Please see our "in utero" section further below as we always have mares in foal. Now pre-selling 2023 foals. 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. Generally, customers pay a deposit of 1/3 of price at time of sale agreement, 1/3 within two weeks of foal's birth and 1/3 when foal is weaned. For some customers, a deposit is paid and more convenient to make monthly payments. I am happy to email a sample in utero agreement upon request and to answer any questions. 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. Prices subject to change without notice
Born June 21, 2011
Dam: Girasol MC
Sire: Amoroso XLII
Color: bay mare
Registered with both IALHA and ANCCE Revised
IN FOAL TO KAIRO AK
This gorgeous mare has floaty movement, swan neck and stunning face! Her golden bay color has a beautiful sheen. She covers ground and flies off the ground when she moves with a rare grace. Tender personality is so endearing that I loved her the minute she arrived a few years ago. It didn't hurt anything that she got pregnant on her first breeding. The resulting foal by Kairo should be one of my best with world's biggest personality. Her first foal for us, Yuri, sold to a previous customer who is not only a high level dressage rider, but also an instructor who plans to use Yuri for demonstrations with his amazing willingness to learn, courage and sense of humor! A truly spectacular colt.
After foaling Yuri. we bred Osada with only ONE straw of frozen semen from imported stallion, Festivo MR and sold that foal in utero. A truly special moving colt resulted with a head and profile that is hard to forget was Osada's second colt for us.
In 2022, we bred Osada to Kairo and now wonder if the perfect home is out there for Osada and her coming foal. She will require a very kind and super patient and quiet owner and take a while to settle in. Osada prefers to be out in a pasture with other horses and can be tricky to catch. But once used to us, with a handful of grain, we can get her to bring her in to stall when we have a need to do so. I am sure given time and patience that she will become very dear and loved by whoever takes advantage of the bargain I am offering for she and her coming foal. She has good ground manners, fine for feet trims, bathing and what we ask of our broodmares.
Osada's dam was by IALHA Grand National Champion, Centauro XIII who is by Zodiaco, also a Grand National Champion Stallion, owned by Abelardo Morales, the incredible breeder from whom I bought Gitano. Osada is by Amoroso XLII, who is pure Escalera and was imported first to Mexico from Spain and owned by Abelardo Morales.
I have been so fortunate to have this quality mare to add to my breeding program with beauty, color, movement and a pedigree to dream of. That she touches my heart is icing on the cake! A few photos of her Herradura offspring are on Osada's mare page. She had one bay filly before she came to live with us.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information if you might want to make this tender mare part of your horse life.
Born April 14, 2019
Pure Spanish grey filly
Inscribed and eligible for Ancce Revision
Kairo AK x Hipolita H
stands 16.1 as she turned 3 and should mature taller
I sold this beautiful and friendly girl when she was a baby to a lady who, although didn't do much with her, kept her as the same lovely human-loving youngster than left here. Due to sad circumstances, she was unable to keep Xana (we pronounce HA-nuh), and was not in a position to sell her and asked for my help. Luckily, she and Xana lived close so we went to pick Xana up, giving time for a battle loading in the trailer. I didn't know what to expect after almost 2-1/2 years of not seeing them.
Xana walked on the trailer like she had done it every day! We got home and she walked out of trailer and just wanted to stop grazing as if she never left. We have updated her leading manners, trimmed her feet, gave Spring innoculations and after a few weeks of bringing her in and out of a stall for fear of feeding her with others, she is doing well with her group. She lives with a couple geldings that board here, a pony, and has rather adopted the yearling, Zaya (below and also for sale). Comes to the gate when I call her name and she hasn't even been here 60 days. She isn't used to feeding in the group along the fence as she got to be fed first at her prior home so we are feeding her separately for fear of she or a pasture mate getting hurt or smashed. Like me, she wants her food and now! LOL
I love her upright neck that makes her look even taller and her profile and neck are throwbacks to her grandfather, Remate (see my stallion page for reference). She is inquisitive and does not overreact and also remembered things we did with her as a weanling. Attaching a few photos of her "at work" right after she came back here.
