Tag Archives: Agro Maripa

Cavalgadas, the Way of the Marchador

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Published in Saddle and Stirrups iPad magazine, issue 18

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Picking a Stallions Saddle and Stirrups – issue 14

We made the cover!  Tips on picking a stallion for breeding your mare, with specific Marchador examples and photos!

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Gaia Diary! — Saddle and Stirrups Goes Weekly! ipad issue 10

Gaia’s Diary – a day by day journal of a young foal growing up.   By her owner, Adrienne C. Scheck.

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Baroque Horse Magazine Features GAIA!

Baroque Horse Magazine is a high-class, artsy magazine with tremendous distribution around the world.   So we are happy to have the Mangalarga Marchador highlighted again in 2013 with Gaia do Summerwind.

The Marchador now joins the other classic baroque breeds on its pages – Lusitanos, Friesians, Andalusians, Lippazans and more!   To read the Gaia do Summerwind article in its entirety, please click on the pdf file link named “bhm2013gaia”  below or click on each photo (better resolution)

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Hawke do Summerwind Arrives!

The long-awaited foal of Azenha de Maripa x Ximoio de Maripa showed up early Sunday night, February 17th.   This is Ximoio de Maripa’s first foal in the U.S., born using his imported frozen semen.   Both Azenha and Ximoio were bred by Agro Maripa, Brazil.

We could not be happier with him.  He’s friendly, confident and showing wonderful gait and temperament of the Mangalarga Marchador breed!   Born chocolate (milk and dark), we think he will shed to black, but may eventually be grey like his sire.

He was code named Hermes, but after he was born, we decided to select a different name.  When hawk feathers were found in his stall, we knew we had picked the right one!

Take a look for yourself!