Monthly Archives: April 2013

2013 Revision Information and Tips

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We recently had an opportunity to speak with Miguel Nunez who was helping with the revisions taking place in Southern California to ask about some of the changes to the revision process.

As you will see on the left, we have included the score sheet which details all of the measurements that are taken and how scores are assigned.

As you will see, the horse receives a score of 1-9 on each of the lineal variables. After all the measurements are taken, the horse is asked to walk in a straight line, then shown at a trot and canter and stood up for the final inspection. At this time, a score of 1-10 is assigned on all three gaits, overall harmony and breed fidelity.

There has been a maximum height introduced of 172cm (approx. 17 hands stallions) and 170cm (approx. 16.3 hands mares), but a horse over the height limit in itself is not a means for disqualification. It is considered a very serious defect, so in combination with 2 other very serious defects could be a cause for disqualification. This could also occur with horses who have  5 serious defects.

There are some defects that are serious enough that they automatically result in disqualification:

1) Minimum height of less than 154 cm (approx. 15.1 hands for stallions) or 152 cm (approx. 15 hands for mares)

2) Fallen Crest (score of 7 +)

3) Ewe Neck (score of 7+)

4) Non – accidental Monorchism or Cryptorchidism

5) Breed Fidelity (score less than 3)

6) Front Profile Score (Head)  of 1, 2 or 9 (indicating face is either ultra concave, concave or ultra convex)

7) Proportional Index of less than 90 or greater than 110

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The Ultimate Horse Show Checklist

Fiesta of the Spanish Horse

The Ultimate Horse Show Checklist

 

Getting ready to leave for Fiesta Charity Show and Spectacular? No matter where you are….horse show season is upon us and with all the last minute things that happen leading up to a show, it is easy to forget some key item! We have compiled a comprehensive check list that can be used to make sure you pack everything that you might need for the show. This list is also available in a downloadable version: AndalusianWorld Show Requirements.

Good Luck!!

Horse Items0  Bridles0  Saddles

0  Girths

0  Show Pads

0  Schooling Pads

0  Martingale (if needed)

0  Show Halter

0  Show Lead, Conchos, Throatlatch (and spares)

0  Show Chain

0  Lead Rope

0  2 Water Buckets

0  Long Hose (for filling water buckets)

0  Standing Wraps

0  Polo Wraps/Boots

0  Liniment

0  Stud Chain

0  Grain Bucket/Feeder

0  Shampoo Bucket

0  Shampoo and Conditioner

0  Sweat Scraper

0  Eyescrews (for buckets and tie chains)

0  Horse Name Plate

0  Emergency Contact Info card for stall

0  Horse First Aid Kit

0  Supplements

0  Hay / Grain

0  Shavings

0  Sponges

0  Whips (for halter/performance classes)

0  Lunge Line and Whip

0  Cross Ties

0  Tie chains (for stalls)

0  Blankets, Sheets, Coolers

0  Hose with nozzle for bathing

0  Tack Cleaning Kit

0  Silver Polish

0  Muck Bucket / Wheelbarrow

0  Forks/Rakes/Shovel

0  Small Trash Can for Groom Stall

0  Double Ended Snaps

 

 

 

Grooming Supplies

0  Hoofpick

0  Curry Comb

0  Hard Brush

0  Soft Brush

0  Mane & Tail Brush

0  Hoof Black

0  Show Sheen

0  Fly Spray

0  Finishing Spray

0  Face Highlighter

0  Braiding Kit

0  Rubber Gloves (for applying hoof black)

0  Blow Dryer

0  Towels

0  Hoof Sanding Equipment

0  Clippers and Cool Spray

0  Razors (for last minute touch ups)

0  Twitch

0  Scissors

0  Electrical Tape

0  Safety Pins

0  Vaseline

0  Stain/Spot Remover

0  Rubbing Alcohol

0  Stepstool

0  Mounting Block

0  Locks

0  Locking Tack Trunk for purses/paperwork

 

 

Other Items

0  Saddle/Bridle Racks

0  Clothes Rack

0  Whip Holders

0  Electrical Cords and Lights

0  Wrap & Bandage Holder

0  Pocket Knife

0  Pen or Pencil

0  Small Bungee Cords

0  Sewing Kit

0  First Aid Kit (Human)

0  Locks

 

Personal Attire & Equipment0  Show Helmets / Hats0  Stocks / Ties

0  Show Shirts

0  Show Jackets

0  Show Gloves

0  Show Breeches

0  Belts

0  Show Boots

0  Boot Jack

0  Hair Nets

0  Hair Spray

0  Make Up

0  Bobby Pins

0  Brush or Comb

0  Crop

0  Spurs

0  Safety Pins or Number Holder

0  Stock Pins

0  Schooling Helmet

0  Schooling boots/half chaps

0  Black Socks

0  Nylons or tall socks for boots

0  Baby Powder

0  Earrings / Broaches

0  Sunblock

0  Shoe Polish Kit

 

Decorating / Hospitality

0  Drapes

0  Stapler and Staples

0  Hammer

0  Screw Driver

0  Wood (if needed)

0  Saw

0  Screws

0  Bark Chips

0  Photos / Logos

0  Brochure Holders

0  Table and Chairs

0  Folding Table for Hospitality Room

0  Table Cloths

0  Coffee Maker and Coffee

0  Snacks

0  Cooler

0  Refreshments

0  Paper Plates, Plastic Forks and Knives

0  Plastic Cups

0  Sharp Knives

0  Cutting Board

0  Corkscrew

0  Garbage Can

0  Carpeting/Mats for Groom Stalls, Change Room , Hospitality Area

 

Don’t Forget!

0  Entries

0  Copies of Horse’s Registration Papers

0  Health / Coggins Papers

0  Show Premium

0  Directions to Show

0  Directions to Hotel

0  Current Rule Book

0  Contact Information for Show Manager/Stabling Manager

 

HAVE FUN AND BE SAFE!!

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New Program for Fuel Savings

Consumers and Businesses Can Save $200 on Fuel Per Month for their Vehicle

Courtesy of: HorseCity.com

NFUELNLOCAL.com, an affiliate of NFUELN with 40 years of experience in the fuel management industry, announced a new program enabling incredible savings for consumers and businesses on fuel costs.  The new program, a fuel card, can cut fuel costs immediately for the equine industry.

Fuel is one of the more costly items in a household budget.  At the end of 2011, fuel costs for the average consumer were 8% of the yearly budget*.  The Equine industry uses more fuel than the average consumer, estimated up to 1,000 gallons per month.  The new fuel card, provided by NFUELNLOCAL.com and apply at www.nfuelnlocal.com, can save consumers up to twenty cents on each gallon of fuel, which translates into a $200 savings per month if an Equine member uses 1,000 gallons of fuel per month.

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Coyote problems? Here are some tips…

Keep Coyotes Away from Your Home and Your Livestock

Courtesy of: How to Build a House Blog.com

Coyotes are growing in population and thousands are living even in the big cities of North America. As the numbers of coyotes increase, they’re becoming more courageous and adaptive to our human-shaped environments and they’re less easily intimidated.

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Coyote

Coyotes have been the focus of predator-control efforts for years in the western part of the United States where sheep production is big business.

In these areas, poisons, traps, snares, airplane hunting, dogs and other methods have been used to control or eradicate coyote populations.

Surprisingly, these efforts to control coyote populations have not decimated the animal’s numbers. In fact, the coyote’s range and numbers have increased.

