I’m sure all horse lovers are familiar with the Haflinger horse, also known as the golden horse with a golden heart. This beautiful horse is known among all other horse breeds for its rich beautiful mane, elegant coats and friendly temperament. They are known all over the world for their unique color and character.
All we need to know about this breed is that they are known as golden horses with a golden heart. It shouldn’t be confused with a pony even if it is a little horse.
While they may be descended from ponies, they are still considered horses, and their personalities help people distinguish between a Haflinger and a typical pony. The character is really polite and amiable and is easily trainable.
Haflinger’s and Palomino’s phrases are so similar that they can be mistaken for one another at first look. This is because of the dark coat, which makes the creamy patches an obvious indication that the animal is a Palomino. Yet the density of the tail and mane is where the actual distinction may be seen. It is not unexpected that this breed, which was developed for the highlands, is exceedingly low maintenance and can survive without hay or pasture.
In the video below, you can meet Strudel, one of Haflinger’s most beautiful and playful foals. The cub is very lively and mobile.