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Blue Fire Moon Farm breeds Purebred Spanish (Pura Raza
Española, PRE) and Spanish cross sporthorses in Driftwood,
Texas, about 30 miles southwest of downtown Austin in the
beautiful Texas Hill Country.
The farm's goal is to breed athletic horses with the potential to
excel in dressage and other sporthorse disciplines while
preserving the essential nature of the Pure Spanish horse.
The farm's foundation stock consists of six Pure Spanish
broodmares, two sport pony mares (Section A Welsh Pony), and
a half-Andalusian Oldenburg approved mare. The PRE stallion,
Odilon JIM, stands at stud on the farm.
All of the purebred Spanish breeding horses have have been
approved as breeding stock ("revised") by the Cria Caballar de
España or PRE Mundial, the U.S. based registry for purebred
Blue Fire Moon Farm horses are straight-moving, very forward,
and while most have much less "knee" than is typically seen in
the PRE, their movement is unmistakably Spanish.
News and Web Site Updates (Last update April 8, 2014)
|Dr. Cynthia Spanhel
|© 2008-2014 Blue Fire Moon Farm / Cynthia L Spanhel
Site Design: Yahoo! SiteBuilder & Cynthia L Spanhel
Odilon, Alice George, Images by Alice
Asphodel, Candace Craw-Goldman
Blue Fire Moon's Titanica wins Reserve National
Championship Half-Andalusian Mare, USDF Sporthorse
In-Hand, at the 2013 IALHA National Championship show,
scoring 75%+ as a yearling.
"In English" section of April 2014 Issue of Lone Start
Horse Report features Blue Fire Moon Farm. Click here to