However, coyotes consume large numbers of rodents, so any reduction in the population of coyotes may have the unintended consequence of an accompanying increase in the population of rabbits, rats, and other small mammals.

But because, many coyotes venture farther out of the forest and into rural areas, towns, cities and campsites, we have both a need and a responsibility to deter them from built environments or where humans are undertaking activities, in order to avoid harm to either humans or coyotes.

According to the Humane Society of the United States, livestock and pet owners can take some simple steps to help prevent coyote attacks. 

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Do horses dream?

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by: Autumnap  for: Of Horse.com

Virtually all of us dream. Sometimes we are even able to remember our dreams vividly the next morning. Everyone who owns a dog will have observed their pet ‘chasing rabbits’ in their sleep. But do horses dream? Before we can answer this question with any degree of certainty we need to understand the mechanics of a horse’s sleep patterns.

Research has shown that there are four observable stages of a horse’s sleep patterns which make up his waking/sleeping cycle and each of these stages has its own specific function.

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Fencing Options – Pros and Cons

Horse Farm Fence – Types of Common Horse Fencing Options

By Chris, Five Star Ranch Staff Writer

Horse fencing options are as varied as horse breeds. From the traditional wood rail fences, electric hot wire to the high tech plastic fences all types of farm fence have their advantages and disadvantages. In this article we look at a variety of fences from a horse owner’s perspective. Here’s a list of the common horse fencing options.

wooden fence with horses

 

Wood Rail Horse Fence – Wood Board Fence

Wooden rail fence is a traditional variety of horse fence. Its attractive and relatively inexpensive. The downside is that it requires maintenance upkeep to keep it looking good. If its painted, it requires regular painting.

Horses can and will break boards and can run through a wood fence if spooked. The nails from the board can also become a hazard if they come loose and a horse accidentally steps on it.

Many horse owners use a strand of hot wire on the top rail to discourage pushing on the wood or chewing on it.

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2013 US National Para – Dressage Training Symposium

uspeaDates Announced for 2013 U.S. National Para-Dressage Training Symposium

The USPEA has announced the dates for a four day Para-Dressage Training Symposium to be held at Carlisle Academy in Lyman, Maine.

April 23, 2013 — Join the USPEA for a four day Para-Dressage Training Symposium. World-class trainers and practitioners will be at Carlisle Academy for an educational and interactive program packed with information and training for para-dressage riders, trainers and coaches.

The Training symposium is presented in two parts, with a theme of “A Team Approach.”

Train the Trainer Workshop~ May 29 – 30
Para Rider Symposium ~ May 30 – June 1

This is a U.S. Para-Equestrian Association sanctioned event and is organized and hosted by Carlisle Academy Integrative Equine Therapy & Sports, a leading nationally accredited program in Lyman, Maine.

Symposium Banquet & Keynote Address
All participants (clinicians, trainers, and riders) are invited to a symposium banquet at the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine on Wednesday, May 29th. Featured guest Gil Merrick will kick off the symposium theme of “A Team Approach” in his keynote address that evening. There will be time for fellowship and networking.

Featured Symposium Clinicians
Hanneke Gerritsen ~ FEI “O” Judge and Olympic Technical Delegate from Holland
Catherine Haddad Staller ~ International Dressage Competitor & Trainer
Clive Milkins ~ 2012 Paralympic Gold Medal Team Coach for Great Britain
Gil Merrick ~ Former USEF High Performance Dressage Director and National Clinician

Symposium Lecturers & Specialists
Hope Hand ~ President of United States Para Equestrian Association (USPEA)
Lora Dow ~ Fundraising & Marketing Expert
Tina Wentz ~ National Classifier and USPEA board member
Susan Grant, OTR/L, HPCS ~ Licensed Occupational Therapist; Hippotherapy Clinical Specialist
Janet Smaldone, PT, HPCS ~ Licensed Physical Therapist; Hippotherapy Clinical Specialist

Facilities
The workshop portion and Symposium Banquet will be held at the classic, waterfront Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine. We have reserved a block of rooms at a group rate for any Symposium participant. All hands-on and riding portions of the Symposium will be held at Carlisle Academy, which is centrally located in Southern Maine, just 30 minutes from Portland, ME and Portsmouth, NH. Fly into Portland, Manchester or Boston airports. The Academy, located on 150-acre Spring Creek Farm in Lyman, Maine, USA, provides an ideal environment for training. With two indoor arenas, two outdoor arenas, a therapy room and classroom, individuals and horses alike will find the space comfortable, peaceful and conducive to a productive learning experience.

Registration Due Date: Friday, May 10, 2013

Please note, there is no limit on enrollment for the Train the Trainer’s portion. However, due to the intensive nature of the Rider Symposium, space is limited to 10 riders and an unlimited number of active auditors. Carlisle Academy will hold space for 2 alternates in the event of rider cancellations. Preference will be given to Horse & Rider combinations.

Download the Registration Form Here.
Download the Information Packet Here.

Please contact Joyce Brown, Training & Leadership Program Director of Carlisle Academy Integrative Equine Therapy & Sports, at 207-985-0374 or jbrown@carlisleacademymaine.com with questions or concerns.

Contact the USPEA by emailing President Hope Hand at hope@uspea.org.

 

Working Equitation Clinic At Eskay Equestrian in OR

Introduction to Working Equitation Clinic

Pippa_LegacyThe April 20, 2013 Introduction to Working Equitation clinic hosted by Working Equitation Oregon, LLC, was a huge success, with seven riders (four of them mounted on IALHA-registered horses) and 18 auditors.  Julie Alonzo, who helped organize the event, shared information she learned at the week-long International

Judge Training Seminar hosted by Haras dos Cavaleiros in March with the group, going over the expectations for the different phases before walking the obstacle course with those in attendance, sharing insights learned from Dr. Claudia Elsner Matos about what judges are looking for in each of the obstacles.

Photo: Pippa Callanan on her purebred stallion Lusitano Legacy making the Functionality / Dressage phase look easy. (credit: Panoramic Artistry)

Participants then had the opportunity to practice the obstacles on their horses, with feedback provided to all.  Later in the day, 2011 IALHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year Sarah Kress discussed the Functionality / Dressage phase before coaching each of those riding in the clinic through the test of their choice.Julie_OdaliscaGF

During lunch, those in attendance made plans for future events, including a follow-up clinic on May 25th,  a schooling show July 13, and two competitions: the Canadian National Show and the Oregon State Fair, both of which will be offering Working Equitation classes.

For more information on shows and events like this, visit: AndalusianWorld Events – listings are FREE!

Following lunch, photographers Alexandra Crippen of Panoramic Artistry and Pat Walters provided participants with the opportunity to take part in a photo shoot. More information and photos can be found on the group’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WorkingEquitationOregon

 

Photo: (R) Julie Alonzo on pure Spanish mare Odalisca GF practicing with the lance. (credit: Pat Walters)

 

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R: Gary Camp on Andalusian/Morgan mare Bel demonstrating great technique spearing a ring. (credit: Panoramic Artistry)Lisa_Secret

 

L: Lisa Keeble Camp on Andalusian/Thoroughbred mare Secret riding her Functionality / Dressage test while Sarah Kress coaches from center ring. (credit: Panoramic Artistry)

 

 

 

 

Breeders – How to collect and store colostrum

Foal being bottle fedEstablishing your own “colostrum bank”

Colostrum or “first milk” is the thick, yellow secretion from the mammary gland that’s present immediately after birth. Produced in the mare’s udder during the last two to four weeks of gestation in response to hormonal changes, colostrum contains concentrated immunoglobulins (antibodies) from the mare’s serum. Colostrum, and its protective antibodies, are present in the mare’s milk for only the first day after foaling; these maternal antibodies are necessary to protect the foal against infectious diseases. The best-quality colostrum is produced in the first eight hours post-foaling. Ideally, the foal will receive at least two pints of mare’s milk within the first 12 hours of its life.

