Definition of warmblood
- With generations of recorded and proven performances, the warmblood is fast becoming the horse of choice for dressage, eventing and show jumping throughout the world.
- —P. H. Birdsall, Chronicle of the Horse, 20 Jan. 1984
- Attaining the Horse of the Year status was no small feat for Tobasco, a chestnut German warmblood Trakehner gelding born and bred in Covington in 1998.
- —Amy Althans, Times-Picayune (New Orleans), 21 Sept. 2006