Trakehner Horse are good natured, intelligent, alert, active, loyal, and very anxious to please. The Trakehner Horse breed is quite famous for its power, majestic movement, elegance and natural jump. The Trakehner Horse has an outstanding natural balance, incredible stamina, and is exceptionally beautiful. The Trakehner Horse exceptional temperament character makes them a very easy breed to handle.
Trakehner Horses are athletic and trainable; they have good endurance, and are more spirited compared to the other warmblooded breeds.
The Trakehner Horse is also known for its “floating trot” – which is full of impulsion and suspension. The Trakehner Horse has managed to impress in competitions in most disciplines.
Trakehner Horse is among the purest breeds around, there are no common hereditary health issues related to the Trakehner Horse but proper care should be maintained to ensure its heath. You should give the required vaccinations especially concerns related to the area of raring. A Trakehner Horse on average only sleeps between 2 1/2 to 3 hours in a day and will sleep longer in the summer than in the winter.
As stated earlier, Trakehner Horse is well competent in most equestrian disciplines. The Trakehner Horse are a gifted as Dressage mounts, thanks to their aptitude and way of understanding. The Trakehner Horse are skilled jumpers; Trakehner Horse is truly a sport horse.
It is highly advised to provide Trakehner Horse with leg protection; always check tendon, foot, and suspensory injuries. Due to stress Laminitis or colic might occur. Feed the Trakehner Horse with hay and ample roughage and remember to provide plenty of clean and fresh water daily. The Trakehner Horse is a amazing animal, a Trakehner Horse can sleeping by standing up in normal position or lying down. The average lifespan of a Trakehner Horse is around 25 years, but they can live long. Trakehner Horses do not breath through their mouth, they only breath through the nose. A Trakehner Horse doesn't have a gall bladder. A Trakehner Horse have a better senses of hearing or smell than humans. Trakehner Horses ears can turn in different directions to give them better hearing. A Trakehner Horse is a mammals. Trakehner Horse are herbivorous animals (a herbivore, eats leaves, grass, hay and furns (plant eaters). A male Trakehner Horse has more teeth than a female horses. An adult male Trakehner Horse usually have 40 teeth and the females usually has 36 teeth. Trakehner Horse brain take up less space in their head than their teeth do. A fear of horses (hippophobia)