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Non – Profits – Deadline for USA Equestrian Trust Grants May 6th!

usaet-logoDon’t Miss Deadline To Apply For USA Equestrian Trust Grants

There is still time to submit proposals for the first round of USA Equestrian Trust grants in 2013. IRS-registered equine non-profit organizations are invited to apply by filling out the online grant application at http://www.trusthorses.org. The deadline is 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, May 6.

In 2012, the Trust awarded nearly $335,000 to more than a dozen organizations. Past recipients include those doing equine health research, land conservation and educational programs. The Trust welcomes applications for need-based projects and encourages applicants to detail those in their applications. All applicants must submit a proposed budget for their projects. If you have any questions about applying, please e-mail grants@trusthorses.org.

Funding available for grants includes $51,500 reserved for Hunter and Jumper non-profit programs and activities in California and Nevada. Applicants for this fund should make clear their intention to apply for grants available from this specific reserve.

The May 6 deadline marks the conclusion of the first of two grant periods in 2013, as USA Equestrian Trust’s board expanded the program last year. The second grant application period ends October 7.

A Spanish breeder’s response to recent stories about PRE horse slaughter

Straight from the horse’s mouth – one Spanish breeder’s views on the stories circulating…

 

 

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Spanish Horses to the Slaughter

Recent press articles have presented their perspective of PRE breeders Francisco Mesa in Almonte Spain, Alberto Martin of Chapineria near Madrid, and of the general situation for the PRE in the current financial crisis in Spain.

I have received numerous letters, and heard from many people wanting to help.

I hope they can find the way that works for them. I also would not wish for anyone to have an incomplete picture, or unrealistic expectations

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Imprinting foals – is there are benefit?

Aura as a FoalDoes Imprinting Make A Better Horse?

By Jeffrey Rolo for Alphahorse.com

“Imprinted from birth!” You are bound to hear those words often when looking over young horses at various farms. But do these words really mean much? The answer may surprise you… in most cases these words won’t mean much.

(For those of you who may be new to horses and/or unfamiliar with the term imprinting, when one imprints a horse one spends an hour or so as soon as possible after the birth of a foal touching sensitive areas such as the legs and ears, thereby desensitizing him for the future.)

The University of Washington conducted a study to see if there was a sizeable advantage for an imprinted horse versus a non-imprinted foal. Six foals were imprinted while six were not during a breeding season, and after weaning the foals the result of this study was that the imprinted stock did not behave any better or different than the non-imprinted stock. An imprinting advocate was invited to see for herself the results of this study, and was asked to point out which of two horses was imprinted. The advocate chose wrong.

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Will Faeber (Art2Ride) Clinic in Valley Center

Weekend Clinic in CA with Will Faeber of Art2Ride

Torre Piñon Farms (Valley Center, California) hosted a clinic April 20 with Classical Foundation trainer Will Faeber of Art2Ride (Rancho Santa Fe, California). Mr. Faeber studied extensively in Portugal with Nuno Oliveria and, in addition to being a Master Horseman, has a distinct understanding of the Iberian breeds. Focus for the clinic was helping riders to engage their horses deeply from behind and pushing the back up under the rider, where the horse can be truly balanced and accept the rider’s aids without tension or resistance. Faeber also demonstrated working horses in-hand to enhance lateral work.

For More information on Mr. Faeber and upcoming clinics, visit: Art2Ride 

 

Katie Murphy (riding half-Andalusian Prada del Rio)

working to soften and round horse’s back.

Clinic Katie Prada

 

Faeber working with P.R.E. mare Coqueta AK on lateral movement.

Coqueta & Will In Hand

2013 ANCCEMEX Results

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Photo: Lenin MOR – 2013 Champion Stallions 7 & Over and Champion Functionality

Courtesy of: Las Morerias

 

 

 

 

Section 1 – Yearling Fillies – Potras de 1 año

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov Total
1 103 | COMETA DE FUEGO
GANADERIA CASA DE FUEGO
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: RISUEÑA XLIII
80.000 21.000 101.000
2 107 | MONALISA MTB
CORTIJO MARIA TERESA
Padre: UTRERANO VII
Madre: CONFIADA XII
78.750 21.000 99.750
3 105 | SE COLEGIALA
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: ORDAGO VII
Madre: PACIFICA RAM
77.750 21.000 98.750
4 102 | SE CENTELLA
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: ORDAGO VII
Madre: CARIÑOSA CLXIX
78.500 19.500 98.000
4 104 | HONRRADORA CFG
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: HOLGAZANA XI
72.250 21.000 93.250
5 101 | PARIS CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: JONDO
Madre: HORTELANA XCVIII
71.000 22.500 M 93.500
7 106 | LP ROCIERA
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: BAILADORA SF
72.000 18.000 90.000
Section 2 – Yearling Colts – Potros de 1 año
No Ejemplar / Ganader   Morf Mov Total
1 204 | SE PITUFO II
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: ORDAGO VII
Madre: PITUFA RAM
80.000 24.000 M 104.000
2 205 | CHAMAN DE FUEGO
GANADERIA CASA DE FUEGO
Padre: SF MEXICANO
Madre: ALJOBAR
80.000 21.000 101.000
3 201 | SE PICONERO
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: ORDAGO VII
Madre: PICONERA RAM
78.750 21.000 99.750
4 203 | PEREGRINO CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: AGENTE M SUAY
Madre: PRISCILA
78.750 19.500 98.250
5 207 | LP CUMPLIDO
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: SIBONEY JIM
Madre: GALERA SF
72.750 22.500 98.250
6 206 | ULISES MTB
CORTIJO MARIA TERESA
Padre: UTRERANO VII
Madre: MIMOSA CLXXXIII
72.000 22.500 94.500
7 202 | CORZO DE FUEGO
GANADERIA CASA DE FUEGO
Padre: ARMAS TARUGO
Madre: GALA CXXIX
74.500 18.000 92.500

