Various breeds live together in the herd. The rather great differences in temperament and size between our Shetlands, Icelandics, Cartujanos, and Peruvian Pasos create a very particular dynamic for both horse and man. These are old breeds with a long history of contact with humans, each with their own pronounced uniqueness, particular character, and specific contact-related challenges. There are, in this way, plenty of choices when it comes to working with horses.
The variety of breeds also stands as a symbol of our belief in the power of diversity.
All sexes are represented: mares, stallions, geldings.