Shoulda Been a Star!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion at Stud in Anza, CA
Awsome stallion with gentle diposition which he passes on. Unshown due to injury as a youngster, but should have been out there! If you are seeking a quality stud with a great diposition, great bloodlines and true Arabian type then this stallion should be considered! His babies have done well in the ring. Intensly line bred Skowronek. For more information feel free to contact us. Visitors always welcome. Fee includes 30 days board, LFG.
About Anza, CA
It is estimated that the Cahuilla aboriginal tribes inhabited an area including what is today the Anza Valley more than two thousand years ago and encountered Europeans only as late as 1774, when a Spanish expedition in search of an overland route from Sonora to Alta California made its way from Tubac, Sonora through the valley to Monterey, Alta California. Explorer Juan Bautista de Anza first passed through the valley on March 16, 1774, and again on December 27, 1775. De Anza originally named the valley "San Carlos"; it was renamed in his honor from Cahuilla Valley to Anza Valley on September 16, 1926. Up until about 1580 the area was in the proximity of a larger body of inland water known as Lake Cahuilla, but that inland lake larger than the current Salton Sea, which occupies a portion of its former location, evaporated, thus increasing the desert character of the Anza Valley. These climatic and cultural factors can be seen as having exercised a unique influence on the early European settlers of the Anza Valley.