Section 3 – 2 year old Fillies – Potras de 2 años

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov Total
1 304 | ROMERIA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: LENIN MOR
Madre: CAPRICHOSA CXLIII
81.000 22.500 103.500
2 312 | JAMAIQUINA MTB
CORTIJO MARIA TERESA
Padre: JULEPE XII
Madre: ORIHUELA
78.000 24.000 102.000
3 308 | SE BRUMA
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: POSTINERA RAM
78.750 22.500 101.250
4 316 | SIR ALAKRANA
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: ZUECA MG
76.750 24.000 100.750
5 327 | PAMPERA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: HISPANICO IV
Madre: IKEA LGD
79.000 21.000 100.000
6 320 | SE BACILONA
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: LICENCIADA RAM
77.250 22.500 99.750
6 317 | AMAPOLA PAZ
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: BAILADORA SF
78.750 21.000 99.750
8 318 | DORLETA GON
RANCHO GS
Padre: IMPOSTOR CEN
Madre: ESTRELLA CLXIV
75.500 24.000 99.500
9 315 | GANZUA CFG
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: LAGARTERA XI
73.250 25.500 M 98.750
10 306 | LP LIMONERA
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: FEA III
77.500 21.000 98.500
11 310 | SE BAILONA
YEGUADA SAN RAFAEL
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: PASAJERA RAM
75.500 22.500 98.000
12 321 | FENICIA GS
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: ZETO
Madre: MALIBU MOR
75.250 22.500 97.750
13 302 | JAZ FLAMENCA
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: ARMAS TARUGO
Madre: PELUJA
75.750 21.000 96.750
13 323 | SF FANTASIOSA
GANADERIA CASA DE FUEGO
Padre: GENEROSO XXXIII
Madre: ADELITA SF
75.750 21.000 96.750
15 314 | JAZ FLOR
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: GENEROSO XXXIII
Madre: HUASTECA SF
73.500 22.500 96.000
16 303 | PARIS LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: DEVORA LGD
74.500 21.000 95.500
16 311 | ESCEPTICA DE APOSTOL
CORTIJO EL APOSTOL
Padre: BOLERO LXIV
Madre: AGRESIVA VI
73.000 22.500 95.500
18 301 | MAR DE GUATEMALA VG
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: INCAUTO CEN
Madre: MAR MAYNOU
75.250 19.500 94.750
19 307 | FUSILERA GS
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: ZETO
Madre: KASANDRA V
75.000 19.500 94.500
20 328 | KONQUISTADORA
GANADERIA MI ILUSION
Padre: UTRERANO VII
Madre: MIMOSA CLXXXIII
74.500 19.500 94.000
21 305 | SE BENGALA
YEGUADA SAN RAFAEL
Padre: GOLOSO RAM
Madre: ELEGIDA CXIV
74.250 19.500 93.750
22 325 | SE BARQUITA
YEGUADA SAN RAFAEL
Padre: GOLOSO RAM
Madre: ORLANDA RAM
73.500 19.500 93.000
23 313 | ANDALUZA SV
LA ESTELLA
Padre: PACORRO
Madre: REINA MORA
71.500 21.000 92.500
23 319 | SE BARBARA
YEGUADA SAN RAFAEL
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: REDONDA VIII
73.000 19.500 92.500
25 309 | LP GUANTERA
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: LLAUNA
72.250 18.000 90.250
- 322 | SF FRAGANCIA
YEGUADA EL CEDRO MC
Padre: GENEROSO XXXIII
Madre: MAÑANERA RAM
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- 326 | ODISEA CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: MARRAJO
Madre: JUBILOSA LXIV
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- 324 | VANIDOSA SA
GANADERIA SANTA AMALIA
Padre: HURACAN RC
Madre: TORERA XLVII
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Section 4 – 2 year old Colts – Potros de 2 años

No Ejemplar / Ganaderia   Morf Mov Total
1 412 | GESSEN CFG
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: ILUSTRE CFG
Madre: HOLGAZANA XI
74.250 27.000 M 101.250
2 407 | ORFEON CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: MARRAJO
Madre: JACARANDA-MAC
75.250 24.000 99.250
3 415 | JAZ TARUGO
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: ARMAS TARUGO
Madre: PITAYA SF
81.000 18.000 99.000
4 411 | HORTELANO CID II
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: QUIJOTE XV
Madre: HORTELANA XCVIII
74.500 24.000 98.500
5 404 | CORRALEJO SA
GANADERIA SANTA AMALIA
Padre: GENEROSO XXXIII
Madre: FADA V
75.500 22.500 98.000
6 409 | GUANTAZO CFG
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: ILUSTRE CFG
Madre: DESCARADA CXIX
72.500 25.500 98.000
7 408 | SECRETO DE TAL
CORTIJO LAS CASTAÑAS
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: LOREA DE TAL
74.250 22.500 96.750
8 403 | DARKY GON
RANCHO GS
Padre: IMPOSTOR CEN
Madre: CONKAL JIM
75.000 21.000 96.000
9 405 | LP JEREZANO
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: GALERA SF
73.250 22.500 95.750
10 401 | PRIMOROSO LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: ISIS LGD
73.250 21.000 94.250
11 413 | AQUILES PAZ
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: REMENDADO VII
Madre: INSPIRADA SF
75.000 18.000 93.000
12 402 | ARGALI ALTAI SV
LA STELLA
Padre: LEBRERO XXXV
Madre: LEANDRA II
72.000 21.000 93.000
13 410 | ESCLAVO DEL APOSTOL
CORTIJO EL APOSTOL
Padre: BOLERO LXIV
Madre: ALTIVA DEL APOSTOL
71.500 21.000 92.500
14 414 | SE BELICO
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: PEREGRINA RAM
72.250 18.000 90.250
15 406 | PIANELO RLB
RANCHO LA BENDICION
Padre: SF MEXICANO
Madre: CDF CAMILA
76.500 12.000 88.500
- 416 | ILUSTRE SA
RANCHO LAS PIEDRAS
Padre: EBANISTO VIII
Madre: BARCELONA N
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Section 5 – 3 year old Fillies – Potras de 3 años

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov Total
1 507 | QUE LOGICA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: GAUCHO MOR
Madre: LOGICA
79.000 25.500 M 104.500
2 511 | SIR VALKIRIA
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: ZUECA MG
79.000 24.000 103.000
3 502 | DAMA LOVERA
RANCHO LA PERA
Padre: NAVEGANTE XVIII
Madre: RAPAZA LP
79.000 22.500 101.500
4 509 | SE AMAPOLA
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: DESEADO LXXXVII
Madre: LUJOSA RAM
77.250 22.500 99.750
5 513 | ALTEÑA MTB
GANADERIA CASA DE FUEGO
Padre: IMPACIENTE II
Madre: KATRINA IX
77.250 21.000 98.250
6 506 | SF ENVIADA
HACIENDA LA COBRIZA
Padre: ARMAS TARUGO
Madre: DESPIERTA JAQ
75.500 22.500 98.000
7 503 | OLIMPICA LGD
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: HISPANICO IV
Madre: FINURA LGD
76.500 21.000 97.500
8 505 | MAJADERA SA
GANADERIA SANTA AMALIA
Padre: EBANISTO VIII
Madre: ESTRELLITA V
74.500 22.500 97.000
8 504 | ENEIDA GS
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: ZETO
Madre: MOLINERA XXXIX
76.000 21.000 97.000
9 512 | ORQUIDEA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: HISPANICO IV
Madre: ECO XIV
74.250 22.500 96.750
10 508 | NIEBLA CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: LL LLAMATIVO
Madre: VELADORA IV
74.500 21,000. 95.500
11 501 | SE ACEITUNA
YEGUADA SAN RAFAEL
Padre: FAMOSO RAM II
Madre: LOLA SF
76.000 16.500 92.500
12 510 | CARPINTERA XIX
GANADERIA MI ILUSION
Padre: CARPINTERO IX
Madre: ENCANTADORA XXX
72.500 19.500 92.000

