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Andalusian Mare for Sale in Palmdale, CA
2019 PRE filly Galicia Moon is currently 15.2, she is going to be a big girl, her sire is 16.2 and moms 16.1+. She carries a chestnut gene which opens a world of color possibilities when bred to a stallion with a creme and/or chestnut gene. She is kind and steady and would make a great performance partner. See our website for additional photos and video MoonbrookFarm dot com The last 2 photos are Galicia's sire and dam. Galicia's Dam "Rustica AM" contains over 80% Guardiola blood. She is the granddaughter of Educado X. Only 7 horses in the world carry the title of REPRODUCTOR MEJORANTE, both of Rustica's grandfathers, Educado X and Barquito, carry the honor of that title. Galicia's sire "Nemo de Vida II" has 23 Gold Medals in Spain, Mexico, and USA including:
... more» * AMERICA'S CUP P.R.E. 2019 MEDALLA DE ORO SEC.12 * CAMPEON DEL CONCURSO * ANDALUSIAN WORLD CUP 2017 MEDALLA DE ORO SEC. 12 8 * CAMPEON MORFOLOGIA SEC. 12 8 * CAMPEON FUNC. SEC. 12 * CAMPEON MOVIMIENTOS SEC. 12 * CAMPEON DE MOVIMIENTOS * SUB CAMPEON DE LA RAZA * CAMPEONATO ANCCEMEX SAN MIGUEL ALLENDE 2016 * CAMPEON DEL CONCURSO * CAMPEON DE FUNCIONALIDAD * SUBCAMPEON DE MEJ MOV. * CAMPEON DE LA RAZA * MEDALLA DE ORO SEC. 10 * MEJOR FUNCIONALIDAD SEC. 10 * MEJORES MOVIMIENTOS SEC. 10 * MEJOR MORFOLOGIA SEC. 10 * SEGOVIA 2015 MEDALLA DE ORO SEC.8 * CAMPEON MORFOLOGIA SEC.8 * CAMPEON FUNCIONALIDAD SEC.8 * XAMONCAB 2013 CAMPEON MORFOLOGIA SEC.6 * CAMPEON MOVIMIENTOS SEC.6 * CAMPEON JOVEN MEJORES MOVIMIENTOS SUBCAMPEON JOVEN DEL CONCURSO
About Palmdale, CA
Populated by different cultures for an estimated 11,000 years, the Antelope Valley was a trade route for Native Americans traveling from Arizona and New Mexico to California's coast. "Palmenthal", the first European settlement within the limits of Palmdale, was established as a village on April 20, 1886, by westward Lutheran travelers from the American Midwest, mostly of German and Swiss descent. According to area folklore, the travelers had been told they would know they were close to the ocean when they saw palm trees. Never actually having seen palm trees before, they mistook the local Joshua trees for palms and so named their settlement after them. ( Palmenthal is German for Palm Valley.) According to David L.