Lipizzans are genetically a type of grey. Born dark, black-brown, brown, or mouse-grey, Lipizzans gradually lighten until the white coat for which they are noted is produced somewhere between the ages of 6 and 10. The white hair coat has become dominant in the breed, and only now and then is a black or brown adult produced. As late as two hundred years ago, black, browns, chestnuts, duns, piebalds, and skewbalds were found in the adult herd. Noted for his sturdy body and proud carriage, the Lipizzan's head is remarkable for its large appealing eyes and small alert ears. The body presents a picture of strength with a crested neck, powerful shoulders, muscular hind quarters, and strong legs with well-defined tendons and joints. Not an exceedingly tall horse, the Lipizzan averages between 14.2 to 15.2 hands.
The Lipizzan Billboard
Lipizzan horses for sale, Lipizzan art, classified horse ads, horses wanted, and classified tack ads presented here. Also, information concerning the United States Lipizzan Registry and breed association and photos of Spanish Riding School.
Lipizzaner Centre - South Africa
The only other school of performing Lipizzaner stallions in the world to be given the stamp of approval by the Spanish Riding School in Vienna. Introduction, training, performances, sponsorship.
The Tempel Lipizzans
Contains history of the breed, description of movements, and photos. Includes calendar of events and ticket prices. Located in Wadsworth, Illinois.
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