Zagua, 6 years, Sold

Name:                  Zagua
Breed:                  PRE
Gender:                Mare
Age:                    6 Years – 14.03.2008
Height:                 ca. 1,61 m
Colour:                 Bay
Price:                    Sold
Father:                 Judio III
Mothers-Father:     Flamenco XX

Super easy-going mare with a good basic training and good gaits!

Zagua was gently broken in by a rider of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez de la Frontera. She learned the lateral movements and working pirouettes in canter but due to lack of time and space in the boxes he didn’t finish her training. but put her with the other mares again in the fields. Now she still lives on the “Campo” and they take her some times every week to the stables, mainly for the sit-lessons of students, at the lunge (because she is so calm). She has also been hacking a bit and in all situations and in the handling she is really nice and honest.

But if you demand more from her under the saddle, she knows to shows her talent and potential.

All her assets are not surprising, as already her ancestors were (internationally) well known for their merits, so success seems to run in her blood.
Her father Judio III was the most successful horse of the Royal School, that was presented in the long reining. Due to numerous show performances all over the world, always representing the perfection of the work at the long reins, he became really famous.
Her mother’s father Flamenco XX made it up to the Olympic Games in Atlanta with the Spanish Dressage Equipe. Further he achieved several prices in national and international Grand-Prix competitions and became even the winner of the Spanish Championships.
Zagua’s mother is a sister of the well known dressage stallion Fogonero IX. He is the outcome of the mating of the same mother (Fogonera III) and Judio III. Fogonero IX is already years starting successfully in national and international competitions under Jose Maria Sanchez Cobos. They have achieved several prices in Grand-Prix tests and the Spanish Championships.
With her wonderful character, the potential and these ancesters, she really deserves the crown in her branding of the Real Escuela / the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art!

See here the pedigree!


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