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Available to Reserve NOW! Future Foals for 2016!

HAWKE FUTURE FOALS “K* do Summerwind”

Photo Shoot! Gralha M.U.G. Tamara Gooch
Photo Shoot! Gralha M.U.G. Tamara Gooch

Grahla M.U.G. x Hawke do Summerwind

#1 To be born Oct 2016.   $10,000

A unique opportunity to have this foal born at your farm! Embryo implant into surrogate mare, so the mare can be shipped to foal at your farm if desired. Gralha can no longer carry a foal.

Exceptional foal expected from these pedigrees and genetics!  Athletic!   Fast!   Superior marcha batida gait! 50% chance of color, 50% chance for grey (from Hawke).

Surrogate Mare is ready to ship immediately – over 60 days pregnant.   The Future Foal, if the mare stays with us, would be ready to ship after weaning – May  2017.
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Elba Cruzalta x Hawke do Summerwind  RESERVED!  

#2 To be born Dec 2016. $6,500

Elba Cruzalta (Bella) with her foal, Tigre do Summerwind
Elba Cruzalta (Bella) with her foal, Tigre do Summerwind

This will be Bella’s last foal and therefore, your last chance to get her fabulous floating gait that gets passed on to her foals. One of the most beautiful Marchador pairings we could do.

We expect marcha picada, as that gait is so strong in Bella (Elba Cruzalta). 75% chance of grey, 25% chance for a color.   This Future Foal would be ready to ship after June or July 2017.
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Payment plans are offered – each contract and agreement is customized for your needs and desires. Tell us what you want to make your dream come true.   

Hawke do Summerwind, wonderful gait!
Hawke do Summerwind, wonderful gait!

About Hawke do Summerwind:

Hawke is the only son of Ximoio de Maripa using imported frozen semen. He continues to impress us and everyone who meets him with his temperament, beauty and show ring gaits. Dazzling! His dam Azenha de Maripa is from the same breeding farm in Brazil, breeding with genetics that are traced back more than 100 years. Pure Maripa!

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2017 Future Foals

Breeding for 2017 Future Foals is also an option, with our other mares with Hawke or other stallions using frozen semen.

 

The GAIT – Saddle and Stirrups ipad Magazine

Saddle and Stirrups – Issue 28

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You can also view other Saddle and Stirrups issues where the Marchador is featured!

Subscribe to this innovative ipad magazine today!  Filled with great information, photos and videos.  The Mangalarga Marchador will be featured often.

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The Dead Broke Rider

Saddle and Stirrups – Issue 25

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You can also view other Saddle and Stirrups issues where the Marchador is featured!

Subscribe to this innovative ipad magazine today!  Filled with great information, photos and videos.  The Mangalarga Marchador will be featured often.

You can order from itunes or by visiting their website

 

Hallelujah! Born March 29,2013

Hallelujah do Summerwind    

Elba Cruzalta(Bella) x La Paz Jivago  (click on their names to view their pages!)  It is a match made in heaven, hence the code name Hallelujah!.  And because of this video!

Nicknamed Halle, she is available for sale.  Please call or email us if you are interested!   We definitely want to sell to a breeder or to someone who is willing to produce some embryos for SW Future Foal.   Her genetics need to be continued!  

Halle is the first foal of the SW Future Foal @ LumberBridge NC facility!  If you are on the east coast, transportation is very affordable, and we always offer payment plans.  Asking $7,500 as a foal.

La Paz Jivago, 24k metallic dunskin, imported to the US
La Paz Jivago

Bella (Elba Cruzalta) is an imported mare of the highest quality who never takes a step that isn’t a smooth marcha picada!   La Paz Jivago represents his Favacho/Tabatinga bloodlines well with solid bone, conformation and athleticism.   Did we mention he’s a drop-dead gorgeous metallic dun stallion?

We believe there is no better way to create your next life partner than to raise it from birth. The bonding, training and fun are priceless!   We specialize in genetics and proven producers.   “When you plant potatoes, you get potatoes”.   Our Mangalarga Marchador foals are predictable and guaranteed!

 

You won’t go wrong with this foal!  We guarantee it!  Here’s our predictions of what the foal will be like at maturity:

  • Marcha picada or marcha de centro – very smooth
  • Big bodied and solid, A1 conformation, legs and feet, suitable for breeding or pleasure riding
  • Beautiful head with teacup muzzle, fine silky mane (not thick iberian), large eyes, MM ears
  • 15H
  • Born bay, but may grey.  (We thought Tigre would grey, but he hasn’t yet at 2 years old)
  • Pleasing personality, very smart, but fun with a high play drive

SW Update – NC gets 3 of the best MMs!

Before leaving for the MM clinic and Colorado, we said goodbyes to more Marchadors that we love.  North Carolina more than doubled its MM population from 2 to 5 with this one move.  (Both of the new owners already owned one Marchador mare.)  We have known since before birth, that these SW Future Foals would be going, but that doesn’t make it easier to see them off.

We made these videos to send them off to the new homes. (We sent a whole care package out with our foals and the video is just part of the information and “stuff” that come with each SW Future Foal.)   We had some trepidation because of the long trip, but also knowing that Ned Leigh would take great care.   We waited for the reports to come in from the new owners.  And they were THRILLED — just as we expected.  We are thrilled for them!

We rode Bella (Elba Cruzalta) and Bacara do Summerwind for a short ride last Wednesday. Bella was a bit concerned leaving Tigre but handled beautifully.  She is so smooth and well behaved.  I absolutely love that horse.”  Tigre is well accepted by all the mares and is quite the celebrity here.”  Jeff Bosley, SW Future Foal @ Lumber Bridge, NC

Fidalgo is doing so well. I can tell what a great training base you gave him. He moves away from pressure beautifully, and is generally very responsive.   Fidalgo now comes when he sees me, even though he is out with Aries (8month saddlebred colt) and the other day I had just left the pasture after dropping some hay, and was leaning on the gate watching the horses. Fidalgo left the hay, and Aries, and came over to the gate to say hello.” Lynn Boone, Jacksonville, NC