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Description: Going For Baroque is a beautiful 94 acre farm owned by Peter Armes and Karen Millard located just south of Terrace, BC Canada. We are one of the first Horse farms in this country to breed a variety

Going For Baroque is a beautiful 94 acre farm owned by Peter Armes and Karen Millard located just south of Terrace, BC Canada. We are one of the first Horse farms in this country to breed a variety of Baroque horses(Andalusian,Lipizzan,and Friesian x)and proudly stand the Andalusian stallion Regalatto De Alcazar(S). Our Lipizzan stallion Favory Cremona has now been retired from the breeding shed.

The Andalusians have captivated the hearts of painters and sculptors for centuries. They typically stand between 15.2 and 16.2h and are built strong and elegant. The Andalusian's attributes of impulsion,athleticism,strength, and kind temperment are still fundamental charactistics of the breed. They compete in dressage,jumping,driving, are an excellent trail horse and they show well in both english and western. The Andalusians are also used for exhibition and parade. These are the proud bullfighting horses of Spain, but still noted more for their kind and gentle nature. The Andalusain are still sometimes referred to as the Iberian, and "Horse of Kings". In 1667 the Duke of Newcastle wrote of the Andalusian "It is the noblest horse in the world, the most beautiful that can be. He is of great spirit and of great courage and docile;hath the proudest trot and the best action in his trot, the loftiest gallop, and is the lovingest and gentlest horse, and fittest of all for a king in his day of triumph". These noble creatures are the foundation for many of todays modern breeds. All their offspring can be registered and some crosses have their own registries as well. The Andalusian x TB =Iberian warmblood, Andalusian x Percheron = Spanish Norman, Andalusian x Quarter horse =Azteca, Andalusian x Friesian= Warlander, Andalusian x Morgan = Iberian sporthorse, Andalusian x Paso = Gaited Baroque. and many more. We have a variety of broodmares including an exquisite Friesian cross mare. I strongly believe that a good horse is one everyone can enjoy and ride and we concentrate on temperment first. These mares are also lovely and all bring something special to the foals. We have 4 purebred Andalusian mares as well and are willing to sell inutero (fillies or geldings only) and offer a LFG.

The Lipizzan's are the smallest of the heavy horse family and are generally between 14.2 and 15.2h. There are six different lines of Lipizzan stallions and 18 lines of mares. The Lipizzan (or Lipizzaner) trace their history back to the early 1560's when the finest Arab blood was fused with the local Spanish horses during the Moorish occupation of Spain. Interest in the art of classical riding was revived during the Renaissance period when the spanish horse(Andalusian) was considered the most suitable mount because of his exceptional sturdiness, beauty, and intelligence.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our webpage. If you would like to visit our farm, or have any questions, please feel free to phone or drop us a line. Visitors are always welcome!






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