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Andalusian Stallion for Sale in Tyler, TX
His sire is Saltador ORO - 2001 16 H Cria approved PRE gray stallion by Indiano XVIII, Double National Champion of Spain and Double National Champion of Mexico. Saltador has 24 Championships and Movement titles in just over 2 years, including National Champion Spanish Stallion at 3. His dam is Mirame II multiple top 5 ribbons in halter. A first place under saddle in her very first timeout and top five in her futurity. Shes 16. 2 hands daughter of Multi National Champion Santiago . She has been revised and her carta is pending. Born on good friday his name is Sagrado which means Sacred or Holy. His movement is breath taking with a huge over stride, great lift and extention! He has it ALL size, great movement to die for . He also has some interesting dun factor markings. Im
... more»listing him at 16, 000 before weaning. With retained breedings. Futurity nominated!!!
About Tyler, TX
Legal recognition of Tyler was initiated by an act of the state legislature on April 11, 1846. Texas created Smith County and authorized a county seat. The first plat designated a 28-block town site centered by a main square, located within a 100-acre tract acquired by Smith County on February 6, 1847. The new town was named for President John Tyler, who advocated for annexation of Texas by the United States. A log building on the north side of the square functioned as courthouse and public meeting hall until it was displaced by a brick courthouse in 1852.