Black filly, no white, carries red and nd1
(Rico MHF x Mirame ORO)
DOB April 27th, 2017
Prieta is a high quality black filly with some of the very best bloodlines you can find in U.S.
Her two grandsires are the famous Indiano XVIII and Navarre GF (both who are now deceased). Dam lines are full Guardiola with her maternal granddam being linebred to the Guardiola Champion of Spain, Centella V and her paternal Guardiola granddam a close descendant of Marciano II. So, she is also half Guardiola. She has numerous Champions on her pedigree. Her sire is a National Champion in Reining, Navarre GF was a two-time National Champion out of the two National Champions Teodoro and the Champion grand mare Ladina, a treasure in the U.S. Indiano XVIII is well known as one the best P.R.E. horses of our time and he proved it by being the Champion of Spain, Champion of Mexico and a U.S. Champion. It has been shown that his offspring and grandget almost always inherit his incomparable movement.
Prieta also has a full sibling over 16 hands that has already been successful in the dressage ring even at a young age.
You just won't find a better pedigree than on this filly.
She is 14.1 at 13 months old.
Because her bloodlines are so exceptional and close-up and her dam is getting up there in years and because she carries the coveted red gene,
I am planning on most likely keeping her to replace her dam in my herd. Her price reflects my reluctance to sell her and it will take a determined
buyer to own her.
Inscription with ANCCE codigo #7240151707EU315 and registration with IALHA # 18854(S)
Liberty movement video on youtube under her name. She has an incredible trot as Indiano seems to pass it down the generations.
She is DNA color tested as black, carrying both the red and dun1 gene and will not gray. aaEend1/nd2gg
Both sire and dam are non-fading blacks with no white. You can see her full brothers on the testimonial sold page under Fogoso WC and Valeroso WC
**Videos of her under saddle and at liberty are on youtube, just search under Guerrera WC**
Just a pasture candid head shot (2017)
Zena has now been started under saddle.
She has had several rides and shown no resistance at all, stays quiet and willing. Already walk, trot, & canter under rider control, lunging well and maintaining very nice frame, relaxation and suspension under saddle. She has also now been on several trail rides in a state park. Crosses anything, no spook, very willing to lead, surefooted and steadfast. She is going to make someone a great trail partner.
In addition, she has been in 2 parades with totally unfamiliar riders and was unflappable!
She made me so proud of her
Sol WC is a full brother to Diosa WC (above).....just a year younger! Very strongly built, he is all guy but he still has his sister's correct conformation, gorgeous color, champion bloodlines and mellow temperament. Like his sister, he will be registered with IALHA and inscribed with ANCCE. Paperwork already submitted. Sol was also the biggest foal I have raised in 20 years of breeding P.R.E. horses. He was born huge...44" (11 hands). At 2 months of age, he is already gained another 4" and stands at 12 hands. Measured again at 3 months and he is just under 13 hands! Tremendous bone and muscle can be seen even at this young age.
It is extremely rare to find a palomino P.R.E. colt, let alone one with such stellar bloodlines and such high quality. This guy is destined for the show ring, the breeding shed and should be the gold star and cornerstone of someone's breeding program. Don't miss out on this prize. He is truly the Golden Child!
$25,000 until weaning
3 Photos below are of Guerrera at age 4 with her Spanish cut for revision
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Revised Black P.R.E. Mare
(Feudal VIII x Mirame ORO by Indiano XVIII)
DOB April 2007 - Height 15.2 hands
This quality mare was to be my next premier broodmare.
Sadly, after trying several times to get her pregnant, we had her chromosomes tested and found out that she has only one sex chromosome.
She will always be infertile. So my extreme breeding loss, will be a lucky someone's dressage dream horse. I am a breeder, so "Zena" is offered for sale. This mare has the tremendous movement of her dam, who inherited it from Indiano XVIII. Her movement is so good, that I had a couple offers to buy her when she was a youngster, but I turned them down thinking she was to be a valuable broodmare. Watch her movement videos on youtube under her name. One video is from fall of 2014 at 7 years old and the other one is when she was 4. You will see her incredible extensions, lightness in her front end. strong impulsion and drive from her hind end powerhouse. Foaled in 2007, she was started under saddle late while trying to get her pregnant. She was trained to drive when young, thus she has the potential to be a fantastic CDE prospect. With her incredible natural movement, I can see her in the show ring in 6 months to a year with the right trainer/owner. Although her movement would make her an excellent FEI prospect, since she is not over 16 hands most likely she would not be competitive. However, at 15.2, she is the perfect height for an amateur and very deep through the chest, so long rider legs should look fine with her. She is priced at $13,000 which is less than a comparable P.R.E. black gelding, and it is rare to find a purebred of her quality and movement even offered for sale, let alone black. In addition, since she does not cycle, you will not have to deal with any marish issues on her. Except for her missing X chromosome, she is a healthy, well-adjusted mare and has never been lame or ill. She is triple registered and was revised/approved for breeding by ANCCE, and although that is not a factor now that we know she is infertile, it does show she passed all studbook requirements. Because she is registered in all 3 registries, you can also show her in any venue you wish to pursue.
