Haflinger Horse Blog

Alpine Trails to Outback Tales: Haflinger Horse Breeder, Caroline Sinnamon

  For Caroline Sinnamon, a lifelong passion for Haflinger horses was sparked at the age of fourteen when she first …

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Breeding Haflingers among proudest achievements for 90-year-old horsewoman

VIBRANT memories of riding to school, driving heavy horses on her family’s dairy farm and a thrilling stint as an …

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Haflingers lead to a life of Adventure

THE opportunity to secure premium Haflingers during the Bunderra Stud dispersal sale in 2009 wasn’t missed by Louise and Jon …

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Haflinger: Productive and aesthetically beautiful an ethos that built a thriving stud

    . MORE than a decade ago, when building the foundations of Mirabelle Farm, a bespoke heirloom fruit orchard …

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German Teen’s Remarkable Haflinger Journey

Haflinger: German Teen’s Remarkable Journey

GERMAN summers spent cantering across a grassy field flanked by Munich’s mighty Isar River left a lasting memory of the …

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Haflinger Breeding: Search for New Genetics Uncovers Leading Haflinger Stallion

       ALTHOUGH he had coveted breeding lineage and exemplified much-demanded traits needed in the Australian market, the owners …

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Haflinger: Hunt for Perfect Kid’s Pony Inspires Yarra Valley Breeding Program

  The search for a suitable kid’s pony is the ultimate test in matchmaking. It’s a nearly impossible task to …

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Haflinger breeder pushes the boundaries and redefines possibilities

Mt Walker Haflingers, a breeding operation southwest of Brisbane at Mount Walker Queensland, is owned and run by Maxine Hobbs Laing, a dedicated horsewoman who has had a connection to the breed for more than 40 years.

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2022 National Pony of the Year

2022 Haflinger of the year went to Bold as Brass Lia ( Abendsturm (Imp) x Lightning). Runner up went to Ventico Stryder.

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Classification held at Fernances Creek

A lovely day was held at Fernances Creek for the classification of 10 horses. Followed by a superb lunch hosted by Sharon.

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AHBSA - National Pony of the Year 2019

National Pony of the Year NSW 2019

This year National Pony of the Year 2019 in NSW was well represented by the AHHBA Members.

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The Rare Breeds Ring at the Summer Show in Victoria

The Rare Breeds Ring at the Summer Show was well represented by AHHBA members in Victoria. The horses were well …

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Haflinger Classification 7/10/18

On Sunday the 7/10/18 we had the opportunity to attend the AHHBA Classification at Rosymoon Haflinger stud. It was a …

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Haflingers in Australia

The AHHBA will be at Equitana!

Come and visit the AHHBA at Equitana, November 15-18th. There will be horses on display and plenty of people at …

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Scone Horse Festival Parade 2018

This year the AHHBA attended the Scone Horse Festival once again. It was a weekend of Australian tradition as the …

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Scone Horse Parade, Upper Hunter Valley

Scone Parade – May 6th

Join the AHHBA and ride your horse in the Scone Parade, complete with marching bands and big floats. This year …

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Queensland Haflinger Classification Day

Queensland Classification Day

Maxine and Tony Laing hosted the first AHHBA classification day on the 14th January at their property at Mt Walker …

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Australian Haflinger Horse Breeders Association Membership Information

2016 AHHBA Virtual Show

Mare/Filly under 4 years -1st Hurricane, 2nd Moscato Mare 4 years and under 8 years -1st Lemarni Gelding 4 years …

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Equitana 2016

Equitana 2016

The AHHBA would like to thank all of those involved in the organisation, participation and the running of Equitana. A …

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Fernances Creek Haflinger Classification day

Fernances Creek Classification and Working Equitation Day

The NSW Classification was held at Fernances Creek on 5 November 2016. We had a good turnout of horses and …

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Australian Haflinger Horse Breeders Association

Tips for Show Preparation

Tail, wash in the 4 weeks leading up to a show, 1-2 times per week and keep bagged. This is …

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