In 1812, the Knabstrupper breed began with Flaeb's mare, also known as Flaebehoppen, who was bred at Knabstrupgaard in Denmark after a series of purchases.
Known for being loud in colour, Knabstruppers were highly sought after in Europe. Eventually being bred with Appalosas, this step ensured less inbreeding and success in the reestablishment of Knabstruppers.
Divided into 3 different groups, Knabstruppers are typified as Pony, Baroque and Sport, each with their own individual strengths.
All Knabstruppers are prized for their health and kind temperament. Perfect for imaginative fun, Schleich's Knabstrupper mare makes an ideal play time companion.