First and foremost we are a God loving family, we have been very fortunate and are truly blessed in many ways. Thanks to our Lord Christ Jesus and the Grace of
We breed the beautiful P.R.E. - Pura Raza Espanola, the horse of Royalty. The Pure Spanish Andalusian horse is registered by the Cria Caballar of Spain and ANCCE the present managers of the Libro Genealogico, the only official stud book. We are proud members of (USPRE) United States P.R.E. Association.
We are small breeders in southern California located in Mira Loma, we breed a handful of quality foals per year
focusing on the true Spanish type. Our animals are bred to excel in the P.R.E. show ring, whether you compete at ANCCE or IALHA sanctioned shows. They're excellent Dressage, Western Pleasure and Alta
We breed for morphology, movement and functionality!
2012: Bred the only foals in America by
MENTOL (Champion of Spain 2010) Cruz Mentol, Cruz Menta and Cruz Menta II.
2013: Bred the first colts in America by DUQUE CXIII (Young Champion of Spain 2008) Cruz Duque and Cruz Educado.
2014: Bred the first fillies by the gorgeous DUQUE CXIII, Cruz Arena and Cruz Duquesa.
2015: Bred two colts by the imported Marin Garcia stallion OFICIAL MG III and a gorgeous filly by GENUINO SF.
2016: Bred two foals this year, a promising filly by Cruz Mentol & Cruz Menta and a colt by the Travieso B II & Agracia.
We are the official representative in North America of Yeguada Las Arenas and DUQUE CXIII (ANCCE Genetics Improver Breeding Stock, Young Champion of Spain 2008 & Grand Champion Stallion of Andalusia 2010).
"Representing Spanish Grand Champions in America - Representando Campeones de Espana en America"
All of our horses are registered with Spain through the Cria Caballar or ANCCE, with passports in hand and approved for breeding at 3
years of age. They are eligible to be registered with IALHA at buyers request. Please look at our page tabs for more information on breeding stallions, sale horse and our foals.
And please come back soon for updates, pictures and videos of the P.R.E. Andalusian horses at Hacienda de la Cruz.