ECHA-ESV breed registry the following characteristics are set forth as breeding goals for the
Barockpinto / Barockheste. Oprindelseavlsstambog / moderstambog - open
studbook. This is a copy of the ECHA breeding program guidelines.
- The Herd books of Barockpinto - Barockheste will
only be executed by ECHA-ESV e. V. as an organism breeding station, in
accordance with guidelines, rules, and authorization from the European Union
alone responsible for keeping the pedigree breed of origin for the Barockpinto /
method: Barockpinto / Barockheste arising out of the
following breeds: Friesian,
Knapstrup (Barock type),
Irish cup cross wide.
size: 145 cm - 167 cm.
Tobiano / Overrør motley, full speckled, spots
on the cross, snowflake, white and one color (mold is not desired).
For all color options the secondary
characteristics color features desired are spots on the muzzle, colored genitals, Outlined
in white around the iris (eye) or eye-colored wreath, feather ring, vertically
striped hooves, mottled with plate Tobiano or Overrør.
too long, strong head, Roman nose is light includes feeding, big bright eyes
is typical of the race.
well-muscled neck with a relatively high erection, proportionate to the body.
Strong and compact riding horse with a broad chest, not too long in the back, well-rounded rump,
dry, with strong joints, well-shaped, hard hooves.
: The desire is a
sure stop motion with a good under radical hindquarters, easy, light, free,
application: Barockpintoen /
suited to riding / driving and volte horse, and for classical dressage, and
exercises from the high art of riding.
and sociable character and temperament, and quick learner in training. Baroque
horse as Pinto also particularly suitable for the lessons of the high art of
The breed originated in
Holland back in the late 1940's to early 1950's when farmers bred Friesians to
Groningen and Gelderlander horses. The Groningen's
were used as the foundation horses to create the Dutch Warmblood breed and shares
it's breed foundation with the Friesian, East Friesian, Alt-Oldenburger and
Holsteiner. The Gelderlander
was also a foundation horse for the Dutch Warmblood
and Friesian breeds.
YOUR BAROCK PINTO
If you've fallen
in love with the Barock Pinto breed as we have and would like to purchase one
then we can help you find the horse of your dreams.. Owning a
Barock Pinto is a greater investment than other breeds of horses. You should look for a horse that meets
your specific needs. At Top Hat Friesians we'd be happy to help you with your
search for knowledge and the right Barock Pinto horse.