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Baroque Horses

This is a group for Baroque Horse owners. These are Andalusians, PRE, Lusitanos, Friesans and Lipizzaners, or crosses. Please post a message if you own one and what kind of a discipline you are currently doing.

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Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:40pm

I purchased her  already bred.

 I will wait until she is 4 to start her-  and this winter as a 3.5 yr old she will begin long lines and no riding. I usually do not ride them until they are 4. My stallion was just started this yr as a 4 yr old. However he was walked in hand and long lined since he was 3. Once in the sadlde he was  giving and forward and light.

 Some breeders wait some do not- and I wanted this mare very much. I do have a coming 3 yr old kuggerand gold palomino Andalusian who will be 3 next yr she will not be bred until she is 5. She is a granddaughter of Saphiro and her color is quite rare- dark gold with 3 white socks that do not touch her hooves and they carry dark gold spots  on them  and her star and snip have dark sports as well- plus she has a *grease* spot of blackish on her right hip.  And legs that go forever- thisis her as a yearling when I bought her.

Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:34pm
thisi Zensational the friesian stallion, he is not huge- a solid 15.2 hands at 4 and just beginning his work at the canter. He is an amazing athletic,happy horse with powr and bone and huge sweeping slow motion strides- his canter and trot are easy to sit and he is powerful and forward and loves being ridden alone or in company of geldings, stallions, or mares
Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:32pm
Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:30pm

this is Louro the sire of Scherazades' in utero foal when he was a 2 yr old

 he is 4 now.

Comment by Mari on September 18, 2011 at 10:29pm
Well, hope you wait till she's done growing before you breed her.
Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:23pm

thisisi Scherazade, she has an incredibly feminine face and type- she is compact and about 14.3 with time to grow- she is just 3 now and she will continue to grow until she is 5.

 The black stallion below is my stallion Zensational who is 4- and I am thinking of breeding her to him next yr.

 He is a black,  with a red recessive gene- and Zade is a brown who is very slolwy starting to gray.


Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:21pm
Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:17pm
as an ending in my posts the Andalusian mare, Scherazade, called Zade is in foal to the son of Saphiro, a cremello  dressage trained and shown Lusitano stallion who is one of the most popular breeding stallions in the world with get all over the USA and Europe and South America and New Zealand.
Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:15pm

The andalusians' half brother went to south africa as the first ever imported Warlander into the county.

My andalusians name is Scherazade, named after the  maiden in the 1001 tales of the Arabian Nights fable.

Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:13pm

it is nothing to ship a horse to Onterio. and I plan on offering the foal for 7500 with it registered and microchipped and registered. We have sold several horses to Onterio Ca.- and i do mean Canada.

 both the two friesians and the full andalusian shall be that price, and I can breed the andalusian mare to my friesian stallion and would sell her for 10k confirmed in foal- as well. with all documents for the warlander to be registered, and of course the mares papers ect.

so it would be a 2 for one kind of thing.

And we can start her so she has time under saddle, green broke but not - silly and she is very sweet as well.

The mustang belongs to the owner where I keep my horses- the first foal of this same breeding was sold to a hunter /jumper semi pro - the filly was born with legs as long as a models and a neck to match. the mustang  mare is 15.3 hands and loks like  a hannovarian, with a freeze brand lol.



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