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FAQ

Our FAQ page provides answers to some frequently asked questions regarding our business and services. Should you have further questions please contact us.

Q: If I am interested in purchasing a horse, where and how can I see them?
 

A: Currently we have only one horse on sale in the U.S. Photos are available on the site and we can provide you with videos upon request. You can also schedule an appointment and visit our facility. We have several horses on sale in Spain. To get a complete list, photos and information please contact us.

Q: What information do you provide about the horses on sale?
 

A: We provide a complete set of information including technical details about its purchase, origin, race and age, details about its skills, temperament and training and the awards won. We are also glad to answer any additional questions you might have.

Q: What about the prices of your horses?
 

A: The price for each horse on sale varies greatly depending on a series of factors, including breed, age, training, previously won awards and other details.

Q: If I am interested in starting a breeding program can you provide me with necessary information?
 

A: Yes. We offer consultation on various issues, including how to start your program, how and where from to buy mares and stallions and other technical details like the morphology of the Iberian breed.

Q: If I already have an Iberian breed and I am looking for a trainer, can you help me?
 

A: Yes. We offer traditional Spanish Training, including Doma Vaquera, Doma Clasica and Alta Escuela but also Competitive Dressage according to your needs.

Q: When should I start the training with my horse?
 

A: Normally you should begin with easy training lessons at about 5-8 months; when the horse is 2-3 years old you can start progressive schedule training and after 4 years intense program training can be performed. You must be careful what trainers you choose because an irresponsible training can injure your horse.

Q: What are the differences between Classical Dressage and Modern/Competitive Dressage?
 

A: Classical Dressage is the art of riding in harmony with your horse; it is the parent of Modern Dressage. In Competitive Dressage there are some movements that have been eliminated due to high difficulty.

Q: Which one is the best Dressage school in the world?
 
A: The best Dressage school in the world is the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.

Q: What are the most important movements in Competitive Dressage?
 

A: Some of the most important movements in Competitive Dressage at international level include: piaffe, passage, half-pass, extended trot, pirouette, and tempi changes.

Q: What are the most known Dressage organizations in the U.S.?
 

A: The most important dressage organizations in the U.S. are: The United States Dressage Federation (USDF), United State Equestrian Federation (USEF), USDF Group Member Organizations (GMOs), Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI).

If you have any other questions related to this field and you don't find the answers here, please don't hesitate to contact us!