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The Knathizzaner Breed Sheet by AR-Alina The Knathizzaner Breed Sheet by AR-Alina
My newly made breed and Ashened Roses Stable's Mascot breed.

Breed Name: Knathizzaner
Averaged Height: 15.1 to 15.5 hh. Rare to see 15.6 to 15.9 hh. Any taller is never seen.
Uses: Light Carriage, General Riding, Performance, and High School.
Characteristics: Slightly curved in ears, Arab type head, Roman nose. Medium length legs, stocky built. Hard, well shaped hooves. Hindquarters lack definition, but are powerful. High tail set up, carried slightly, slightly sloped shoulders, powerful for light carriage work. Mottled Face. Strong, graceful neck, also made for light carriage work. Has a natural pacing ability.
Temperament: Docile, even in stallions, kind, intelligent, affectionate.
Breeding and Influences: The breed was made to create a better performing and high school horse. They're origins began in Hawaii, by the Ashened Roses Stables. But they may be used for many other things. The Knabstruper and Lipizzaner was first bred together to get the better performance and high school horse. The horse was shy and jumpy, so the Kathiawari breed was introduced later. Not only did the new breeding calm the horse, but it gave the horse a new kind of elegance, one that the world hasn't seen.
Spot Colors: Any color, no rarity or non existent.
Common Main Colors: Any color, unless other wise stated.
Rare Main Colors: White(Other than the "Blanket, Frosted" area.), Black, Perlino, and Cremello.
Non-Existent Main Colors: Albino
Extra: The color of the coats and spots fade as they get older until white.
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KnightlyNight Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
SO COOL! I really really love this breed ^.^ Sounds so realistic, I can tell you put a lot of research and work into them :3 One question though, they have a curved out nose right? Like a Shire? And by Arabian head you mean dainty? Lol sorry just wanna make sure I get this all right :P
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AR-Alina Featured By Owner May 1, 2011
They have a dainty and slightly dished arab-type head, coming from both the Lipizzaner and the Kathiawari, since both have a very strong arab influence in them. But they have a roman nose, which comes from the Lipizzaner as well, and the Knabstuper. Like this, but not so extreme. This horse in the picture is VERY roman nosed. [link] But, yes like the Arabian and Shire.
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KnightlyNight Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah okay gotcha :3 Really cool!
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