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Saddle fitting for the Andalusian 12 Replies

Started by Brenda Gordon. Last reply by janeinthemtns Jan 21, 2011.

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Comment by Brenda Gordon on February 24, 2013 at 8:42am

Want to see a Pavon baby, see Paloma posted on my  photos at my page. She will be 4 this September and is as well built as her dad, and her mom.  See pedigree for them at LGANCCE.com  it is the Libro (book of geneology ) from Spain.  Both Pavon and Fiesta have Bocado blood.  Vasallo, Fiesta's GrandSire was three times Champion of Spain.  Pavon and Fiesta share some of the older very important PRE ancestors.

Comment by Susana Rodriguez on February 7, 2012 at 3:12am

From trainig level to Grand Prix; stars and prospects. We offer assesment in the purchase of your andalusian, taylor made searches and export.
There is an Andalusian within your budget !
Offering a son of Fuego XII (not in the webpage, private treaty) 6 years old, 4th level,getting  ready for PSG

Comment by Muriel Chestnut on December 1, 2011 at 1:18pm

Hello everyone! I just joined Barnmice yesterday, and I'm already enjoying this! What a great way to connect with like minded people!! I stand my imported PRE stallion SOBERBIO XII who is by Ebanisto (Champion of Spain, Guardiola bred) and out of an Escalera mare. He is completely bred for dressage! Excellent gaits and a very expressive extension in the trot! SOBERBIO XII now has offspring in Canada from Nova Scotia right across to BC and some foals in Oregon and California. He is an excellent producing stallion and is very elegant in type, yet classically Spanish. He is 16.2 HH and mahogany bay. I welcome any breeding inquiries and as well I coach Classical Dressage/Natural Horsemanship combined! I would love to do more clinics in the US if anyone is interested!



Comment by Annamarie de la Torre on November 30, 2011 at 3:49am

I have been doing more research on my horses' bloodlines, which are pure Guardiola. I am so excited to find out that tese bloodlines come from Carthusian and Militar bloodlines. do any of you have anymore info on these bloodlines or know how I can find out more? Let me know thanks.

Comment by Annamarie de la Torre on August 6, 2011 at 3:28am
Greetings to all Andalusian lovers.i have loved the breed for many years. I have three Andalusians.Our stallion Adonis, A 3 year old colt,Centauro, and a yearling filly, Zaphira.  all our horses are very gentle mannered, as my little 2 year old daughter can feed them out of her hand(with supervision of course). We have a lot of fun with our horses, as we go to rodeos, dancing horse competitions, trail riding, and even just grooming them. it is great.  well I welcome you to come and take a look at my pictures of them and can't wait to talk horses with you!
Comment by Ellin McGinley Daum on June 6, 2011 at 7:58pm
I'm on a southwest suburb of Indianapolis, IN, but we do transport semen!  I currently have 3 Aztecas all sired by Pavon.  All are out of APHA registered Paint mares.  Valiente is a 3 yr old gelding out of a granddaughter of Seven S Flashy Zipper.  He will be at least 16.3 hands and is bright chestnut.  Both Pluma Decorada de Pavon and Azucena de Pavon are out of my black and white paint mare, Cherokee.  Pluma, a gelding, is a 4 yr old tri-color pinto, Azucena is a 2 yr old black going grey filly who will be close to 17 hands when mature.  You can see Pavon and Pluma on YouTube.  Search for Pavon II at the Hoosier Horse Fair and it should bring up all of my videos, none of which are very good, but they will give you an idea.  I also have two purebred mares, one by Pavon and the other, Cali, who is just old enough at 5 to be bred to him this year.  I also plan to breed the paint and a mare that is half Andy, half Percheron this year.  We'll try selling the foals in utero.  Thank you for asking.
Comment by leanne hall on June 6, 2011 at 7:49pm
Hi Ellin, thank you for your post. Where are you located? If you have a website I would love to see your stallion. As I said I'm increasing my knowledge base right now and am having fun doing it :-) My mare is unusual for a cutting horse as she's 15.2, has long legs and lovely movement. Needless to say, she didn't make it to competition as a cutter even though she's agile and quick. But, I think breeding her with an Andalusian would produce a really nice foal. I just found out about the Azteca breed a few months ago. Do you have Aztecas as well as Andalusians?
Comment by Ellin McGinley Daum on June 6, 2011 at 7:38pm
Hi Leanne!  I own a PRE stallion who has produced fabulous Azteca horses.  They are everything you are thinking they are.  Choose a well bred stallion, preferably PRE, since they are inspected and not allowed to breed unless they possess the classical characteristics that have made the breed what it is.  There are lots of really good stallions in CA and surrounding states.  Best of luck!
Comment by leanne hall on June 6, 2011 at 5:52pm
Thank you for the welcome Cheryl :-)
Comment by Cheryl Gibson on June 6, 2011 at 5:43pm
Welcome Leanne,  I wish you well on your pursuit of an Azteca.  I know lots of people who just love that cross and I"ve seen some fabulous ones!  Good luck and welcome to the list, Cheryl

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