Siglavy Presciana "Chester" - Lipizzan Stallion

   Called Chester on the farm, Siglavy Presciana II is by Siglavy Aga out of Presciana II.  A 15.1 hand, brilliant bay Lipizzaner Stallion born March 2008, he was just started under saddle.  He has amazing dressage movement and is destined to be a fabulous FEI competitor.  He is people-oriented with a mischievous personality that keeps the farm entertained.  2014 will be his first breeding season.  

   Siglavy Presciana II is available for  breeding, email for more information.

Pecos - P.R.E. Stallion

   Pecos is a 16.1 hand P.R.E./Andalusian stallion registered with both ANCCE and IALHA. In 2008, Pecos was the 3rd and 4th level IALHA National Champion and placed 4th at 4th level in USDF Region 3 Championships. Currently competing in Florida, he qualified for USDF championships at PSG and Intermediare 1 in 2009 and 2010.  Pecos also travels North America to perform his la garrocha act and a classical dressage act at exhibition venues. Pecos was recently selected to be the Celebration horse at the 2011 Breyerfest. A true ambassador for the breed, Pecos passes on his beauty and fabulous temperament to his offspring.

   Pecos is available for breeding, click here for more information.


Enamorado - P.R.E. Stallion

   Enamorado was imported from Spain in January of 2005, after qualifying and competing at SICAB. Standing at 16.3 hands, he is registered with both ANCCE and IALHA.  Selected with the guidance and assistance of three time Olympian, Juan Matute, he is an extraordinary stallion that represents the promise of an International Dressage competitor. His bloodlines are some of the rarest in the world of Pure Spanish Horses.  His only full brother was Champion of Equinovial in 2003.  Enamorado’s athletic ability, natural dressage gaits and generous size are stamped onto his offspring.

   Enamorado is available for breeding, click here for more information.

Did you know?

The Andalusian is one of the world’s oldest breed of horses.  It originated in the Iberian Peninsula and is named for the region of Spain called Andalucia, though the breed actually was more widespread; called the Pura Raza Española in Spain and The Pure Spanish Horse in the United States and Canada.  The Andalusian horse has been documented throughout European history and was praised as the finest horse of war by the Romans and Greeks in ancient times.  It’s history as an equine type goes back even further, documented by cave paintings believed to be over 20,000 years old!

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