In my younger days, I would keep this beauty, with the plus of her being a Kairo daughter and Hipolita's last foal before retired her. I think she is so beautiful, has been so easy for us to transition back to her original home and will have a black gene though she of course will have a 50/50 chance of always throwing grey. However, I am going to quit breeding as I have in the past and do not need a riding horse around here. I brought her back to help find her another good home as she had the first sale.
Xana's original buyer did not transfer her into the buyer's name so the Carta and the IALHA registration certificates are in my hands and for me to sign over upon the sale.
Depending on where you live, could present for Fall revision, breed her in the Fall or next Spring or start her under saddle.
Where the name? I name alphabetically and it was tricky in the X year. Wikepedia describes the "Xana" as a character found in mythology. "Always female, she is a creature of extraordinary beauty believed to live in the mountains, rivers, waterfalls....She is usually a creature with long blonde or light brown hair which tends to have gold or silver woven from the sun or moonbeams." I thought it was a good fit for her!
We have had billion degree temperatures since she's gotten here and as you will see from her video, Xana was not exactly enthusiastic when we took this video. You can see us throwing our cow bell toward her and Valente chasing her with a plastic bag on a crop with almost no reaction! Not a spooky girl! I have only ever had a couple of females this age or more so this is a great opportunity and at a reasonable price for a 3 year old this quality. Contact me at email@example.com for more information.
Born February 3, 2021
Pure Spanish ANCCE inscribed grey filly
Kairo AK x Destinada DD
Will be very tall (16.3 at least my best prediction)
Like Xana above, this ultra-sweet and cooperative filly was sold in utero. The buyer who is serving our country had a change in plans and was unable to complete the sale or take Zaya (who the buyer had named). I was to sell her, just didn't get to marketing her, and the longer she was here, the more we loved her and thought I had to keep her. Size, pedigree and my forward dressage type of movement and my last filly from Destinada, possibly my favorite mare ever who now lives in Phoenix.
I cannot think of anything that is not to love about Zaya. She lives in the same pasture I described above for Xana and is friendly with anyone who she sees. Inquisitive. Seems mature beyond her age. Floats. Forward. Ground covering. Dream filly.
Again, I do not have current photos or videos but attaching photos when I thought she was first leaving to demonstrate her temperament and size when she was a weanling and approaching a year.
Please email to let me know if we need to make this mare a priority to get you more information. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Born January 20, 2015
Pure Spanish grey gelding
Armas Diestro x Armas Estepana
A truly rare find with these bloodlines! Bred and born in Spain, this horse has power to spare! I will be getting video when I can and weather permits as Lejio is started under saddle and demonstrating ease with offering lead changes and side pass when he is only expected to walk, trot and canter. At the age where he is ready for more serious work than we can offer him here. A prospect for an advanced rider or adult amateur with a trainer who can develop his promise. Powerful hind end is the logical reason that this horse can really move. Stands right at 16 hands. Kind and loving on the ground and has done some trail riding. Is spoiled with my treat giving but I can lead from my wheelchair. Two of my female workers constantly tell me how sweet he is when they are in his stall to clean or groom him. I believe he will blossom with his own person. $25,000 to the right home which is less than I paid for him as a stallion. Because we are breeding so few mares these days, our 3 stallions is already more than I need as to why decision was made to castrate Lejio (Lay-hee-o) about a year ago. Contact me at email@example.com for more information.
The first foal of this cross is two and one has to see multiple videos provided by the owner to believe how remarkable Osada's first colt for us is! Incredibly bold and smart and wants to do more, more, more. So far both of Osada's colts for us have been bay so likely next one will be too. Due February, 2023. $10,0000. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for size, check out our mare page for Vendexa! Over 17 hands with big bones, it is no surprise that Vendexa's first colt (who is black by Kairo) looks like he will finish at 17 hands too. Vendexa had a super tall (will mature to 17 hands and possibly more) grey filly that is also a doll baby. Vendexa is bred back to Kairo for the third year and her foal is for sale in utero for $12,000. Please contact at email@example.com.
Through most unfortunate circumstances, Gentileza made her way back to us and is giving us the opportunity to again have a Remate grandbaby. Gentileza's foals have aways been sweet and beautiful and tall. Her one Gitano son in Canada reported to be over 17 hands. Gentileza is in foal to Gitano and her 2023 foal is already sold. Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.