Huerta de Peñamelaria — A wild horse joins a family’s gathering (Córdoba, Spain) 🇪🇸
During a visit to Huerta de Peñamelaria, a wild horse that lives at the orchard, Pía, arrived and joined the family’s gathering. (Filmed, December 18, 2021)
Currently, Pía is too young for the family to train. The orchard contains an electric fence that acts as a perimeter for where Pía roams, and a local shepherd further manages her well-being.
Huerta de Peñamelaria is a 120-hectare olive orchard in the Montaña de las Víboras (Viper Mountain), near the City of Córdoba, Córdoba, Andalucía, Spain. In English, the orchard’s name means Honeystone Orchard. It was purchased in 1827 by an ancestor of the family, Juan Felipe Conde.
The family and Huerta de Peñamelaria were featured in this Ithaca Bound episode — Visiting a Family’s Olive Orchard in the Córdoba Mountains 🇪🇸 | Ithaca Bound (January 9, 2022)
Huerta de Peñamelaria also appeared in this Ithacabound.com Clips:
Huerta de Peñamelaria – Mediterranean people (Córdoba, Spain) 🇪🇸 (February 12, 2022)
Huerta de Peñamelaria – Ownership during the Islamic Spain period (Córdoba, Spain) 🇪🇸 (February 5, 2022)
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