We don't know. She's imported from the Netherlands, and her papers where lost on the way. (I'm not the first owner in this country.)
But we took a chance in breeding her anyways. She has proven herself in both showjumping and in dressage.
And I showed her for judges to get scores on her gait, conformation and so on. She got 8 on everything, except
for her legs - she's a tiny bit toed out so she got a 7, and she got a 9 on her trot the second time we showed her for
judges on her conformation, so she has 40p out of 50p.
She has had X-rays done, on everything except her neck and head. Lol. It's all good.
But, she's probably not a Haflinger, we have four haflingers around here and she looks nothing like them.
Some people suggest that she has some Welsh Cob in her, she got some nice knee action in her trot and canter.