Mangalarga Marchador - The Mangalarga Marchador is the most popular and widely found horse in Brazil where they were developed in 1740 by Joao Francisco of Portugal. The first breeders association was formed in 1949 to set standards for the breed and maintain some control over the bloodlines. No other breeds have been crossed with the Mangalarga Marchador keeping them incredibly pure.
Mangalarga Marchador ~ Abracio do Lucero Sire: Ninja de Sao Joaquim Dam: Formosa do Crocoto 2003 Black Stallion is a prime example of why we chose the Marchador as our breed of choice. His agility and cowsense were apparent from the first time he saw a cow. Frozen Semen available!
In aspect, the Mangalarga Marchador differs from Mangalarga Paulista in which the first has got a more Baroque type, due to the pure Barb Iberian original breeds. Img: Adriano Rodrigues Mangalarga marchador - o cavalo brasileiro
The name Mangalarga comes from the Hacienda Mangalarga which acquired stock from Campo Alegre ( Gabriel Francisco' breeding farm) and awakened interest in the horse among local ranchers. The horses smooth, cadenced and rhythmic gait, the marcha, contributed to the second name the Mangalarga Marchador was created. The first association for the Mangalarga Marchador horse was founded in 1949 to set standards in confirmation, disposition, and gait. From these early beginnings, the Mangalarga…
Mangalarga Marchador the national horse of Brazil, got its name from the farm where the horses were first bred.
Caballo Chileno / Chilean horse. The breed is now used for working cattle and is used heavily in Chilean rodeo. They come in various colors such as bay, black, chestnut, gray and first level dilutes including palomino, buckskin, and smoky black. The Chilean Horse is not just the oldest stock horse breed in America, but is also is the only stock horse breed that has maintained a closed registry since its inception.