LOL, what would you like to know?
The are the most beautiful, annoying, endearing, smart, stubborn, lovable big people in small bodies that you can get
I have, does a quick count, 1 Stallion, 3 mares, two yearlings I pure bred colt foal, one haffy x draft/Qh foal and am waiting (impatiently) for the birth of a Haffy x Arab baby, which I'm very excited about.
They often test you when they change homes, I think of them as the adopted child who will suddenly go through all sorts of tantrums and bad behavior just to make sure that you do love them, be firm and consistent and you will win through.
Often they will keep going along with things that you are training them to do but they aren't actually learning, just doing and then when you try and take the next step they will have a mini melt down because they don't understand. So try and take things slowly, even when they seem to be getting things.
You may want to invest in some extra locks or chains around your doors and gates, in their ever eternal quest for more food they can become quite the escape artists.
That's all for now, I have to go play with some Hafflies, but you can read all about Haflingers and their people on this site Haflinger Horses
Oh while I remember,they can be a NIGHTMARE to fit a saddle to