A horse of a fine white breed used especially in displays of dressage.
- ‘The Lipizzaners were originally a Spanish breed, which were raised in the Slovene town of Lipica and this is where the name comes from.’
- ‘Such adrenalin rushes are contrasted with quieter scenes emphasizing the intricate hoofwork familiar through the Lipizzaner shows of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.’
- ‘Scandinavian lounge tunes spun by stylish house DJs further lighten the mood, and the usual crowd of drop-dead gorgeous ice queens strut past like Lipizzaner ponies as you drink.’
- ‘There are loving descriptions of the dancing white Lippizaner horses of the Spanish Riding School.’
- ‘There are even Lippizaner horses and a jousting show.’
- ‘The show, set in Vienna at the turn of the 20th century, is about belonging, Lipizzaner horses and the best way to live life.’
- ‘He said it might help if they never walked like Lippizaner horses.’
- ‘If you're a devotee of the classic skills of haute école horsemanship, then the famed Lippizaner horses at the Winter Riding School are not to be missed.’
- ‘Performances take place in a huge galleried hall in the imperial palace, where the muscular, groomed Lipizzaner stallions rear, prance and sashay in time to the music.’
- ‘She and I train a variety of breeds - mostly Lipizzaners, Andalusians, and warmbloods.’
- ‘When the prized Lipizzaner horse went lame with arthritis, vets were baffled.’
- ‘If horses could be ballerinas, that's what Lipizzaners would be.’
Early 20th century: from German, from Lippiza, site of the former Austrian Imperial stud near Trieste.
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