Timex is a beautiful, charismatic, and athletic yearling gelding with correct movement for dressage. Timex also shows talent for jumping/eventing. His sire is the pure Cardenas stallion, Bandolero SAC (Clasico MAC x Desiree MAC), and his mother is the Blue Fire Moon Farm mare, Apolonaria BFM. Timex is IALHA registered (pending) and eligible for registration with PRE Mundial (unbroken revised line).
Bandolero SAC has amassed an impressive show record, including 2009 IALHA National Champion Spanish Stallion (4-6 years old). At the 2010 Fiesta Florida horse show, Bandolero SAC was Overall Reserve Champion of Functionality, 1st Place - Stallions 5 & 6 Years Old, and 1st Place - Functionality 5 & 6 Years Old. Apolonaria BFM was shown as a young mare before a Spanish judge at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, and she was awarded the Gold Medal Movement Award and an overall score of 75%+.
Timex has a big, playful personality, and he loves people. Timex spent two months at Salado Creek Riding Club in Belton, TX 'studying' with USDF Silver Medalist, Deirdre Malburg (deirdredressage.com). He has all the ground manners expected of a yearling. Based on a string test done on his birthday in February 2014 (mid-knee to coronary band), Timex should mature about 16hh. This is quality young horse with a bright future as a performance horse.
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Photo Credits: First four photos, Sharon Sandle Photography 2014.
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Company / Facility:
Blue Fire Moon Farm -
Blue Fire Moon Farm is a breeder of Pure Spanish (Pura Raza EspaÃƒÂ±ola-PRE) and Spanish-cross horses located in Driftwood, Texas, about 30 miles southwest of downtown Austin in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Our goal is to breed athletic horses with the potential to excel in dressage and other sport horse disciplines while preserving the essential nature of the Pure Spanish horse.
We own or lease six Pure Spanish broodmares and two sport pony mares (Section A Welsh Pony). I also stand one Pure Spanish stallion, Odilon JIM (http://www.stallionsnow.com/stallion-ad-384783.htm).
All of my Spanish horses have been approved for breeding by the Cria Caballar de EspaÃƒÂ±a or PRE Mundial, the new U.S.-based registry for the PRE horse.
All of my horses are straight-moving, very forward, and while most have much less "knee" than is typically seen in the Spanish horse, their movement is unmistakably Spanish.
We also offer boarding to a limited number of retired horses.