Trakehner

noun
Tra·keh·ner | \tra-ˈkā-nər \

Definition of Trakehner 

: any of a breed of large powerful saddle horses of East Prussian origin that excel in dressage and jumping

First Known Use of Trakehner

1926, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Trakehner

German, from Trakehnen, site of the Prussian royal stud in East Prussia

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