✿ Yeguada de Duarte ✿ | Autumn
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Mᴇᴍʙᴇʀ ᴏғ ─ 𝑨𝒓𝒂𝒃𝒊𝒂𝒏 𝑯𝒐𝒓𝒔𝒆 𝑺𝒐𝒄𝒊𝒆𝒕𝒚 ─ 𝑨𝒖𝒔𝒕𝒓𝒊𝒂𝒏 𝑾𝒂𝒓𝒎𝒃𝒍𝒐𝒐𝒅 𝑪𝒊𝒓𝒄𝒍𝒆 ─ 𝑫𝒓𝒂𝒇𝒕 𝑩𝒓𝒆𝒆𝒅𝒔 𝑮𝒖𝒊𝒍𝒅 ─
অ 𝒪𝓊𝓇 ℋ𝒾𝓈𝓉𝑜𝓇𝓎
Founded as a breeding center, our facilities have seen the birth and training of dozens of horse breeds, from Knabstruppers to Oldenburgs, passing through the magnificent Andalusian horse.
Over the years and the changes of owners, the Yeguada has become one of the most important riding schools in Spain, forming future promises of the equestrian world on their sand.
Currently, internal breeding programs are in the background and only stallions for breeding are offered from time to time.
অ ℋ𝑒𝒶𝒹 𝒯𝑒𝒶𝓂
- Irene Duarte ─ Current co-owner (majority shareholder) of the yeguada and show jumping rider.
- Altaïr Al-Fayed ─ Co-owner and admin of the Finca Al-Kamara.
- Eva Duarte ─ Head of the veterinary team.
- Mario Morterero ─ SJ Trainer
- Malena Villacrés ─ SJ Trainer
- Diego Alejandro Arias ─ SJ Trainer
- Alfonso Casaus ─ Dressage Trainer
- Luciana Águila ─ Dressage Trainer
- Teresa Martí ─ Eventing Trainer
- Thomas Barker ─ Field Hunter Trials Trainer
- Jasper Bradley ─ Show Hunters Trainer
- Holly Baxter ─ Hunter Paces Trainer
- Haiden Stone ─ Puissance Trainer
- Gabriel Secada ─ Liberty & Halter Trainer
- Ramón Garrido ─ Flat Racing Trainer
- Lía de la Cruz ─ Flat & Harness Racing Trainer
- Óliver Chicote ─ Flat Racing Trainer
- Usaama el-Naqvi ─ Endurance Trainer
- Matthew Houghton ─ Western Disciplines specialist
অ 𝒪𝓊𝓇 𝑜𝒻𝒻𝒾𝒸𝒾𝒶𝓁 𝓇𝒾𝒹𝑒𝓇𝓈
In the stud we like to distinguish between fixed riders and temporary riders. The "temporary" are those riders who have come to our center to perfect their riding style or to continue their learning. They usually stay with us for six months and then leave ... but not all. There is always a student who, because of his great relationship with horses or his success ... stays with us. They are part of our team of fixed riders.
(Soon they will be registered in Equus).
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Teresa Duarte Irene Duarte Eva Duarte Hadia Al-Hashim Cayetano Martínez Nicolás Guerrero Zindra Robledo Celeste Pando Corina Coro Luís Borrego Mayine Heras Midas Boiso Triana Lambarri Macarena Escalona Bruno Duarte Alexandra Maksimova Keyra González Alanis Snowlake Sara Lucas Mirella Paredes Layali Basheera . . . . . . .
অ 𝒞𝒶𝓈𝓉𝒾𝓁𝓁𝑜 𝒹𝑒𝓁 𝒞𝑜𝓃𝒹𝑒 𝒹𝑒 ℛ𝑜𝒷𝓁𝑒𝒹𝑜
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Profile Update I
I have decided that the time has come to update the profile of our horses with new images, also taking advantage of the fact that we have a professional photographer on the payroll.
Notice: we have many horses in our facilities and this will be long ... but I think it will be worth the wait.