Section 6 – 3 year old Colts – Potros de 3 años

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov Total
1 612 | QUE CAZADOR MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: GAUCHO MOR
Madre: CAZADORA XX
80.000 25.500 M 105.500
2 611 | ENCASTE MATER
RANCHO LA PERA
Padre: GITANO XXXII
Madre: NADADORA RAM
80.000 21.000 101.000
3 607 | RESCOLDO DE TORRE
HACIENDA LA COBRIZA
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: GACHI L
76.000 24.000 100.00
4 610 | INGENIOSO CID II
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: LIMEÑO XIV
Madre: INGENIOSA XLVIII
79.000 21.000 100.000
5 606 | SE ANUBIS
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: ISLAMICO II
Madre: NOVELERA RAM
77.000 22.500 99.500
6 604 | ORUJO LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: HISPANICO IV
Madre: FABULA LGD
76.500 22.500 99.000
6 605 | HISTORICO JAQ
CORTIJO LAS CASTAÑAS
Padre: REBUSCADO JAQ
Madre: BABIECA JAQ
76.500 22.500 99.000
8 601 | SE AIROSO
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: HISPANO LI
Madre: OPORTUNA RAM
76.000 22.500 98.500
9 603 | ETICO DE TAL II
CORTIJO LAS CASTAÑAS
Padre: LEBRENO II
Madre: ETICA JSB
72.500 24.000 96.500
10 608 | CICLON MTB
CORTIJO MARIA TERESA
Padre: UTRERANO VII
Madre: MECHUDA
75.500 19.500 95.000
11 609 | SF EMBRUJO
YEGUADA EL CEDRO MC
Padre: LEBRERO XXXV
Madre: MESINA III
73.500 21.000 94.500
12 613 | FRATELO CFG
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: ACIERTO CFG
Madre: HIGUERA LGD
73.750 19.500 93.250
13 602 | NEMESIS CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: JONDO
Madre: ERA IV
72.500 18.000 90.500

Section 7 – 4 year old Fillies – Yeguas de 4 años

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov Total
1 710 | MARISMEÑA DE LUNA
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: BANDOLERA CXXXIX
79.000 24.000 M 103.000
2 707 | LIBERADORA II
GANADERIA SANTA AMALIA
Padre: EFUSIVO VII
Madre: LEYENDA XX
80.000 22.000 102.000
3 702 | PERLA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: JABATO LXXX
Madre: HIMALAYA MOR
79.000 22.000 101.000
4 708 | PANAMA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: GAUCHO MOR
Madre: KATIA MOR
78.750 22.000 100.750
5 712 | GANADORA XCVI
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: LUMINOSO J F
Madre: CAMPANERA XCVI
78.000 21.000 99.000
6 704 | SIR DESCARADA
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: DESCARADA XXXI
75.750 23.000 98.750
7 705 | CANDELA LG
RANCHO LA PERA
Padre: NAVEGANTE XVIII
Madre: PIROPO XLI
75.500 23.000 98.500
8 703 | NALA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: VINATERA L
73.500 22.000 95.500
9 711 | JORRONA
HACIENDA LA COBRIZA
Padre: PELUSO VI
Madre: GORRONA XV
72.500 22.000 94.500
10 706 | MACARENA CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: TAMARINDO VII
Madre: JACARANDA-MAC
73.250 21.000 94.250
11 709 | DISTINGUIDA GS
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: ZETO
Madre: KASANDRA V
76.750 17.000 93.750
12 701 | PAMPLONICA DE LUNA
HACIENDA LA COBRIZA
Padre: NOVELERO XXXIX
Madre: HIRIS II
74.250 19.000 93.250
Section 8 – 4 year old Colts – Caballos de 4 años 
No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov C. Parcial Func Total
1 805 | PEKIN MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: RONDEÑO XI
Madre: JAMAICA MOR
79.000 24.000 M 77.250 23.500 F 100.750
2 806 | JACOBINO III
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: JUDIO VII
Madre: FANTASTICA LARIOS
77.750 23.000 75.563 23.250 98.813
3 801 | PICASSO MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: GAUCHO MOR
Madre: DESCARADA CXXXVII
74,750. 23.000 56,080 22.250 95.563
4 804 | NERON LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: URANIO X
Madre: FINURA LGD
73.500 21.000 70.875 20.500 91.375
5 803 | DESCARO MATER
RANCHO LA PERA
Padre: JUDIO VII
Madre: NADADORA RAM
73.750 20.000 70.313 20.500 90.813
6 802 | HORTELANO CID
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: JONDO
Madre: HORTELANA XCVIII
74,750. 21.000 56,078 18.250 90.063

 

Section 9 –  5 & 6 year old Mares – Yeguas de 5 y 6 años

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov Total
1 905 | OCEANIA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: LIDER VI
Madre: GARDENIA MOR
81.500 23.000 104.500
2 916 | COTILLA IV
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: CONQUISTADOR XIII
Madre: CONSENTIDA XV
77.500 24.000 M 101.500
3 906 | AROA XV
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: GAVILAN XXIX
Madre: TRIANA XVI
79.000 22.000 101.000
4 920 | CHAPARRONA III
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: ALDEANO XXIX
Madre: CHAPARRONA
78.750 22.000 100.750
5 910 | BURLONA LII
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: GAVILAN XXIX
Madre: REMADORA XI
77.500 22.000 99.500
6 911 | MIMOSA LGD
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: ALONDRA XXV
78.000 21.000 99.000
7 912 | BANDOLERA GS II
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: ZETO
Madre: EDUCADA LIX
76.750 22.000 98.750
7 902 | LIBIS LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: VENTISCA XIII
76.750 22.000 98.750
9 909 | MUÑECA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: DEVORA LGD
74.500 23.000 97.500
10 904 | NODRIZA IV
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: GUARDADAMAS I
Madre: FLORA IX
75.000 21.000 96.000
11 918 | MANZANERA LGD
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: OPERETA III
75.750 20.000 95.750
12 903 | PICONERA RAM
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: DISCRETO IX
Madre: GRACIOSA L
72.500 23.000 95.500
13 919 | INGENIOSA LXXXVI
HACIENDA LA COBRIZA
Padre: ZAHONERO V
Madre: GANADORA XXXVIII
72.500 22.000 94.500
14 907 | LEGITIMA CID II
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: URANIO VII
Madre: CONDADA
73.250 21.000 94.250
14 914 | MARIMBA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: BOLERO F
Madre: BARRACUDA
72.250 22.000 94.250
16 901 | PASAJERA RAM
YEGUADA EL CEDRO MC
Padre: DISCRETO IX
Madre: HALCONA II
72.750 20.000 92.750
17 915 | KIPULA FAR
YEGUADA CAPRICHO
Padre: NISCALO II
Madre: DALIA XXXIX
73.250 19.000 92.250
17 913 | FARAS VG
RANCHO GS
Padre: FER BULERIA
Madre: QUERIDA XV
71.250 21.000 92.250
19 917 | LUCERO CCIII
RANCHO LA BENDICION
Padre: RABANO
Madre: MALINCHE IV
72.250 15.000 87.250
- 908 | QUEMAITA RAM
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: AVENTAJADO II
Madre: PRIMOROSA XXVI
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Section 10-  5 & 6 year old Stallions – Caballos de 5 y 6 años

