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Rheinland Pfalz-Saar International Name Change

What's in a name? The RPSI has a new Breed Name! Beginning in 2014 all horses registered with the ...


American Holsteiner Horse Association Posted Results from Six 2014 Approval Sites

AHHA Approvals are held in the late summer and early fall months of each year at sites across the United ...


Did You Know Our Lowest Prices are Available Only to Members of Our Partner Breed Registries?

If your breed registry partners with Warmblood Stallions of North America, all members receive unbelievably low print ad prices.

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New! Stallion Stories

Have you wondered what the story might be behind a certain stallion? In our new feature, "Stallion Stories," you can ...


Feeding Weanling Horses for a Smooth Growth Plane

Keeping a smooth, steady plane of growth in young horses is desirable because skeletal problems are somewhat more common in ...



Paul Schockemöhle and the Future of Sport Horse Breeding, from The Horse Magazine – Australia's Leading Equestrian Magazine

The PSI empire started in 1974 when the brothers Alwin, Paul and Werner decided to purchase stallions to stand at ...


Orla vom Loo, Show Girl, Delioh von Buchmatt Win 2014 Swiss Warmblood Young Horse Championships | eurodressage

The 4-year old Orla vom Loo, the 5-year old Show Girl and the 6-year old Delioh von Buchmatt were the ...


Osteochondrosis in Foals: Mineral Supplementation May Decrease Incidence

Nutrition of foals is important in minimizing the occurrence of skeletal disease as horses grow and mature. Two studies conducted ...


Tips for Promoting Your Stallion

New Feature! Check out our new Stallion Promotion Tips.

Promoting a stallion is a tough job, but maybe we can ...