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Her great-grandfather Angelus Scheiber was partly responsible for the fact that there are still Haflinger horses in Tirol. He smuggled the animals from South Tyrol to North Tirol in the dead of night. Thank God – says Lorena, otherwise we wouldn't have any more Haflinger horses. They are lovable, greedy stubborn animals and you can do anything with them. They are out on the mountain pastures all summer long.