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Far from the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Lipizzaner foals begin life with their mothers in the hills of Western Styria on the Piber Stud Farm. Surprisingly, the young horses are born dark brown or black, gradually turning white over time. A few remain brown as adults. The foals live much as wild horses do, but there are regular social interactions with humans to build trust early-on.
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