Stallions & Colts

Revised PRE grey Andalusian Stallion by National Grand Champion Halter horse, Escamillo and out of Reserve National Grand Champion Halter horse, Bregadora.

Foaled February 1, 2004.  IALHA# 80875
Breeding: Private Treaty

Show Wins Include:

Champion & Gold Medal in Movement – Colt – Viva Del Mar

Champion & Gold Medal in Movement – JR. Stallion – Viva Del mar
Reserve Grand Champion – Stallion – Viva Del Mar
Champion – Jr. Stallion – Region One
Reserve National Champion – 3 yr. old Futurity Stallion

National Grand Champion – Jr. Stallion

National Champion Saddle Seat – Jr. Horse
National Champion Show Pleasure Driving – Amateur

Champion – Sr. Stallion – Region One
Westmoreland High Point Open Carriage Driving Horse
Top Five – Sr. Stallion

Horse of the Year – by IALHA
National Grand Champion Senior Stallion

*Amici BB is one of only four stallions in IALHA Show History to win both the Junior and Senior National Grand Champion Title.

ATALON TABay colt – Foaled 2010 – by Flamenco N, out of Victoriosa

AZZARO TA (SOLD)Grey colt – Foaled 2013 – by Amici BB, out of Aleah TA

CERTERO BOT – Grey Revised PRE stallion – Foaled 2012-  by Pastelero VII, out of CerteraIX

TANTARO TA – Bay colt – Foaled 2013 – by Jaro III, out of Mascarada

TRISTAN TAGrey colt – Foaled 2013 – by Amici BB, out of Maite

ZAGAL LXXVI – Grey Revised PRE stallion – Foaled 2013 – by Tecol, out of Peluquera X


Priceless Moments in Time…

A Brief History of the Andalusian Horse…

The Andalusian, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse or PRE (Pura Raza Española), is a horse breed from the Iberian Peninsula, where its ancestors have lived for thousands of years. The Andalusian has been recognized as an individual breed since the 15th century, and its conformation has changed very little over time.

Throughout its history, it has been known for its prowess as a war horse, and was prized by the nobility. The breed was used as a tool of diplomacy by the Spanish government, and kings across Europe rode and owned Spanish horses.

The Andalusian is closely related to the Lusitano of Portugal, and has been used to develop many other breeds, especially in Europe and the Americas.