The Andalusian Breed
One of the Oldest in Existence
The Andalusian horse was originally developed in Spain during the 1500th century according the breeding program of Philip II, King of Spain, who wanted his army riding safe and healthy horses. For a long period of time, Andalusian horses were considered luxury gifts amongs the European Royalty and Aristocrats, and from there comes their nickname 'Horse of Kings'. More...
Andalusian Horses are Easily Collected
PRE horses or Andalusian or Spanish horses
as they are often referred to, have a very
good temperament and special willingness to
perform. They are easily recognized by their
expressive movements, powerful experience
and extreme beauty. They are easily
collected even for the High School
exersices, but are also perfec for lesser
performances such as dressage, carriage,
working equitation, natural horsemanship,
and are very reliable on the country side
Famous Andalusians (PRE)
The British Army and the Spanish Police use PRE horses in their work and parades.
This breed is suitable for almost every
equestrian art you can imagine, even for
show jumping - although the latter is not
usually their strongest suite at the highest
levels of jumping competitios. Nevertheless,
they jump like any other horse.