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And create the Marchador of your dreams.

__________________________________________________________________________The Mangalarga Marchador is the ultimate Brazilian Saddle Horse, perfected in Brazil for over 200 years.  Based on Iberian breeds, they are beautiful to look at, wonderful to be with and comfortable to ride.  A perfect life partner, no matter what your age.  Expect to be impressed!

__________________________________________________________________________Future Foal offers unique opportunities to make your dreams come true!

  • Frozen Semen – from top stallions.  We specialize in unique genetics.
  • Frozen Embryos – A surrogate mare foals the Future Foal.
  • Future Foals –  Select, responsible breeding at its very best.   Reserve a pairing from our selection of  Marchador stallions and mares and we’ll produce a  Future Foal “do Summerwind” for you.
  • Shared Ownership or Investment – an investment in the Marchador breed and a chance to make history.

__________________________________________________________________________    Who are we?   Meet our breeders and investors!   Future Foal @ Summerwind Marchadors (AZ, CO),   Future Foal @ Lumber  Bridge  (now in Scottsdale AZ),    Future Foal @ Sedona (AZ),   Future Foal @ Corpus Christi, (TX) and Future Foal @ Gainesville (FL), and other Future Foal investors.

Future Foal  is  absolutely committed to establishing the Mangalarga Marchador breed in North America,  preserving and protecting the integrity of the breed through adherence to the same strict breeding inspection and approval process that the Brazilian Mangalarga Marchador Association (ABCCMM) uses.   We practice and promote natural horsemanship – in horse care, hoof care, herd management and our training.   

Future Foal “do Summerwind”  is a registered ABCCMM and USMMA Marchador breeder.  All of our foals are eligible for dual registration in both registries.

“This is, without a doubt, one of the most outstanding horse breeds in the world.”   

Bonnie L. Hendricks, International Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds, University of Oklahoma Press Permission for use granted to Lynn Kelley.

 

 


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