The breeds often referred to as "Spanish Horses" are those that were developed on the Iberian Peninsula, or in territories controlled by Spain, and have been historically perceived as part of the Spanish heritage throughout the world.
American Indian Horses
History shows direct connections between the Spanish horses of Europe and the American Indian Horse. The AIH Registry was established in 1961 for the purpose of collecting, recording and preserving the pedigrees of American Indian Horses. Articles and links of interest to Spanish Horse enthusiasts. . Articles
History of the Sorraia Horse, a South Iberian wild horse identified as a possible ancestor of the Andalusian and Lusitano. Presents the findings of the Iberian scientist and horse expert Dr. Ruy d’Andrade.
Jareta PRE Stud
Presents breeding program of bay and black Purebred Spanish Horses in the UK. Describes foal and youngster handling, and training preparation for work of dressage, jumping and general riding.
Wild Horses of Shackleford Banks
Explores the Spanish history of the Shackleford Banks horses, the oldest documented horse population in North America. Discusses identification of gene variants associated with Spanish horses. Presents research, and lists relevant books, articles and documents.
Yeguada de la Cartuja
Presents history of the Carthusian horse from the national stud of Spain. Offers details on breeding programs, visits and services.
Yeguada La Llana
Stud farm located in the north of Spain devoted to the breed of the pure Spanish horse. Includes history, news, herd profiles, videos, photos, and facility information. [Requires Flash. In English and Spanish]
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