Champagne color.



An American breed, the Georgian Grande was created by breeder George Wagner Jr. in the 1970’s. His goal was to bring back the old-fashioned baroque-style of Saddlebred that had largely been lost in that breed. From a conformation standpoint, Georgian Grandes should be well-proportioned with an uphill build, a long, muscular, well-arched neck, and a well-shaped head with a broad, flat forehead and large, expressive eyes. They can range in height from 14.2 hands or larger, with the average being around 16 hands. Georgian Grandes can be any solid color or display any pinto patterns.