Horses For Sale
Caballos del Corazon usually has a few Andalusian and Half-Andalusian horses available for sale each year, ranging in age from in-utero purchases of yet-to-be-born foals to older horses of riding age. Please contact us for more information on any of the following horses, or others we may know of.
Caballos del Corazón por lo general tiene algunas andaluzas y media andaluza caballos disponibles para la venta de cada año, con edades que oscilaban entre en el útero de las compras aún-a-ser-potros nacidos a caballo de los caballos mayores de edad. Póngase en contacto con nosotros para obtener más información sobre cualquiera de los siguientes caballos, o de otros que saben de.
(Hilandero X x Caprichosa)
2008 Purebred Mare
Ansia's sire, Hilandero X, has international championship titles in three countries: morphology in his native Spain; dressage in the Dominican Republic, and 2008 National Champion Senior Stallion and best movement in Canada.
Her dam, Caprichosa (Mex) is a very traditional baroque horse who was imported as a young mare. She has incredible floating movement with drive-from-behind action and superb extension at the trot.
CDC Ansia is the perfect combination of her parents. She is grey and is expected to mature around 15 hands.
Sold to Pat Walters of Veneta, Oregon!
(Armani LFA x Shannon's Gold Remedy)
Born May 2012
Registration with the IALHA pending
We’ve been so impressed with this combination as we’ve watched CDC Don Quixote de La Mancha grow up, that we decided to try again. And, boy, are we glad we did! Besita (“Little Kiss”) has been a heart-stealer from the moment she was born. Quite a bit taller than her full brother as a weanling, she has the same brilliant bay color and incredibly balanced conformation. She is athletic and personable and remarkably easy to teach. As a half-Andalusian / half-Quarter Horse, Besita is eligible for registration as an Azteca, the national horse of Mexico.
On her dam's side, she carries incredible working cowhorse / reining lines from the AQHA world, with Nic Remedy and Reminic as sire and grandsire, respectively.
SOLD - to Marietta Roby
(Armani LFA x CDC Ansia)
2011 Purebred Andalusian Filly
Born May 19, 2011 to a lovely grey purebred Andalusian mare by Armani LFA (National and International Champion homozygous black PRE Andalusian triple registered with IALHA, PRE Mundial, and ANCCE). Luna has four white socks and a star. Ill DNA color test her in a month or so, but at the moment she looks like she might stay a lovely red bay. Lunas maternal grandsire, Hilandero X, was imported from Spain and is the 2009 Canadian National Champion Senior Stallion. Her sire, Armani LFA has championship titles in halter, western pleasure, dressage suitability, and hunt seat and has just started his formal dressage training.
SOLD: to Terri McIntyre Wall, Barrington, Illinois!
(Romerito II x Odalisca GF)
2007 Dark Bay Pure Spanish Gelding
CDC Abrazo (Romerito II x Odalisca GF) has incredible movement and a very sweet personality.
His sire is the award winning Romerito II, a 17 hand dark bay PRE stallion making quite a name for himself on the Open Dressage Circuit. His dam is Odalisca GF, one of the most exciting mares in the Pacific Northwest, holder of National Top Five titles in English Show Hack, Western Pleasure and Halter and the 2005 Reserve National Champion Spanish Senior Mare. Named 2005 Pacific Rim High Point Series Purebred Andalusian Horse of the Year, Odalisca has earned numerous Show Championship titles in English, Western, and Halter divisions.
Romerito was imported from Germany at a young age. His sire, Jabonero VI, was bred by Yeguada Nobleza del Guadiana who is also the breeder of the famous Indiano XVIII ("The Lion of Spain") owned by the Indiano Syndicate in California.
Romerito's unusual height of 17 hands enables him to perform breathtaking extensions, his classical conformation guarantees light collection. Romerito is highly intelligent, gentle and people oriented, exactly how an Andalusian should be. With his rare color, bone size and height, Romerito's athleticism is the dream of Classical Dressage enthusiasts and serious PRE Andalusian breeders.
Odalisca GF is an own-daughter of Indiano XVIII, Champion of Champions and Best Movement Champion in Spain and Mexico. A grand-daughter of Genil on her mother’s side, she is the crown jewel of the Caballos del Corazon herd.
CDC Don Quixote de la Mancha
(Armani LFA x Shannon's Gold Remedy)
Born May 2009
Registration with the IALHA pending
Don Quixote’s magical facial markings might draw your eye first, but when you look more closely, you'll see plenty to keep you captivated! This Half-Andalusian colt is by Armani LFA, the sizzling black Pure Spanish Andalusian Stallion whose show records stand testament to his royal lineage. He is athletic and personable and remarkably easy to teach. As a half-Andalusian / half-Quarter Horse, he is eligible for registration as an Azteca, the national horse of Mexico.
On his dam's side, he carries incredible working cowhorse / reining lines from the AQHA world, with Nic Remedy and Reminic as sire and grandsire, respectively.
SOLD: to Victor Melendrez, Eugene, Oregon!
Caprichosa joined the Caballos del Corazon family in 2007. A classic old-style Andalusian, she represents the perfect combination of Spanish and Portuguese bloodlines. CDC Ansia, Caprichosa's 2008 foal (by Spanish Champion Hilandero X), is being retained for our breeding program. She is in good health but is showing her age, and I am looking for someone who would like to make her last years as comfortable as possible while raising another foal or two.
SOLD: to Miguel Santana of Rancho El Mojo in Washington!
(Cielo x Snowden’s Bay Lady)
Born in 1998, Anteri is a lovely rose-grey Azteca mare who absolutely adores people. Athletic and kind, she is as at home in the mountains of Montana as she is in the show ring. Anteri qualified for Nationals, Half-Andalusian Junior Mare in 2001, and in 2004 became the constant companion of IALHA youth rider (and professional equine photgrapher) Alexandra Crippen.
SOLD: to Alex Crippen of Creswell, Oregon!
(Odalisca GF x Romerito II)
Born in 2006, Bay colt with presence to spare; this one's going to be huge! Bombero was the first-born colt from the Odalisca GF x Romerito II crossing. His movement, size, and willing attitude quickly convinced us that we were on the right track with this particular cross.
SOLD: to Pedro and Cindy Munoz Sanchez of Rancho Tres Potrillos, Molalla, Oregon!
Half-Andalusian born April, 2008 (Armani LFA x Jackie (AQHA)
Sporting his sire's signature star, Ardiente's eye-catching presence and correct conformation make him a favorite with all who see him. Ardiente is a black bay, registered as a half-Andalusian with the IALHA.
SOLD: to Sarah Kress of EsKay Equestrian, Eugene, Oregon!
Hijo del Corazón
(Agente II x Snowden’s Bay Lady)
Absolutely HUGE dressage or eventing prospect, over 16 hands as a two year old! Hijo is the epitome of a gentle giant. Born in 1999, Hijo is a golden bay with great prospects as an English horse. He is a natural jumper with great bone, and he awaits a family interested in competing on the open circuit.