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Our Horses at Midgard Stables

Our Horses

Adequate animal housing has high priority for us. During the day, horses stand in the stable or in a large paddock with plenty of shade, water and access to grass. Here, they can graze and roam before being led out into the night camp. They receive regular training in the arena to ensure that all 14 members of the equine team are happy, well-balanced horses that are safe for guests to enjoy. In detail, there are 4 warmbloods (incl. 2 Trakehner) and 4 Arabian Horses. We also count 4 Quarter Horse crosses, 1 Arabian – Nooitgedachter cross and Cupcake. Cupcake is number 14 and as a Miniature Paint pony, she would only count half, but what she lacks in size she makes up for in personality.

Mahati – in the photo – is our oldie. But he is also our Goldie! He is ideal for children who want to make their first trot or canter experience safely on the lunge. With his 19 calendar years he is not really old, but rather the oldest member of the herd and therefore always up for a dynamic ride with a lightweight rider, preferably next to or behind his best buddy Mulato.

Pictured here in the center, is Yusra, a well-bred endurance horse. We are looking forward to further exploring the farmland with her, Zaida and Mulato creating some interesting one-day routes for relaxed trail and endurance riders.

In front – is our typical Arabian Horse beauty! Ali Hala is an Egyptian Arab and her nickname is ‘Princess’. Despite her pedigree, she is a well-suited horse for children and beginner riders.

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