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Mangalarga Marchador

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Mangalarga Marchador
origin:Brazil (from Portugal)
Temperament: WarmbloodSaddlePolo/Other sportsOlympic Games/Dressage/Show jumpingAgriculture/RanchHuntRodeos
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History [ edit ]

Of ancient Iberian bloodlines, the Marchador horse developed in Brazil during the 1800s after Royal horses were shipped to Brazil after Napolean invaded. The Royal Alter stallion Sublime, was crossed with Andulusian, Criollo, Barbs and most importantly the smooth Spanish Jennet, which is now extinct, to produce the modern Marchador horse. Historically, each farm produced a heritage and a bloodline that identified their horses. The horse’s name always includes the breeding farm as part of the name. Some of older farm names and bloodlines are listed below. Mangalarga was one of the first farms during which the horses gained popularity, hence the adoption of Mangalaraga Marchador. The breeding farms kept impeccable written records so the history of many present-day Marchadors can be traced back 20 generations or more. The breed continues to be developed and improved today with many more new farms and breeders in Brazil. Many new farms incorporate combinations of several bloodlines to produce their future champions.
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