Mandarina XII is a ridden andalusian mare with bay coat, with which until 2019 we had 9 offspring.
His father was Nevado XXXVI, an stallion of Yeguada Dimoba with origins of Francisco Lazo, Yeguada Escalera, Yeguada Militar and Ignacio Bravo.
Mandarina’s mother is Briosa XX, a bay mare with excellent origins of horses and mares from Yeguada Militar, with highly contrasted horses such as Remache and Agente.
All sources can be seen in the ANCCE Studbook
This mare was exceptionally covered with the Habanero XLI stallion and subsequently with two stallions, Chiquillo II of Yeguada Escalera and with Tenaz, Qualified PRE Stallion.
We currently have Mandarina and Tenaz colts of the years 2017, 2018 and 2019:
2017 – Quini: Grey Spanish Colt
2018 – Rector Dimoba: Grey Andalusian Filly
2019 – Sultan: Grey Andalusian Colt
2020 – Timon: Grey PRE weaning foal
Good part of our breeding mares are of bay coat color and of Escalera origins.
The choice of this line of Spanish horses is based on the search for the balance between functionality, beauty and nobility, crossing these lines with stallions like Tenaz.
The result can be seen in the foals and colts that we are breeding, with excellent morphology, very oriented to equestrian sport for its functionality and a character that allows them to work with them without difficulties.
Find updated Photos and Videos of all our Andalusian Horses in our web and social networks to learn about the evolution of our horses and their training.
In Yeguada Dimoba we breed Purebred foals and fillies in different ages, some of them already ridden and others starting to work in Dressage to adapt to all our clients so that they find the right horse for them.
Some specimens are sons of Mandarina XII, they are beautiful and functional foals. All of them are registered in the ANCCE studbook and the pedigree lines can be found there.