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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 November 24, 2011 at 7:02pm

the buckskin colt is a warlander and he is now 3.5 and startinghis life as an under saddle horse. Believe me he  is still this stunning but now he is huge!

He is truly something that Michaelangelo would have committed to stone


Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on November 24, 2011 at 7:01pm

Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on November 24, 2011 at 6:59pm

a warlander is a now recognized breed- and  has a pretty popular data base. it is a combo of friesian and andalusian ( lusitano) and there is no other breed(s) allowed. It can be   registered as a warlander, and with the IALHA and with FFH  as well and  can be shownin  the open and  whatever breed divisions it is reg. with.

 You get the bone and baroqueness of the both breeds, a strong back, uphillmovement and  wonderful  strength , trainability and  as a bonus you can get this magical horse in  black or buckskin,  bay ,chestnut or a palomino.  I have seen some cute ones and a few absolutely magnificant ones and the  prices range from 7k to 25k  for a youngster with incredible potentional.


Comment by Mary-Joe Figueira on November 24, 2011 at 6:07pm

Beautiful horse. What is a Warlander? I have never heard of this breed.


Comment by Daniëlle Meyboom on November 24, 2011 at 4:39pm

How old is the Warlander? It's a beautyfull horse to see!

Comment by Lillian Tepera on November 24, 2011 at 10:26am

Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on November 4, 2011 at 8:30pm
I have friesians and andalusians and  the buckskin is a warlander- a combo of both breeds
Comment by Daniëlle Meyboom on November 4, 2011 at 6:00pm
I'm a new member of this group and also from Barnmice at all. I found at this wall pictures of someone who had a black (friesian) horse and a buckskin horse. I've got to horses, a buckskin andalusian and a friesian horse, so I was really suprised to see someone else with the same combination :)

ps. Im sorry for my bad english :o
Comment by Judi Daly on November 4, 2011 at 12:53pm

I joined this group because my horse, Cole, though he is not an official Baroque breed, is a very Baroque horse.  He is a morab, which is a Morgan/Arab cross.  At 3/4 Foundation Morgan, he looks and moves quite Baroque.  The Foundation Morgans are only a tiny part of the Morgan breed.  I feel very lucky to have such a special horse.

Comment by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE on September 18, 2011 at 10:54pm

by the way the pic I posted of Scherazade was when she was a coming 2 yr old.  Not before she was bred.

I fell in love with her as a foal and  her dam is the sweetest mare-  can be saddled up after a yr of not being ridden and off you go- and I coveted the filly and when she became available I bought her- and she was bred. But she lives on 10 acres with my other friesians and andalusians and is eating and playing and growing and running and she will have a life like this for as long as she is with me.

Since I own the mares and my stallion and do not have to pay huge prices for sperm and shipping I am able to offer better prices for offspring and since I am an assistant spend all day with the foals and the mares and stallion they are handled daily and show this in how they interact with humans.


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