Breed Released: December 14, 2007 Found On: Grass
Originating in Denmark, the original Knabstrup was only 14.3 hands high. Now considered quite rare, the only aim in breeding this spotted horse has been to maintain a Danish riding horse, no matter the size. Most often found with loud leopard spotting, more recent crossbreeding for coloring has caused there to now be many different types, making the original much less common. Not only known for its coloring, but also for its intelligence and temperament, the Knabstrup is generally used as a carriage and riding horse. This breed ranges from 15.1-16hh.