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Morf Mov C. Parcial Func Total
1 1010 | OLIMPO MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: MELCHOR
Madre: GALAXIA MOR
81.000 23.000 78.000 26.000 F 104.000
2 1003 | LLORON AL
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: YEGUERITO III
Madre: LLORONA IV
79.000 24.00 M 77.250 25.000 102.250
3 1011 | EGEO SALVATELLA
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: CORINTO X
Madre: JOYERA XI
78.000 23.000 75.750 25.500 101.250
4 1016 | ORGULLOSO MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: AMOROSO XLII
Madre: GIRASOL MOR
77.500 23.000 75.375 24.250 99.625
5 1009 | GENCIANO VI
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: MIRLITO XI
Madre: GENCIANA II
75.500 23.000 73.875 25.250 99.125
6 1002 | OFICIAL DE TORRE
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: REMACHE XIII
Madre: TESORO XI
76.750 22.000 74.063 25.000 99.063
7 1001 | NORUEGO MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: RONDEÑO XI
Madre: GALAXIA MOR
75.500 22.000 73.125 25.500 98.625
8 1012 | SF COÑAC
YEGUADA CAPRICHO
Padre: GENEROSO XXXIII
Madre: CASTAÑERA IV
73.750 23.000 72.563 25.000 97.563
9 1008 | DESDEMONO
CORTIJO EL APOSTOL
Padre: DESDEMONO-N
Madre: ESPLENDIDA CXXIII
77.000 22.000 74.250 21.250 95.500
10 1005 | CUBERO GS
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: ZETO
Madre: MOLINERA XXXIX
78.000 21.000 74.250 20.750 95.000
11 1006 | TAMARINDO XVI
GANADERIA CASA DE FUEGO
Padre: JULEPE XII
Madre: KAMELA
74.500 20.000 70.875 23.750 94.625
12 1007 | LL PASODOBLE
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: MORGAN III
Madre: LL-INVASORA II
73.500 22.000 71.625 22.000 93.625
13 1004 | ILUSIONADO RAM
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Padre: DISCRETO IX
Madre: HONRADA XI
70.750 23.000 70.313 . 70.313
14 1013 | LP CAMPERO
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Padre: QUEBRANTO L
Madre: LLAUNA
72.500 21.000 70.125 . 70.125
15 1014 | INVICTO XXIII
YEGUADA RANCHO ESCONDIDO
Padre: DISCRETO VIII
Madre: VICARIA IV
71.250 21.000 69.188 . 69.188
16 1015 | ALUXE GON
RANCHO GS
Padre: OLOTE
Madre: KARAJA
71.500 20.000 68.625 . 68.625
- 1017 | GUARDAMAR III
YEGUADA RANCHO ESCONDIDO
Padre: CARBONILLA II
Madre: ATENEA XXVIII
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Section 11-  7 and  older Mares – Yeguas de 7 o más años

No Ejemplar / Ganaderí   Morf Mov Total
1 1116 | VIKINGA MT
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: AMAPOLO VIII
Madre: OPORTUNA IX
81.000 23.000 104.000
2 1101 | CAMPECHANA XVII
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: CASIQUE QUIN
Madre: JALEOSA X
80.000 22.000 102.000
3 1115 | FARERA II
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: JUDIO VII
Madre: BELICA V
80.000 22.000 102.000
4 1109 | PELUJA
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: GENEROSO XXXIII
Madre: INTIMA VII
77.000 25.000 M 102.000
5 1102 | NIAGARA AZORES
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: IN ALBIS
Madre: JARCHA-AZORES
77.500 24.000 101.500
6 1111 | MERIDA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: JABATO LXXX
Madre: CAZADORA XX
77.000 24.000 101.000
7 1110 | TERCIA-JEM
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: LUJO II
Madre: MANILA IV
77.750 21.000 98.750
8 1114 | NOVELERA RAM
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: DESEADO LXXXVII
Madre: GIRALDA XVI
74.250 22.000 96.250
8 1113 | FAR JAMAICA
YEGUADA CAPRICHO
Padre: NISCALO II
Madre: MORRONGA
75.250 21.000 96.250
10 1117 | LAGARTERA XI
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: GUARDADAMAS I
Madre: FLORA IX
72.000 24.000 96.000
10 1108 | JALAPEÑA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
Padre: IN ALBIS
Madre: PICARA IV
73.000 23.000 96.000
12 1106 | PERLA NEGRA
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: LIBORIO
Madre: JAMAICANA III
75.750 20.000 95.750
13 1103 | FELICA SAL
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: BRINCADOR IX
Madre: CANARIA X
74.500 21.000 95.500
14 1104 | TESORERA XI
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: OSADO XIV
Madre: LIBERTADORA IV
74.250 20.000 94.250
14 1112 | MADRILEÑA DE TAL
YEGUADA EL CEDRO MC
Padre: LEBRENO II
Madre: ARGENTINA XXI
74.250 20.000 94.250
16 1107 | NEBULOSA RAM
YEGUADA EL CEDRO MC
Padre: HORTELANO XX
Madre: IMPETUOSA XV
72.250 21.000 93.250
16 1105 | TORERA XLVII
GANADERIA SANTA AMALIA
Padre: COMISARIO V
Madre: MEGAN
72.250 21.000 93.250

Section 12 –  7 and  older Stallions – Caballos de 7 o más años

No Ejemplar / Ganaderí   Morf Mov C. Parcial Func Total
1 1204 | LENIN MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: CORSARIO IV
Madre: PRESUMIDA CXXXVIII
78.750 23.000 76.313 26.500 102.813
2 1205 | KALIBU CEN
YEGUADA HERMANOS BRAMBILA
Padre: RONDEÑO IX
Madre: FLAMENCA XXXIX
79.000 25.000 M 78.000 24.750 102.750
3 1206 | INCAUTO CEN
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Padre: DELEGADO MAC
Madre: CABRILLA
79.000 22.000 75.750 26.500 F 102.250
4 1201 | BAILADOR XXXVIII
YEGUADA GONZALEZ SANCHEZ
Padre: EMBRUJO XVII
Madre: BAILAORA XXII
79.000 22.000 75.750 26.000 101.750
5 1210 | LIBANES MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Padre: REDONDO V
Madre: GALAXIA MOR
77.000 23.000 75.000 24.750 99.750
6 1208 | MONTES II
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Padre: ARMAS TARUGO
Madre: HAZA
77.500 21.000 73.875 25.750 99.625
7 1203 | HISPANO LI
RANCHO LA PAUSA
Padre: TORERO XI
Madre: GIRONINA VJ
74.500 23.000 73.125 25.500 98.625
8 1207 | ICARO LXIII
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: PERDIGON V
Madre: AFRODITA VII
76.750 21.000 73.313 22.750 96.063
9 1202 | AGENTE M SUAY
RANCHO EL CID CAMPEADOR
Padre: ARTISTA M. SUAY
Madre: ALTANERA M. SUAY
72.500 24.000 72.375 23.250 95.625
10 1209 | ESPAÑOL AG
YEGUADA SAN RAFAEL
Padre: CANTUDO
Madre: MARCHITA
73.500 20.000 70.125 23.500 93.625

Section 13 -Cobra of 3 mares – Cobra de 3 Yeguas

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Total
1 ITALIA MOR, GARDENIA MOR, LAVANDA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
108.000
2 COQUETONA VIII, GANADERA XIII, GANADORA XXXI
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
105.500
3 OJEROSA RAM, QUEMAITA RAM, QUITADORA RAM
YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
101.000
4 JALAPEÑA LGD, LIBIS LGD, MUÑECA LGD
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ
98.000

Section 13 -Cobra of 5 mares – Cobra de 5 Yeguas

No Ejemplar / Ganadería   Total
NP ITALIA MOR, GARDENIA MOR, LAVANDA MOR, OCEANIA MOR, PRADA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
113.000

 

Special Awards  –  Premios Especiales

Nombre / Ganaderia   Premio  

LAS MORERIAS
Mejor Ganadería Criadora  
YEGUADA DON LUIS GONZALEZ DIEZ Segunda Mejor Ganadería Criadora  

YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Mejor Ganadería Expositora  

YEGUADA SANTA ELENA
Segunda Mejor Ganadería Expositora  
QUE LOGICA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Campeón de Mejores Movimientos Joven  
KALIBU CEN
YEGUADA HERMANOS BRAMBILA
Campeón de Mejores Movimientos Adulto  
ROMERIA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Campeona Joven del Concurso  
QUE LOGICA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Sub-Campeona Joven del Concurso  
QUE CAZADOR MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Campeón Joven del Concurso  
ENCASTE MATER
RANCHO LA PERA
Sub-Campeón Joven del Concurso  
VIKINGA MT
YEGUADA EL JAZMIN
Campeona del Concurso  
OCEANIA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Sub-Campeona del Concurso  
OLIMPO MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Campeón del Concurso  
LLORON AL
YEGUADA LA PUNTA
Sub-Campeón del Concurso  
LENIN MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Campeón Absoluto de Funcionalidad  
INCAUTO CEN
YEGUADA VILLA GELY
Sub-Campeón Absoluto de Funcionalidad  
OCEANIA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Premio Barracuda (A la mejor Yegua nacida en México)  
OLIMPO MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Premio Las Morerias(Mejor Semental Nacido en México)  
QUE LOGICA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Premio Doña Gely (Campeón de Movimientos Jovenes)  
KALIBU CEN
YEGUADA HERMANOS BRAMBILA
Premio Santa Elena (Campeón Absoluto de Movimientos)  
QUE CAZADOR MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Premio PassionPre (Mejor Potro Nacido en México)  
QUE LOGICA MOR
LAS MORERIAS
Premio Yeguada Gonzalez Sanchez (Mejor Potra Nacida en México)  

Environmentally friendly barn options….

Barn Building 101: Environmental Options

Via: Classic Equine Equipment

HDPE stall frontIf you are trying to make your barn and barn operations more eco-friendly, here are two categories and some ideas of ways you can accomplish this:

Products in and around your barn

  • High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is available as an option with Classic Equine Equipment’s stall systems. HDPE primarily uses postconsumer plastic with a positive environmental impact to create long-lasting, no maintenance and weather resistant material.  HDPE is UV resistant, easy to maintain and does not require staining.  It is available in a variety of lengths and colors.
  • Lumber that has been certified by the Forest Steward Council (FSC) as sustainably-harvested is another option. By using FSC-certified wood to build you can help the long-term protection of forests.
  • Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on Earth, with reported growth rates of 39 inches in 24 hours.  Unlike other trees, individual bamboo stems emerge from the ground at their full diameter and grow to their full height in a single growing season of three to four months. Bamboo can be harvested as suitable for use in construction within about three to seven years.  Bamboo is great for flooring in the tack room, your office or in the club house. Continue reading

Michigan Moves Forward with Animal Abuser Registry

skinnyhorseUtahMichigan Bill would Establish Registry for Animal Abusers

By Pat Raia

Convicted animal abusers in Michigan would be required to register with a statewide database if legislation introduced into that state’s House of Representatives becomes law. Meanwhile some equine welfare advocates worry that the legislation does not specifically pertain to those convicted in horse cruelty cases.

Introduced on April 10 by State Rep. Harvey Santana and co-sponsored by Rep. Paul Muxlow, HB 4535 would require anyone 18 years of age or older convicted of animal cruelty to provide their names (including aliases), addresses, and a photograph to a statewide animal abuser database within five days following sentencing or within five days of release from jail. Individuals convicted of animal cruelty crimes elsewhere would be required to register within 21 days of establishing residence in Michigan. Convicted abusers would remain in the database for five years, and registrants would have to pay a $100 annual fee for database inclusion. Violators could face misdemeanor charges carrying potential penalties of up to one year imprisonment, fines up to $1,000, or both. Continue reading

Save your horse from sunburn!

1069914-bigthumbnailProtect Your Horse from Sunburn

By Editors of EQUUS magazine

As you slather on the sunscreen this summer, don’t forget that your horse can get sunburned, too, particularly if he haspink skin,which has less protective pigment (melanin). Here’s how to shield him from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation

Use protective “clothing.” Several companies make sun-blocking fly sheets, masks, hoods, wraps and other garments. If your horse has a blaze, snip or other white markings on his muzzle, look for a fly mask with a flap that extends down the nose.

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Summer Horse Camps in CA

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As vacation nears, California’s top riding camps prepare for this summer’s experience. Here are some of the best!

From Horsetrader staff – Horsetrader.com

Rawhide Ranch
Bonsall
(760) 758-0083
www.rawhideranch.com

Rawhide Ranch has been a Southern California camp tradition since 1963. Overnight one week or multi-week summer camp sessions are available, as well as a Winter Camp week. Week-long camps feature Western riding lessons, animal and horse science classes, animal care, vaulting lessons (gymnastics on horseback) and much more. The programs are great for beginners and are ACA and CHA accredited.

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Update on Valitar Court Proceedings

Valitar Closed,Valitar New Show,Valitar Del Mar,Valitar Andalusians$600,000 is recovered from Valitar, but staff, acts still out $240K

From the Newstrader – April 18th, 2013 – Newstrader

DEL MAR — Published reports earlier this month detailed bankruptcy details of the defunct Valitar show that closed in Del Mar last November, and although $600,000 has been recovered by a federal bankruptcy court, employees, acts and vendors are still heavily owed.

According to the North County Times Newspaper, the recovered $600,000 includes about $217,000 in net proceeds from an auction held in January of five large tents and other equipment used for the show. It also includes about $255,000 that producer and Rancho Santa Fe resident Mark Remley took after Valitar closed and has since returned, according to court documents.

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Books: Finding Common Ground

Carlos Tabernaberri
Australian horse trainer Carlos Tabernaberri has released a new eBook in which he teaches calm leadership and ability to look through the eyes of horses, rather than trying to “break” them.

Finding Common Ground
136 pages; RRP $19.99
Approx. 2 hours, video (20 clips)
140 full-color illustrations (82 step-by-step photos)
Fully interactive – highlight, search, notate, bookmark
Requires iBooks 3.0 or later (IOS 5.1 or later)
Available from iTunes.

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WEG in France looking for volunteers!

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WEG Looking for Volunteers!

With 500 days to go to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy, France, organisers are calling for volunteers to help at the event.

Norman is the mascot for WEG 2014. Forget William, this is Norman the Conqueror! His parents met in Lexington during the last edition of the World Equestrian Games. The fruit of this modern day love story is this cute little mascot! The charismatic captain of the Normandy team is preparing to trot out of his stable to mobilise all the event’s fans. Norman is playful and enthusiastic – and perhaps a little difficult to ‘rein in” – but he’s a lovable softie.

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Economic Crisis in Spain Impacts Horses

CHAPINERÍA JOURNAL

A New Buyer for Status-Symbol Horses in Spain: The Abattoir

By 

Carlos Lujan for the International Herald Tribune

Alberto Martín, a third-generation horse breeder, riding Farruco. Mr. Martín says he has sold 50 of his 70 mares to a slaughterhouse over the past two years.

CHAPINERÍA, Spain — Like his father and grandfather before him, Alberto Martín breeds horses, raising them on two farms, one of them here on the outskirts of Madrid. But even as a third-generation breeder, nothing in his experience had prepared him for times like these. Over the last two years, Mr. Martín says he has been forced to sell 50 of his 70 beloved mares for about $400 each. That is all the slaughterhouse would pay.

Some of the horses had cost him as much $24,000 when he bought them before 2008, the start of the financial crisis. But now, Mr. Martin said, ‘’it sadly makes more sense to sacrifice horses for close to zero money rather than continue to pay for their upkeep, knowing that nobody seems to want to buy horses anymore.’’

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Are you Under – Vaccinating?

horse-tetanus-vaccination2The Vaccine Challenge

by: Deb Eldredge DVM, Contributing Veterinary Editor for The HorseJournal.com

Until research shows otherwise, we’re stuck with vaccinating horses annually.