SAEC Taragon Grand Fantasy HCF Polka Dot Dream WM Lacan Gotta Spot It S DDEC Dakar Harlow's Chasing Life CHEC Bretagne Blue Blood de Duarte BHB Wanheda OBEC Tromsbas WHEC Smokey SVEC Rockin' Buck BHB North Snake PCRA Mercedes Heritage's Malak SF Luca WWRA John Henry MM Daydream Believer WO Cutter Jazz Crêve Coeur de Kerglenn HoS Clover Lexington's Catalhoyuk Callaway's Avec le Destin DPPR A Regal Soldier . Woodcrest's A Paint Named Slickback
Wanheda and North Snake are the only mares of the group (they were among the first to pose, along with two other stallions not presented, because we were going to create their profile soon).
The two girls are newcomers to our house and are still in the process of adaptation. One day I will talk about this process, but not today.
Duque returned to us with his soul broken. He is a sensitive horse. Maybe too much. We never really knew what happened in his life since he left us until he came back to us, and we will surely never know for sure. The little we know is that he had a home full of love, but love isn't really enough. We know he was sold and passed from hand to hand ... until he got back to us.
It took a long time to make him feel comfortable again. He took some professionals, good people, good companies ... but he did it.
He gained weight. His hair shone again and his mane became silky again. His gray tone disappeared until white appeared, announcing that the years have passed.
It is hard to read his story, but I'm glad he has returned to his old home, Duke looks really beautiful in that photo, he is a very handsome stallion
@Borja-Domecq thanks for your beautiful words!
MHS Ravel Wonderland's A Mirror to Places Ballindarragh Legolas S EA Alcatraz EWE Kaptain Obvious Kalon S Embrujo de Urquijo Master of Shadows de Duarte VAPH Gingerbred Man
Embrujo he looks so powerful!
Kaptain Obvios is gorgeous! I love shiny and smooth black horsess like him
So many pretty horses, I could never pick a favorite! It's fun to see an overview of all of them ^^
Ghalia des Gentianes
I'm a little overwhelmed because I want to do many things and I barely have time for anything ... in fact, I have been uploading this update for almost two days ... because we are still moving to the stud.
(That's what I talk about under Ghalia's photos).
Her breeder ( @Eloïse-Newport ) wrote a short description in the post sale and I could not resist her. She looked so adorable!
This pretty mare is curious and wants to learn. Her player character can sometimes interfere with her learning. But with your patience and your love we can do everything with her ! Ghalia is versatile you will be able to practice the discipline of your choice with training of course. Ghalia still has her little character but she is sociable with humans, rather submitted with other mares and friendly with dogs she loves them ! This young mare is a daily happiness
And she was right. Ghalia is a foal with a mare's body. She loves to browse. She arrived two hours before lunchtime, received some basic care (some water and a brush) and she was taken to a small paddock near the building for newcomers.
From there he was able to observe some workouts and exchanged some neighs with some of our residents. He also received many caresses (some of my riders stopped a few minutes to greet her) and a few goodies.
We still don't know in which discipline she will compete, but the truth is that she already has a few fans willing to fight each other to take her to the top.
As I said, the changes are still being made here. Most horses that needed to be moved have already done so, but some are still in process.
After much thought, for the moment, I have separated my two Arab lines (the Spanish and the Egyptian). I don't plan to continue with the Egyptian line, however, it is possible that they will remain here to breed, in the future, Hispano-Árabes.
I've also thought about moving my western horses. We are looking for ranches to buy in the United States to raise horses there focused on western disciplines ... and this is taking a long time.
@Irene-Duarte OMG thank you very much for this post ^^ She is really beautiful at your home I am very happy that you like her I'm sure you will not be disappointed with her ! I'm also sure she'll blossom in what she will do as discipline
Good road to you !
Claire von Hohenfeld
Nice to see your updated horse profile pics more horses to look at!
Ghalia is really beautiful. I love her rich bay coat!
In Spain we have a really crazy time. We go from a heat similar to that of summer to the cold with which winter is announced. We know that we are in autumn because the trees began to lose their leaves and the sun goes down before every new day.
Along with this fall not-fall, we too welcome Kilborn's Carrica and her son Kilborn's Crying Dutchmann, and Davinci des Aurades.
I can not agree more with you haha, last week we had a summer weather and yesterday the first snowflakes fell in the mountains near the stable The photos are magnificent, I like your new album style too much, I'm looking forward to seeing more photos and horses
AHHHHH! That chicks and baahs are lovely. New baes look they're having fun with the fallen leaves