Haflingers are always chestnut with blonde mane, a dark palomino. Height ranges from 13.2 hands to 15 hands.
These golden horses originated in the Tyrolean Mountains in Austria and Northern Italy. They are from a village called Hafling. The original stallion was a part Arabian, part native Tyrolean horse named Folie.
Haflingers are always chestnut or dark palomino with a blonde mane and tail.
Haflinger breeders like to see head markings, but leg markings are not as wanted.
- Haflingers are part Arabian
- They were heavily inbred during the dawn of the breed
- The first ever cloned horse was a Halfinger