Barn NameTroy

About TroyWe bought him August 2009. He is young, green broke to ride and drive, and SO calm. He settled in nicely in to our herd and his training is going well. He's going to be a great English horse. The girl in the photos is my 11 yr old daughter. We popped Troy over a few fences and he did really well! I'm hoping to use him as a lesson horse this summer.
LocationLittle Rock, Arkansas
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From rocky pony on 02/28/11
He is super cute! Huge Haffie fan here :D
From fuadteagan on 02/03/11
i saw some pics of your daughter riding him on flikr
From lildonkey8 on 01/13/11
i have a haffie and she is absolutely beautiful! haffies are always pirdy
From LCharvon on 10/12/10
From mswp27 on 05/16/10
How cute!!!
From luvs2ride1979 on 11/11/09
No, genetically Haflingers are always chestnut w/flaxen. The creme dilution gene is not found in the breed. They are genetically chestnuts, like Belgian draft horses.
From equiniphile on 11/11/09
Gorgeous! I think he would be considered a Palomino, though;)
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