I am new to the board and have been lurking (before I registered) for a few days. My name is Megan and my parents own a beautiful 55 acer farm nestled in the foothills of western VA. I don't live there, because I'm married to a Navy Man. But we visit often and I wanted to share pictures of the new additions to our family, our Haflingers. We have 6 horses total and these 3 haflingers have brought a ton of new energy and personality to the farm. Just thought I'd share!
This is Lilly and Mack
And this is Achilles
And the herd, which includes Bill a Belgium/Quarter mix. Bill's driving parnter Barney passed away shortly before the haflingers joined the family. He didn't take to the group too well at first but now he's like the father/old wise man of the group.
And for good measure, another pic. Of Bill
All of our horses are barefooted pasture horses, on our 55acer family farm. These pictures were taken in April and as you can see they are all still a little fluffy from the winter, as we don't blanket unless the weather drops very low, so they get extreamly fluffy thick coats. The haflingers are still very green, just halter trained and are still shy but are learning fast. Soon they will be driving like their pasture pal Bill, but they will also be trained to be ridden as their true owners are the three little kids (mine) that roam the farm. Lol I didn't realize how dirty they were when we took the pictures, Their coats attract the dirt and mud when they are still so fluffy.