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2018 Livestock Show in San Genesio/Jenesien

Großer Erfolg für Südtiroler Fahrer
Award ceremony: (from left) runner-up P-Schakira R (owner: Josef Reiterer), winner Quelle (owner: Konrad Grünberger) and 3rd placed Teodorasia (owner: Franz Oberkofler)

 

Over the course of several months, Lorenz Höller and his team have gone the extra mile to organise the San Genesio/Jenesien livestock show, which traditionally unites the Haflinger horse, Grauvieh (Tyrolean grey cattle) and Tiroler Bergschaf (Tyrolean mountain sheep) breeds – and their efforts have truly paid off: On Sunday 22 April 2018, the very finest examples of dedicated breeding were presented to a large crowd of visitors from near and far under ideal conditions.

A mesmerising sight: The irresistible charms of some 80 Haflinger horses, their proud owners clad in their best Sunday dress, once again put the audience under their spell. Overall, the local breeders demonstrated a very high level of commitment and skills:

Konrad Grünberger's QUELLE BZ26553 was crowned overall Show winner, followed by Josef Reiterer's P-SCHAKIRA R BZ25498 and Franz Oberkofler's TEODORASIA BZ27817.

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