Horses

I really love horses. Hungarian breeds are known worldwide (Shagya-Arab, Kisbéri, Lipicai, Mezőhegyesi, Nóniusz, etc..) However, because a part of my family comes from the island of Mallorca, I also know and love the Mallorquín horses and the pura raza Spanish horses too. They are also beautiful.
That’s why we had Mallorquín, Menorquín and pura raza Spanish horses too. Apart from that, we had, for many years, Appaloosa and a few Arabian horses too, from which my favorite was Csillag, the Arabian full-blooded horse, who, even in his older age, was unbelievably tough, unwavering, brave and reckless. But this is natural, because the Arabian horses are well-known for these outstanding traits.
Currently most of our horses are from Mallorca. They are special (amongst other things), because approximately there are only 200 of them in the whole world. It fills me with pride that I own a few of them. I find it important that this beautiful and unique species the Mallorcan people are so proud of, and rightfully so, does not go extinct.

Cavall Mallorquí: „Pureza, Nobleza, Raza”

Ca’n Llorenç – (Mallorca)
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Ében (my first Mallorquín stallion), 1 year old here

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Nativa (my first Mallorquín mare)

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Nativa excelled in her first morphology exhibition
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Tiska (our Mallorquín colt)

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Hero, my Appaloosa stallion

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Prince, my pura sangre Spanish colt (Here is 2,5 years old)

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