Pure Spanish Andalusian Mare
AZ Mirada Carmen
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Andalusian Mare for Sale in Colorado Springs, CO
AZ Mirada Carmen is a 2016 Grey, Pure Spanish mare. Sired by Arrow Julio, a homozygous black Andalusian stallion from champion Spanish bloodlines to include the Gitanillo Del Sol and Banbury lines. Her dam, AZ Mirada Maria is also out of champion bloodlines to include AZ Mirada Rosette (sport horse in-hand champion mare) and lines to The General (halter and performance multi-National Champion), Regalado II, and Leviton (#2 rated PRE Stallion) and Banbury Porsche. Affectionate, kind, intelligent, and eager to please, Carmen loves to learn. Showing great potential to excel in sport horse in-hand, dressage and halter. Carmen would also do well in western, western dressage or hunt seat. Carmen has been started under saddle but is still green. She stands quietly for mounting, walk, trot, and canter moving off of leg cues and is starting to learn connection. She loads easily alone or with other horses and has hauled to several new places, handling new experiences with ease. Not only could Carmen excel in the show ring, Carmen would also make a fantastic broodmare. You won’t be disappointed whichever way you wish to go with this horse.
About Colorado Springs, CO
The Ute, Arapaho and Cheyenne peoples were the first recorded inhabiting the area which would become Colorado Springs. Part of the territory included in the United States' 1803 Louisiana Purchase, the current city area was designated part of the 1854 Kansas Territory. In 1859, after the first local settlement was established, it became part of the Jefferson Territory on October 24 and of El Paso County on November 28. Colorado City at the Front Range confluence of Fountain and Camp creeks was "formally organized on August 13, 1859" during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. It served as the capital of the Colorado Territory from November 5, 1861, until August 14, 1862, when the capital was moved to Denver.