HAFLINGER HORSES

 

The Haflinger Horse was originally from the town of Hafling in the South Tyrol Mountains. The Haflinger Breed originated in 1874 with the birth of the stallion Folie who was sired by an Arabian stallion and a mare from a Tyrolean indigenous mountain breed. All subsequent Haflinger stallions and mares can be traced back to that mating.

ABOUT US

 

The Australian Haflinger Breeding and Sports Association has been established for the promotion and breeding of Haflinger horses in Australia. We pride ourselves on the following the strict rules and regulations set down by the World Haflinger Federation. The Haflingers are known for their calmness and friendliness with children.

HAFLINGER HORSES

 

The Haflinger Horse was originally from the town of Hafling in the South Tyrol Mountains. The Haflinger Breed originated in 1874 with the birth of the stallion Folie who was sired by an Arabian stallion and a mare from a Tyrolean indigenous mountain breed. All subsequent Haflinger stallions and mares can be traced back to that mating.


ABOUT US

 

The Australian Haflinger Horse Breeder's Association has been established for the promotion and breeding of Haflinger horses in Australia. We pride ourselves on the following the strict rules and regulations set down by the World Haflinger Federation. The Haflingers are known for their calmness and friendliness with children.

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“Haflinger, the Golden Horse with the Golden Heart”
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HAFLINGER HORSE BLOG


14 October 2018

Haflinger Classification 7/10/18

On Sunday the 7/10/18 we had the opportunity to attend the AHHBA Classification at Rosymoon Haflinger stud. It was a lovely day, very well organised, with […]
12 September 2018
Haflingers in Australia

The AHHBA will be at Equitana!

Come and visit the AHHBA at Equitana, November 15-18th. There will be horses on display and plenty of people at the breed display to speak to. […]
18 January 2017
Queensland Haflinger Classification Day

Queensland Classification Day

Maxine and Tony Laing hosted the first AHHBA classification day on the 14th January at their property at Mt Walker West, about half an hour west […]