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Breed: Mangalarga Marchador Mare
Registered Name: Jardineira da Boa Fe (aka - Jardi)
Registry: US Mangalarga Marchador Association
Registration #: 00000021
Registry: ABCCMM - The Brazilian Registry
Registration #: 131347-2
DOB: December 26th, 1998
Color: bay Markings: white star,
two white socks on RF and RR
Sire: Camafeu da Boa Fe (bay)
Dam: Mangamar Hortencia (grey)
Gait: marcha batida
Marchadors InMotion mare, Jardineira da Boa Fe, is one of the finest bred; most proven mares in North America with 7 ELITE book stallions in her pedigree. Jardi has proven her ability to produce, adding five exceptional Mangalarga Marchador horses to the USMMA, making her one of the most valuable mares in North America.
Jardi has an extremely fast and smooth batida gait, choosing to gait while other horses canter. She is an athletic mare with the ability to trot and clear small fences exactly as a non-gaited horse would do. Conversely, when the rider asks her to engage in gait, she quickly moves onward and flattens out into the most comfortable batida gait. Jardineira is the spot-on representation of a true batida gaited mare.
In addition, Jardineira is a kind, willing horse. She is a wonderful mother to her babies, even allowing other foals to eat her own food. She transfers this kind nature to humans, packing the most inexperienced rider through all sorts of trails. She is a courageous mare, usually the lead horse on the trail, yet she obligingly follows direction when asked to stay back. Not only is Jardi an excellent representation of a batida gaited mare, she is a superlative of the all-around Mangalarga Marchador mare.
The following is a listing of the ELITE book stallions in her parental pedigree:
ELITE Book Stallions:
1) Laio da Maripa
2) Abaiba Gim
3) Providencia Regente
4) Rima Apogeu
5) Furacao Bela Cruz
6) Abaiba Apogeu
7) Abaiba Marengo
Company / Facility:
Marchadors Inmotion -
We breed, raise, and train Mangalarga Marchadors, the National Horse of Brazil. They are of Iberian descent with only 250 in the States. For more information, please visit us at MarchadorsInMotion.co.