Life & Movement

When he was just four months old, they were going to slaughter him for having a fissure in the iliac crest. Weaning and prematurely separated from his mother, we took him in and fed him until he could do it by himself. After spending several months in a small enclosure for his full recovery, he began his integration into a herd of the Foundation. Today, ten years later, Kippur lives a whole and free life in the company of his family of mares and foals and, against all odds, he can trot and gallop. Thanks to the vasectomy he went through, he retains the natural  behavior of a stud.It is a stable and serene horse, very calm and sociable with people.