Lusitano Stallion Maestro E
|Maestro E is a son of the Gran Prix stallion Triunfo, and out of ZiZi, the 1985 Supreme Champion mare of the National Fair in Santarem Portugal. He is 15.3 hands and grey with black leg markings and steel grey mane and tail. Maestro E has classic Lusitano conformation, and excellent disposition, and incredible athleticism. If you want an athletic horse with an unbeatable disposition then you need to breed your mare to Maestro.|
|He is exhibiting all of the talent of his sire and shows a wonderful attitude for work and is very much a people horse. His athleticism and temperament will without doubt create a superior offspring, from any breed he is crossed with.|
|Page last update: 01/24/2013|
The Andalusian and Lusitano are strongly built, yet extremely elegant and have the ability to excel at any sport. The typical Andalusian stands 15.2 to 16.2 hands and possesses a proud but docile temperament. Today Andalusians are still used to cross-breed and lend their superior bone, mental, and physical abilities to other breeds. Top cattle breeders claim that crossing the Quarter Horse and Andalusian makes the "best cow horses" and "increases the stamina of the Quarter Horse by at least 80%".
The Andalusian horse is one of the most ancient of horse breeds, and also one of the rarest. The Andalusian along with the Arabian and Barb strains, founded nearly all the other recognized breeds known to modern man. The Spanish and Portuguese horse was well known to the Romans as a superior war horse due to his strength and agility. The Andalusian is a most impressive sight, with his sculptured beauty, proud bearing and natural high action. It was the natural movement of the Andalusian that fostered the techniques of war that are known today as Classical Dressage.
|Maestro's 2009 breeding fee will be|
|$750.00||Non Andalusian Mares|
|All Breedings will be by Artificial Insemination only.|
Please call or write for a free video of this beautiful Andalusian Stallion. You are welcome to stop by the farm to see him. Visitors are welcome by appointment.
For more information on the Lusitano and the Andalusian Horse click on the link and read the wonderful article in the latest edition of Horses for life..