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Remember the 1970s and 1980s, when warmbloods looked like giants with dinner plate feet and steamer trunk heads? The sight of a tiny rider mounted high atop one of these European powerhouses wasn’t uncommon.

Modern warmbloods are very different equines altogether. Of all the warmblood breeds, the Hanoverian has evolved to become one of the most popular sport horses. Today, the Hanoverian is highly refined and America no longer has to rely on Germany for the best horses.

**For the full article, pick up the June 2007 issue of HORSE ILLUSTRATED.**

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