Please see our "in utero" section further below as we always have mares in foal. Some buyers want specific mare/stallion offspring and for others, buying in utero offers the perfect solution for affording your personalized Andalusian! Please send me an email if you would like me to send you a sample in utero contract with general terms to hopefully explain how this works. However, all agreements are individual and payment terms can be changed to best suit the buyer's needs. The price for the PRE foal depends on which mare is chosen, whether the buyer wants foal regardless of gender or a filly or colt only option. Scroll further down the page to see the in-utero foal list of pregnant mares, to whom each is bred, when due and price to buy offspring.
Pure Spanish bay (probably black/bay) Isabelina and by Kairo. Legs and more legs! Some foals come out as new souls, but this one came out as a somewhat "old soul". Wise beyond her weeks since born on 12/1/18. Her name means "great glory" and one might think would shorten her barn name to "Wendy" but no way. She is just too "big" inside that little body to call anything but a formal name. Some spunk and can really cover some ground when she moves. I must admit that I am a "butt person" (I've got too many quotations here!) and I love the depth of her hind quarters and even in these less than flattering photos taken 1/28/19, one can see the lovely and long angle of her shoulder. Royal pedigree going back to Remate and Spanish National Champion, Jugueton and if bred, will be able to throw color. Photos show the wonder of how fast these babies change. The latest ones, Wendelin is wooly, butt high and in impossibly deep dirt so not optimal photo shoot.
Both parents revised with Ancce and IALHA registered so Wendelin will be registered as pre with Ancce and will be IALHA registerable
Priced: $7,500 and will be ready to ship to a forever home next September. Payments possible or discount to $7,000.00 if paid in full
Coming yearling grey pure spanish colt out of Flama and by Gitano. Born 4/8/18, I fell in love with this colt from the start. Not only is he the culmination of my breeding program (sire Gitano, grandsire Hereje), I just love his sensible temperament. Willing, interested in everything and wanting to please, Wyot is just a pleasure. So Plan A was to keep Wyot as I have never kept a Gitano son and Gitano is approaching 19 years old. Maybe was time for a son to carry on? I love Wyot's short back, deep hind quarter and lovely neck and think he is going to be the image of his grandpa, Hereje, only a bit taller than grandpa was.
Well, as most of my Plans go, I've had a change of plans and purchased Sagitario, a comng 4 year old grey that seems like a more logical addition to my studbarn, since unrelated to all my mares and close to breeding age. As a result, I offer Wyot for sale.
Both parents revised with Ancce and IALHA registered and Wyot will be registered as pre with Ancce and can be registered with IALHA.
However, Wyot does paddle or wing when he lifts his knee high as opposed to moving very forward and as a result, I think he is a good pleasure riding horse prospect. I will pay for him to be castrated, if a future home desires, and keep Wyot the extra month or 6 weeks until he heals and is ready to travel.
This colt is age appropriate head to his new homel so payment plan not being offered. Priced: $6,500
If wanting a gelding, offering option that our vet will castrate (at my cost) and we will keep Wyot until he is healed and ready to travel without board. My program to promote geldings!
Our tallest and biggest mare, Quiana is out of Destinada and by Wanapum and stands over 17.1 hands tall! If you are looking to breed foals with size and power, consider Quiana or her offspring. She is not only tall, but has substance with an outgoing and gentle personality wrapped up in a body complete with big bones, big movement . Although Quiana is grey, she dna verified as Gg meaning she can produce color, probably bay based on her color when she was a foal. Our very last offspring from Wanapum's tenure as a stallion.
Quiana was born 11/8/12 and never been put under saddle. She is not Ancce revised as she was over the standards for height and the Spanish vet told me, after giving her the highest movement scores of the horses critiqued that day at walk, trot and canter, that she should be shown and not bred. The Spanish representative felt that Quiana was so big that she was more masculine than desired. Well, we are not set up to show her so I chose to see what she would produce if bred.
For her first foal, Quiana was bred with frozen semen to Doblon TA, the unbelievably fabulous FEI stallion in Spain. The resulting filly, Vienna, did not disappoint and Vienna's owner is totally enamored with her. Vienna should go to 16.3 or 17 hands. Next, Quiana was bred to Kairo and again produced a magnificent filly named Willa. Willa's owner is also just over the moon thrilled with how great minded, friendly and tall Willa is. The goal is for Willa to become a high school level horse. Unless Quiana leaves soon, we will be breeding her back to Kairo as we, too, thought Willa was beyond awesome. Quiana is not "essential" to our breeding program as I still have her mother and I kept her half-sister, Vendexa. Therefore, she is offered for sale or welcome to stay and produce more great babies for me!
Tosca has a longer tale than is necessary to include here but the short version is that she was sold as a baby but back here with us for the last few months. Tosca is 16.3 hands at 3-1/2 years old and a lovely bright bay. Out of our unbelievably serene Isabelina and by Gitano, Tosca has the big personality we expected from the pairing of two of our favorite personalities. Tosca is named for the beautiful opera. She would prefer to be with people over other horses.
Valente started working with Tosca a bit in our round pen and very quickly decided she was fine to start under saddle. Tosca is one of the easiest we have ever started, We are both amazed at how willing and happy Tosca is to work. Still green, but on the 6th ride, Valente took her down to our bottom hay pasture and trail rides her all around and she has never so much balked at anything. I think Tosca looks beautiful with a dressage saddle and much to my surprise, as Valente hasn't ridden a mare around here in years, he just loves Tosca and finds her gaits very comfortable. Tosca would make someone a wonderful and lovely pleasure horse.
Tosca's only drawback is that she toes in on both front feet. As a result, I am not choosing to breed her as to why we started her under saddle. I feel all horses have a best use and my feeling is enjoying being ridden proves to us that Tosca should be a riding horse. She is IALHA registered and Ancce eligible but I do not plan to present her for revision due to her pigeon toes. Otherwise, has great feet!
(photo by Bob Langrish)
(photo by Bob Langrish)
Flama's latest Gitano foal, Wyot, was one that I was going to keep - I have never kept a Gitano son and this was the one! See photos recently added on Flama's offspring page (mare page) of daughter, Tyche, who was back here to breed this year and gorgeous and fabulous personality like my Niza and Otamisia have. This cross never misses! Flama is bred back to Gitano for a May 2019 foal that will be for sale, in utero, for $8,000 for either sex or colt, or $8,000 for filly only. Flama can throw grey, black, or bay.
Hipolita's 2019 foal is one that someone should reserve! Last year's colt was sold at less than a week old and since then, everyone, even people not looking for a horse at all, want to buy him. Gorgeous and fabulous personality. Hipolita's are always at the top of the list of best minds. $9000 in utero price and will be grey or bay.