Stunning Dressage, W.E. Star
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Lusitano Stallion for Sale in Ramona, CA
LUA has SOLD! We have a look alike GELDING Available at the same Location. Details coming soon! ***** Beautiful and intelligent, this honest, willing, kind and gentle stallion is a joy to be around. This gorgeous virgin stallion has been professionally started correctly in the art of classical training. He is quite versatile as well as being light and responsive to the aids. He is schooling 3rd level movements, flying changes, piaffe, passage, and has beautiful laterals - shoulder in, haunches in, leg yields, half pass. In addition he is also schooling working equitation obstacles. He can be ridden out on trails or in the arena around mares, no problem. This boy is a well mannered gentleman and focus on his work. Quick to learn and never questions. Extremely gentle and easy to handle. Great around other horses, suitable for an amateur but talented enough for a pro. A credit to his breed in every way! He is from Interagro bloodlines. APSL Approved/Revised and IALHA registered. Video available
About Ramona, CA
Before it was permanently settled, the Ramona area was inhabited by Diegueño semi-nomadic people, who established temporary settlements there as they moved between coastal and inland grounds. Their presence is indicated by archeological evidence such as rock paintings, etchings, and grinding stones used to grind acorns into meal for bread. The first post office was called Nuevo. The town took the name Ramona in 1886, when a land speculation syndicate, headed by Milton Santee, "organized the Santa Maria Land & Water Company and acquired 3,200 acres (13 km 2) for a townsite in the Santa Maria Valley and named it Ramona". The next year the town reverted to Nuevo because there was another town, in Los Angeles County, called Ramona.