Foal slapping - Fohlenplacken
The village of Fohlenplacken is about 1.5 km (as the crow flies) northwest of the town center of Neuhaus' on the Holzminde at altitude of 295 to . The circuit road 50 between Neuhaus and Holzminden performs the local situation .
The area in which the Corvey monastery once had guardianship rights was called Fülleplacke in modern times . The Allersheim office had foals herded on the willows on this small piece of land ( Middle Low German Plack)  . In the 18th century, the first building to be built was a mill; further settlements followed.  The glaze mill was temporarily a supplier to the Fürstenberg porcelain factory .  In 2017, the village was the north Waldglashutte to the wooden Minde archaeologically investigated, which is the second oldest of its kind in Europe.
Gastronomy and wood processing belong to the economic factors of the place. The old mill is a holiday home.
- Otfried Ruhlender: The checkered history of Neuhaus im Solling. History and stories. , 1998, p. 323f.
- Hans Kuhn: Kleine Schriften, Volume 1, Sprachgeschichte Verskunst, 1969, p. 366 (reprint from Zeitschrift für Mundartforschung 28, 1961, p. 1 ff)
- Hannes Blieschies: Fohlenplacken , in: Sollinger Heimatblätter 4/2005, p. 8ff
- Quartz sand from the Hochsolling in the Daily Gazette of October 16, 2010