Brazilian Sport Horse
A newly developed breed in Brazil, the Brazilian Sport Horses (Brasileiro de Hipismo) are popular in the US and Europe and have successfully completed recent Olympic Games.
This breed was developed in 1970 specifically for competition, allowing Brazil to use the bloodlines of the Criollo horse combined with Anglo-Argentine and Trakehner breeds. The result is a sport horse with a solid work ethic and tireless ability.
Today horses of many different breeds influence the Brazilian Sport Horse and it takes traits from Andalusian, Thoroughbred, Trakehner, Hanoverian, Holsteiner, Oldenburger, Westphalian, Irish Hunter, Selle Francais, Anglo-Argentine and Belgian Warmbloods.
Average height over 16 hands
Lively with no real rebellion
Because of the number of breeds involved in creating this animal, their confirmation varies.
Calm and brave
Noble, docile and balanced