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OUR ANIMALS

HAFLIGER HORSES

HAFLIGER HORSES - LA TRESENDA
The Haflinger Horse has been born in the Italian region of
South Tyrol (South Tyrol).
The tradition means that since
the Middle Ages in the area near the Hafling resort,
there was a kind of not very tall mountain horse,
robust enough and descended from a famous horses
breed imported from the Kingdom of Borgognons and
that Emperor Lodovico IV gave a gift in 1342
to his son Lodovico, Margravio of Brandenburg,
on his wedding with Margherita Maultasch,
Princess of Tyrol. Beyond tradition, it is certain that the
indigenous population of equidae traditionally bred in the
region from those remote ages was to carry goods through
the Alps by exploiting the valleys and the routes along the
Adige and Inn Valley.
The equine population in South Tyrol has, over the centuries, undergone
many influences, mainly through the import of subjects from the East.
Very old breed, although officially born with the current characteristics in 1874,
by the mating of an indigenous mare with the stallion "El Bedavi" of Berbera Origin.
Intelligent and strong with a quitte temperament, safe on any kind of terrain,
has always been used as a towing and saddle animal in mountain areas.
It is used as a horse for equestrian tourism, in endurance competitions, trekking, racing, galloping,
trotting and handicap therapy. It has a fine sauro-golden coat, tuft, mane and tail with abundant,
thin, smooth and generally clear coats.

CRIOLLO HORSES

CRIOLLO HORSES - LA TRESENDA
The Criollo was the prototype of all American horses.
It is reported that during the mid-nineteenth century, 
during the looting and fire in Buenos Aires, many Arabian,
Berber and Andalusian horses led by the Spaniards fled
to the Pampas and were released in freedom for four
centuries.
In Chile, the Criollo is called Cileno or
Corrale-ro, Colombia Guajira, Venezuela Llanero,
Peru Salteno, Costeno or Moro-chuco and Brazil
or Crioulo.
These horses are a bit different
from each other, and this depends on the
crossings they have been subjected to,
and also from the places where they were bred
in the immense South American continent,
with different climatic conditions.
All come from the same exceptional original stump. The Criollo horse is not just a workhorse, even in equestrian sports has shown
great aptitude with subjects that over time have been able to
highlight even in jumping obstacles.
But his vocation is racing on the
great distances of endurance and trekking.
The criollo horse is suitable for amazons and riders of all levels. Like all horses raised in freedom, it always comes outdoors and in large spaces often at the age of 40.

LAMA AND ALPAKA

LAMA AND ALPAKA - LA TRESENDA
The Lama belongs to the camelid family such as the 
Alpaca. Physically it has a big head and a graceful
neck, sharp muzzle, long, minute paws and
very fluffy hair .......
the rest you come to discover during the time
of the Didactic Farm ...

OUR PIG

OUR PIG - LA TRESENDA
The pig farm seems to have very ancient roots: 
infact, we have already traced it to the rock caves
of the caves of Altamira, Spain, where a group of pigs
are wih some men. These stone designs are about
40,000 AC, although other traces, more or less date
around the same period, are found in the south of
Rhodesia, in Zambia. The first true domestication
of the pig would have been around 5,000 AC
by the Chinese, while in 3,500 AD in Mesopotamia
there were already several pig farms that exhibited highly
varied morphological characteristics, synonymous
with a selection which has been induced for quite some
time. In ancient cultures such as Egyptian, Greek and
Roman, the pig represented...to be continued at Didactic Farm

COWS, SPHIPS, RABBITS AND MANY OTHERS

COWS, SPHIPS, RABBITS AND MANY OTHERS - LA TRESENDA
At Tresenda you will find many 
friends to discover !!!
But does not charm this
wonderful animal world !! ??
We are deeply in love and
we hope we can also love you!
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