CavalReal PRE Andalusian Horses

CavalReal PRE Andalusian Horses

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CavalReal PRE Andalusian Horses
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Nature`s answer to perfection - black is beautiful <3

Nature`s answer to perfection - black is beautiful <3

Horsespre: Jet black PRE dressage stallion Nr 466

Horsespre: Jet black PRE dressage stallion Nr 466

Precious....

Precious....

Wild horses sparring by Vedran Vidak Photography. (I think they mean Wild Horses Fist Bumping. - KD)

Wild horses sparring by Vedran Vidak Photography. (I think they mean Wild Horses Fist Bumping. - KD)

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Round Hoofed, short joined, fetlocks shag and long. Broad breast, full eye, small head and nostril wide High crest, short ears, straight legs and passing strong Thin mane, thick tail, broad buttocks, tender hide. Look, what a horse should have he did not lack Save a proud rider on so proud a back.

Round Hoofed, short joined, fetlocks shag and long. Broad breast, full eye, small head and nostril wide High crest, short ears, straight legs and passing strong Thin mane, thick tail, broad buttocks, tender hide. Look, what a horse should have he did not lack Save a proud rider on so proud a back.

Horse / Stallion Dances In Sepia Photograph - Carol Walker photo

Horse / Stallion Dances In Sepia Photograph - Carol Walker photo

Andalusian - Amazing Mane!

Andalusian - Amazing Mane!

Another Andalusian horse..this one would make a perfect unicorn!

Another Andalusian horse..this one would make a perfect unicorn!

The bloodlines of this PRE (Pure Spanish) stallion trace back to the military stud farm in Jerez de la Frontera founded on June 26, 1893. Tthe original bloodstock were chosen for their beauty, courage, intelligence, and natural ability to perform athletic movements. Today horses are no longer bred for military purpose but “The Military Stud of Jerez de la Frontera” is still the spearhead for quality Andalusian horses. Photo by Wojtek Kwiatkowski

The bloodlines of this PRE (Pure Spanish) stallion trace back to the military stud farm in Jerez de la Frontera founded on June 26, 1893. Tthe original bloodstock were chosen for their beauty, courage, intelligence, and natural ability to perform athletic movements. Today horses are no longer bred for military purpose but “The Military Stud of Jerez de la Frontera” is still the spearhead for quality Andalusian horses. Photo by Wojtek Kwiatkowski