Europe's original gold sport horse established 1516 in Bohemia, the world's first palomino stud farm.
"Old gold" - The Kinsky horse is Europe's original sport horse, now designated a
rare breed by the E.U. authorities.
At one time produced for cavalry officers the Kinsky horse is similar to its European warmblood cousins. These exceptional horses are often golden, palomino, dun or buckskin with the black Kinsky horse being most unusual, 50% are chestnut or bay.
Kinsky horses are found in most horse sports, from general riding to Dressage, Military/ Eventing, Show Jumping, horse gymnastics, Polo and National Hunt racing. The Kinsky horse can range from 15,3 -17,1hh the average height around 16,1-16,2hh (165-168cm). The traits common to all Kinsky horses is good character, stamina and athleticism. The relaxed nature of the Kinsky horse facilitates smooth training, owners/riders often speak of a bond readily achieved with the Kinsky horse.
The Kinsky palomino stud farms are established in Bohemia, (Czech Republic) and England, with palomino horse sales every autumn directly or via Kinsky sport horse agents overseas.
The Kinsky horses celebrate a five hundred year anniversary in 2016. This unusual equine occassion will see Kinsky horses completing a 500 hour endurance ride accross Europe, in addition to a planned 500 furlong Kinsky cross country horse race in aid of European childrens charities (to be nominated).
For details of Kinsky sport horse sales, Kinsky palomino horse sales and all promotional activities contact Kinsky London. To discuss Kinsky horse transportation by air or road to all international destinations contact a Kinsky regional agent.