Gidran Déva Gidran-13 Riadó. Also called Hungarian Anglo-Arab, Gidran was developed by crossing Arabians and TB's, but there have been crossings with other breeds like local horses, warmbloods, Turkish horses, Shagya, and so on. Gidran is very rare now, there are about 200 horses left. Therefore it's still allowed to use TB, Arabian and Anglo-Arabian stallions if they're higher than 152 cm and chestnuts by color. Gidrans are always chestnuts.