Horses must an endure annual rabies vaccination because we don’t know its duration of protection for equine.

Talk to any dog or cat owner and they competently discuss titers, three-year vaccines and the Rabies Challenge Fund (www.rabies challengefund.org) whose goal is to get rabies vaccines approved for five to seven years for companion animals. My sheep get the exact same rabies vaccine as my equines (horses and donkeys). For the sheep, the vaccine is considered effective for three years, but for horses it’s just one year.

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Reminder: Fiesta Charity Show Entries due today!

Fiesta of the Spanish Horse

Today is the deadline to get your Fiesta Charity Show entries in! This show offers “something for everyone” with a large array of classes from halter to dressage for both purebred and partbred classes. Be sure to check out the prize list for the special sweepstake classes where you can win PRIZE MONEY!

Invite your family and friends to attend the Saturday night Spectacular! Not only have some great new acts been added, but select horse show classes will be interspersed throughout the evening performance. There are limited tickets available for this event, so it is suggest you purchase your tickets ahead of time! You can purchase them online by clicking the banner above!

Not able to attend the show this year? Please consider showing your support for the Fiesta Charity Show by sponsoring classes and donating to help the fight against cancer! Hope to see you all there!

For more information on this event, visit: AndalusianWorld.com – Events – Fiesta Charity Show

Iberian Halter Training Series – Step 3 – Day One

534124_604926752870790_587799808_nHalter Training – Step 3

If you are just joining us, be sure to read and practice : Iberian Halter Training Recap, followed by: Iberian Halter Training Step Two before moving on to this step.

Day One

1)   Start off each session by reviewing everything your horse has learned so far. Start with the walking/stopping and progress from there through to circling/stopping and a little trotting on the line. This review should take no more than about 10 minutes at the start of your session.

2)   We are now ready to start teaching the horse to “stand up”

3)   Start at one end of the arena, facing your horse and plan to come up the middle of the arena lengthwise

4)   Start walking backwards, your horse should follow you. Make sure you have the lead in your left hand and hold the whip in your right so it is pointed up and is resting on your right shoulder

5)   For now, just practice walking backwards with your horse following you in a straight line

6)   If your horse drifts side to side, hold the whip out to whichever side he is drifting to straighten him out

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Magnetic Therapy for Horses – Does it work?

15488.a.detailMagnetic Therapy Is The Real Deal

Photo: Duratech Magnetic Blanket available at: Schneiders 

The PEMF unit trumped the static magnets, but it’s ultra expensive.

Sorting through the scientific studies on the clinical response to static magnetic therapy in various conditions is as much a quagmire now as it was when we first did this topic 11 years ago. A major problem with the human trials is that many authors don’t give enough technical details to make it possible to compare different studies.

Even if the disease being studied is the same, such as arthritis, but one study is negative and another positive—and they don’t include details such as the stage of arthritis, type of magnet, strength of magnetic field, distance from the skin and duration of exposure to the field—they can’t be compared. Human studies also tend to rely heavily on subjective results like patient questionnaires.

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ANCCEMEX Special Opportunity / ANNCEMEX Oportunidad Especial

ANCCEMEXshowANCCEMEX 2013

ANCCEMEX starts tomorrow! Are you attending? AndalusianWorld is planning on publishing ANCCMEX show results, but looking for a special correspondent to provide photos and behind the scenes information. Please contact AndaluisanWorld – by email contact@andaluisanworld.com or call 805-467-7325 for more information.

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ANCCEMEX comienza mañana! ¿Está usted asistiendo? AndalusianWorld está planeando publicar mostrar resultados ANCCMEX, pero en busca de un corresponsal especial para proporcionar fotos y escenas detrás de la información. Por favor, póngase en contacto con AndaluisanWorld – por correo electrónico contact@andaluisanworld.com o llame al 805-467-7325  para más información.

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Canero XVII (Revised PRE Stallion)


Canero XVII
Canero XVII

(Torero XI x Cañera)

Birthdate: June 1, 2002

Color: Bay

Height: 16 hands

Price: $30,000 possible negotiation to right home

Location: Santa Ysabel, California


 

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Special Offer for Feria Competitors / Oferta especial para los competidores Feria!

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Feria Del Caballo Espanol Advertising/Publicidad

As a special thank you to everyone who competed at Feria del Caballo Espanol, for a limited time, we are offering a free stallion or sales horse ad with any new banner ad! For advertising information or to purchase it online, visit: AndalusianWorld Advertising.

AndalusianWorld advertising reaches your target audience – people interested in the Andalusian/PRE horse. Why not advertise your ranch, stallion or horses you have for sale for reasonable prices and receive added benefits! We also offer photography, ad design and website design services. Have questions? Email sales@andalusianworld.com or call 805-467-7325. “Like” us on Facebook to receive the latest updates, photos and news!

***A limited number of Banner Ads are available on the live broadcast of the Feria show in September – contact us for details***

521621_605720839458048_1092301014_nComo un agradecimiento especial a todos los que compitieron en la Feria del Caballo Español, por un tiempo limitado, estamos ofreciendo un semental anuncio gratis o ventas caballo con cualquier nuevo anuncio de la bandera! Para más información o para comprar publicidad es en línea, visite: Publicidad AndalusianWorld.

AndalusianWorld publicidad llegue a su público objetivo – las personas interesadas en el caballo andaluz / PRE. ¿Por qué no anunciar su rancho, semental o caballos que tienen a la venta a precios razonables y recibir beneficios adicionales! También ofrecemos fotografía, diseño de anuncios y servicios de diseño web. ¿Tiene alguna pregunta? Correo electrónico  sales@andalusianworld.com o llame al 805-467-7325.

*** Un número limitado de anuncios de banner se encuentran disponibles en la transmisión en vivo del show Feria en septiembre – en contacto con nosotros para detalles ***

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Fiesta Entry Deadline April 18th / Fiesta Cierre de Inscripciones 18 de abril

Fiesta of the Spanish Horse 2013

The entry deadline for the Fiesta Charity Show is coming up on April 18th. There are several special classes that have been added where PRIZE MONEY is offered! Did you have fun showing at Feria Del Caballo Espanol? We encourage you to bring your best to Fiesta Charity Show & Spectacular.

Invite your family and friends to attend the Spectacular on Saturday night – tickets are limited, so it is recommended you purchase them early!

KidderCan’t attend the show? Please consider sponsoring a class or donating to help find a cure for cancer!

For more information, visit: AndalusianWorld Events – Fiesta

Be sure to visit us at the AndalusianWorld booth there for a chance to win this limited edition canvas by Kevin Kidder!

La fecha límite de inscripción para el Salón de la Caridad Fiesta se acerca el 18 de abril. Hay varias clases especiales que se han añadido en dinero del premio es ofrecido! ¿Tuvo actuación diversión en la Feria del Caballo Espanol? Le animamos a traer todo lo posible para mostrar caridad Fiesta & Spectacular.

Invite a su familia y amigos a asistir a la espectacular la noche del sábado – las entradas son limitadas, por lo que se recomienda comprarlos temprano!

No se puede asistir al espectáculo? Por favor, considere patrocinar una clase o donar para ayudar a encontrar una cura para el cáncer!

Para obtener más información, visite: AndalusianWorld Eventos – Fiesta

Asegúrese de visitarnos en el stand AndalusianWorld hay que entrar en un sorteo gratis – ganador recibirá este lienzo de edición limitada por Kevin Kidder!

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