2017 Registered Andalusian

4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
19126 (S)
16.0 hh
Foal Date
April, 2017
United States
Ad Status

Andalusian Gelding for Sale in Santa Cruz, CA

Kronos 2017 Gray Andalusian Gelding Sire: PRE Andalusian stallion VMF Gianto de la Noche Dam: Olivia san Banista (sired by Soberbio XII) Registered IALHA: Reg. number 19126 (s) Who wouldn’t want to be greeted by this sweet face every day! Kronos is a fun and loving 6 year old gelding with a heart of gold. His gaits are smooth and easy to ride. His trot is comfortable making sitting the trot seem effortless. He tracks up well in the trot while maintaining a nice rhythm. Kronos can go in both English and Western tack, has experience doing bareback, and has occasionally been ridden in just a halter or bitless bridle. He is happy to be ridden in an arena or a field, and enjoys an easy trail ride every so often. Kronos loves to take in his surroundings and approaches new objects with curiosity. Although cautious in the beginning, he will gain confidence once he’s had the time to become familiar with new things. Kronos adores being groomed and spending time with people. He loves to greet everyone who walks by his stall and brings a lighthearted energy to the barn. Kronos is ready to run with a new herd and explore new places. (price may be negotiable under the right circumstances) *For more information please call or text*

About Santa Cruz, CA

Prior to the arrival of Spanish soldiers, missionaries and colonists in the late 18th century, Santa Cruz County was home to the Awaswas Natives. The misnomer Ohlone, while often used to describe the native people of the Santa Cruz area, is a generalized name for the many diverse groups that lived in the region stretching from San Francisco to the Monterey Bay. The diverse and numerous tribes of this region were also earlier referred to by the Spanish as Coastanoan. The term " Ohlone" has been used in place of " Costanoan" since the 1970s by some descendant groups and by most ethnographers, historians, and writers of popular literature. Awaswa was one of the eight Costanoan languages and made up a tribe of Native Americas living in Western Santa Cruz County, stretching slightly north of Davenport to Rio Del Mar.

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