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Our horses and ponies

A colorful bunch

From the small pony gelding Simba to our gentle giant Joe, from the snow-white grey mare Becky to our beautiful Haflinger lady Belina and the pitch-black gelding Shadow – our horses and ponies are a colorful mix. So everyone is sure to find his or her favorite riding partner.

Belina

Our Haflinger mare, from the breeding of Norbert Rier in the village of Kastelruth, is a true beauty. She shows an extremely lovable nature that is reflected in her tender gaze. Bellina likes to show her affection for people by laying her head on a visitor's shoulder, allowing them to hug her.

When saddled, she is very spirited and eager to work.

Shadow

Our black gelding appears Andalusian, although we can only guess which horse breeds he combines. However, we know that there is a Friesian involved. Shadow originates from Vicenza, he likes to show himself and possesses a strong and enthusiastic expression. 

He is very sure-footed in the terrain and likes to carry his rider across hills and dales.

Becky

Our white "princess" has her home in Spain. The gorgeous grey mare was trained in a riding school in Bergamo before she joined us to show off her beautiful lively gaits.

Becky loves to be groomed but also to take a nap in her box or out on the pasture.

Joe

Joe is the gentle giant of the stable. He is from the Pustertal valley and although we don't know exactly which breeds Joe combines, one thing is quite certain: his ancestors were very tall. With a height of 1.80 m, he always keeps an excellent overall view.

The imposing gelding has a lovely nature and is not easily fazed by anything.

Chris

Chris has come a long way. Born in Hungary, he travelled across the Czech Republic to Thuins near Sterzing to the 'SunHome' riding stable. That's where we immediately fell in love with him. He is very calm and relaxed and notices immediately when a less experienced rider is on top of him. For then he moves particularly carefully.

Chris appreciates it when you devote a lot of time to grooming and saddling him.

Berti

From the moment they met on the pastures of the 'SunHome' riding school, this little gray horse has been Chris's best friend. Our pony is friendly by nature and has already gained experience as a riding school horse for children.

Berti really likes it if you take some time to cuddle him.

Chicco

Our little brown pony is from Milan. In Italy, his breed is known as “Doppio Pony”, which literally

means “double pony”. He is bigger than a normal pony, but still much smaller than a horse. Kiko is always excited when you spend time with him and always strives to do his best.

Jans

Jans comes from the Netherlands. He is a full-blooded Shetland pony of first-class pedigree.

The little gelding is extremely clever and always up for some fun time. With his jolly nature he will make everyone laugh but, be aware, you must not underestimate him. Jans is very brave and likes to lead the way. True to the motto "If you don't know where to go, I know the way".

Pedro und Simba

These two little pony geldings are father and son. They are inseparable and love to play together. This is when they behave like two proper little wild horses. With Pedro, the children can enjoy pony rides while Simba, with his 2 years of age, is too young to carry someone on his back as he is just starting his training.

Simba has one special feature: in winter his coat is almost black, but in summer it turns into light grey.