Raising champions in the middle of the steppe, studs instill horse love for visitors
The studs that raise champions in the middle of the steppe instill horse love in visitors
Stud houses, where champion foals from purebred breeding horses are bred, gained a distinct beauty with the autumn season.
In the district of Ereğli, around 30 farms where racehorses are fed and cared for, boarding service is provided for thoroughbred British and Arabian horses.
Champion foals are raised in the highlands of the county, which has a suitable environment for the life of horses with its altitude and climate conditions. The studs, where fewer horses are accommodated than in summer, become more attractive in autumn with beautiful color tones of nature.
Stud houses, including breakfast and food services, receive the most visitors in autumn. The studs, which also offer their visitors a horse riding experience, attract great attention especially on weekends.
Horse farm owner Oğuzhan Özsarı told Anadolu Agency (AA) that they provide boarding services for race horses in Ereğli, which is 150 kilometers from Konya.
Noting that the region, which has ideal climatic features for the breeding and development of racehorses, has gained more and more attraction day by day, Özsarı said that they also host those who want to be in touch with nature in their facilities. / span>
Expressing that they can live all four seasons very well in Ereğli, Özsarı stated that everyone should see the farms adorned with autumn colors and intertwined with nature.
Özsarı, "We want our people to come and see and support our horse farms, the value given to horse breeding, especially in autumn.
We want everyone to live in autumn with these beauties with horses. We welcome everyone here. "