We at Langhus farm love good horses, talented, with good conformation, willing to please, and colorful. Then a few years ago, Hersing from Langhusum was born, and what joy, the mare foal was black-roan (colorchanger)- pinto (skäck). And the foal played around for the next few years with a raised neck and huge footlift. Now she has been evaluated with 7.73 in main score, and the remark “Good footlift” everywhere. We are just so perfectly happy
She could get higher scores with more riding, but now she will join our band of broodmares and enjoy a good life with freedom and cute, talented, colorful babies. She is now being bred to Álfur from Selfossi (evaluated with 8.46).
Aha… so you like our wide open landscape Yes I do too, space space space, and tall mountains in the distance Here you see our Hersing in her 8.5 trot, and in space
For fun, here is the roan (litförott/color changer) mare Hersing in January, when she was 4 years old So, her black spots turn grey in spring and fall, they’re with sprinkled grey hairs in the summer time… and in January they’re black again I love that color, and it’s been our dream for a long time to have a talented mare in that rare color (there are just a few hundred color changers in the Icelandic breed in the world).
Hersing last year, when she was rather green.