For someone who does not want to breed, but wants a companion and a show horse, this mare is a golden opportunity. Fantastic movement, a stellar champion pedigree, gorgeous and black with a double extreme mane, laid-back temperament and priced to sell, you won't find another one like her on the market for this price.You can see her dam on this website under mares and you can see her sire and his information here:
Photos below taken fall of 2014....I could post hundreds of photos of this mare as her movement is always exceptional
Extremely rare dun1 palomino P.R.E. filly
(Rico MHF x Sentencia PI)
DOB March 30, 2017
Sentencia did it again! Another premier palomino filly. She has given me 2 golden girls out of her last 3 foals.
Like her sisters, this filly is everything a breeder dreams of producing. Not only is she drop-dead gorgeous, she has a presence about her that stops you in your tracks.
There is a reason I gave her the name that means "Goddess" in Spanish!
Very sweet in temperament, she still built so strongly and correctly, that she stops people in their tracks
No white markings except a small star, she is a rich shimmering gold with sooty highlights. Dorada has been color tested aaeeCrnggnd1/nd1. That means every foal she produces will carry this new gene that shows primitive marking stripes. It probably makes her one of the strikingly few P.R.E. horses in the world with this color combination. Should mature at 16 hands. In addition, she is "aa" which means she also give you black foals readily if you wish it. She was born darker than her sister and I think will be a deep rich gold. She can produce any color you desire. She was already 14.1 hands at 14 months old.
Pictures and words cannot capture her...you have to experience her in person. Champion renown bloodlines, 1/4 Guardiola and 1/4 Military, her pedigree reads like a whos-who of P.R.E. horses. Dam is daughter of the famous Paco Marti Revoltoso XXIX and bred by Pique Angel and her sire is a Champion son of the famous Champion black stallion Navarre GF.
With close to perfect conformation, it is all wrapped in a golden package.
ANCCE inscription codigo #7240151707EU318 and IALHA registration #18855(S)
Liberty movement video on youtube under her name. She has a really fantastic canter
Show quality, Superb bloodlines for breeding potential for excellence, Build, Movement and Temperament for a talented riding partner. Color is just icing on the cake!
It doesn't get any better than this.
Extremely rare dun1 palomino P.R.E. stud colt
(Rico MHF x Sentencia PI)
DOB March 28, 2018
Obsidiana WC is a full sister to Prieta WC (above).....just a year younger! Elegant with her sister's correct conformation, she looks like she will be more baroque. She also shares the same exceptional bloodlines and movement. Like her sister, she will be registered with IALHA and inscribed with ANCCE. Paperwork already submitted.
Now that I have 2, I can let one go at a reduced price. Don't miss out on this opportunity as I don't know how many more foals I will get out of this phenomenal mare
$16,000 until weaning
photos at 3 weeks old (on right) and 3 months old shedding off her foal coat (on left)
Here is Zena in her first parade with Rico by her side. Had not ridden her or Rico for 2 months and at the last minute, loaded them up and took them to a 6 mile parade. My niece rode her for the first time at the parade. Huge crowds, many new experiences and she handled it like a pro. What a mare!
Pictures above at 3 months. Typically, I do not take photos when they are shedding their foal coat, but it was so exciting to see this very rare chocolate/sooty color emerging with strong dapples. He even has dapples on his nose! I can't wait until he drops his foal coat on his butt, back, neck and sides.
I didn't think it possible for this stud muffin to get any better, but chocolate is divine!!!
Pictures below are at 3 weeks just to show how developed he is even at that age and to
show his movement potential that will only increase with age.
Black filly, no white
(Rico MHF x Mirame ORO)
DOB April 17th, 2018
Here is Guerrera in her second parade next to me on Rico. She had another totally unfamiliar rider in her 60's and they both did fantastic again!
Walnut Creek Ranch.