Habichuela DM is a Grey PRE Ridden Andalusian Mare that is ridden and driven.
By Quixote XIII, Andalusian Horse Yeguada Dimoba branded with origins of Francisco Lazo, Yeguada Escalera and Yeguada Militar. Among his ascendants, Lebrijano III and Prometido II stand out.
Jaquetona XIV is a mare with origins completely different from those of Quijote.
With breeders of great prestige like Martinez Boloix, Jose María Conde Muñoz and Juan Manuel Urquijo y Novales.
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Habichuela, like the rest of the mares we have in our farm, is regularly assembled in order to keep it fit and know its functional capabilities.
Normally she is in the paddock with the rest of the mares, but several days a week she goes out to the field ridden or hooked.
More and more Spanish mares are used for riding and hooking, as well as for other equestrian disciplines.
Riding the purebred mares has many advantages, since they are noble animals, easy to tame and that both in the field and on the track have excellent behavior.
Unlike the Stallions, especially in the field, they are very quiet and allow you to enjoy very rewarding field trips.