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Synonyms for Lipizzan

a compact and sturdy saddle horse that is bred and trained in Vienna

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Here, Salla contrasts footage of young Lipizzaner galloping freely through autumnal countryside (their coats dark before turning white as they mature) with scenes of stallions performing their controlled moves for their trainers.
Being the Austrian emperor's private breed, famous for performing at Vienna's Spanish Riding School, the Lipizzaners lost their protector during World War I and have, ever since, served as (war) bounty for Mussolini, Hitler, Tito, and Ceausescu, in succession.
The world famous Lipizzaners, which are also known as 'The Dancing White Stallions', also displayed their nimble techniques to classical music during their first-ever performance in the Middle East.
Wess Mitchell, research director at the Center for European Policy Analysis in Washington, is to seize the political playbook from an imperial court more famous for its Lipizzaner horses than its achievements in governance--the Habsburgs.
1968 Violette Verdy performs with a world famous Lipizzaner white stallion at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
But, with majesty and grace, the "World Famous" Lipizzaner Stallions did put on quite a show for audiences at the Lane County Fair Sunday.
He and wife own a small ranch near Tucson where they once raised three children and now raise Lipizzaner horses and Brangus cattle.
Vienna's renowned Spanish Riding School, famed for its white Lipizzaner stallions, is on the verge of bankruptcy, officials warned yesterday.
At this family event, watch the majestic Lipizzaner stallions perform and entertain.
2 hh Lipizzaner Austria Light 15-16 hh Lusitano Portugal Light 15-16 hh Missouri Fox United States Light 14-17 hh Trotter Morab United States Light 14.
MARZO 25- A las 2 y 6 de la tarde ocuparan la arena los mundialmente famosos Lipizzaner Stallions, corceles blancos que realizan danzas sincronizadas guiados por sus jinetes.
troops in order to rescue 150 Lipizzaner dancing horses in Austria.
The novel is stuffed full of rich historical details from the early 1900s, and there are Lipizzaner stallions and a mysterious inheritance of jewels to liven things up; but, in the end, the focus is family and love of family.
Even animal lovers have lots for which to be thankful: a huge, flying Lipizzaner with a splendidly turned-out nobleman aboard (at the Weiss Gallery) would certainly make the perfect centerpiece for the world's most elegant stable.