Hall 10 is the stage setting for the country with most biodiversity in the world: Italy. Here, thanks to the AIA (Italian Breeders Association), more than 300 horses will reveal the morphological and aptitude characteristics of the 7 breeds in the Official Stud Book and some of the 25 horse and donkey breeds in the Official Register.
The two rings in the Hall host an impressive programme of events, including the traditional Italian Carousel, the Parade of Breeds, the 81st National Exhibition and the 23rd L.G. Haflinger National Stallion Meeting, while Italian Shire Horses will be highlighted in the National biodiversity showcase, the Italian Shire Horse show, the futurity competition, the Best Italian Mares in show and the 30-month stallion contest
The Hall is also home to the Equinbio Project, implemented thanks to the collaboration of national horse breeder associations ANACRHAI, ANAM and ANACAITPR, joining forces to present an initiative to safeguard and improve the biodiversity of native Italian horse and donkey breeds within the scope to National rural development plans.