Horses of Andalusia, Spain

Hacienda Buena Suerte

Andalusia is “horse country” in Spain, but it’s not just PRE horses. At Haciendo Buena Suerte we photographed PRE, Lusitano (a close first cousin of the PRE), and even a couple of American Quarter Horses. The first set of images below is of Elegante, a PRE stallion.

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Agillio is a Lusitano, the breed is closely related to the PRE, but originating in Portugal.


Chief is an American Quarter Horse stallion. A very appropriate name, I think. Of course, every horse who has been cleaned and groomed wants to roll in the dirt as soon as he’s let loose in the ring. Chief got his roll in very quickly before anyone realized what he was up to.

Twist and Flash

For a change of pace, two by two…

Tschula & Gloria

A Quarter Horse (Tschula) and a Lusitano (Gloria)

As always, thank you for joining me as I share my photographic adventures. There are more images from my trip to Spain, and still more from a recent trip to South Africa coming soon. If you haven’t already, please sign up at the top of the page to be notified when the next post is available. Cheryl

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. love all of them. i’ve always loved horses. i had my own til about16. daddy always had one around too.
    thanks for posting

    1. Sounds like an ideal childhood! Horses have always been special to me as well. Happy New Year!

  2. I love these horses! Your photography bring out their spirits and personalities. Thank you.

    1. Thank you, Sandy! I appreciate you comments. Happy New Year!

  3. Amazing shots and clarity,Cheryl, Happy New Year to you and Carl, all the best in 2022.

    1. Thanks so much, Sylvia! Happy New Year to the two of you as well. Certainly hope it will be an improvement over the last two. 🙂

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