Persiles YET

Persiles YET (Imported by Rancho Del Lago)

Qualified P.R.E. Black Stallion & Recommended Dressage Producer,Son of Qualified Faraon XXVIII, Champion of Spain; Breed Improvement stallion,2006 Andalusian (Pure Spanish) Stallion, ANCCE Approved. Persiles carries a chestnut gene and throws chestnut when crossed with mares that can throw chestnut as well as the other colors depending on the color genetics of the mare.  He has 26 foals in Spain and over 50 in the USA.

Stud Fees: Purebred Andalusian Mares: $2500   ●   Crosses: $1250

Discounts for multiple mares, prior RDL clients, owners of mares from RDL stallions

156 Martin Ranch Road, McDade, TX 78650
Walter Henslee: 979.292.5784   ●   Judy Henslee: 979.299.4785

[email protected]www.ranchodellago.net

See videos of Persiles and offspring on YouTube; visit www.persilesyet.com

Promo video of Persiles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAioSp6ZeGU&t=18s

Video link of foals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmxgAShQnAI

  • Only black stallion in the U.S. with 3 ANCCE stamps (Revised, Qualified, Reproductor Recommendado Apitud Morfologica (Recommended Producer of Dressage Morphology).
  • Established sire with 30 offspring in Spain; At Rancho del Lago: 17 foals 2017; 21 in 2018; 16 in 2019; a dozen more in 2020
  • Black, Chestnut, Bay and Gray offspring registered in Spanish Studbook
  • Bred by members of the Lovera family. His get represent more than half of YET show string
  • Sire’s pedigree includes, Qualified sire: Faraon XXVIII, SICAB Champ. Grandsire: Aguiles III, also grandsire of Norte Lovera
  • Dam’s pedigree includes, Jenson, Vasallo II, Bilbiano III, Mejicano XIV (SICAB Champion), 2 crosses to the famous Leviton, Agente, Maluso line
  • These legenary bloodlines are found in many Spanish Olympic level horses and SICAB Champions. Olympian Examples: Evento, Fuego, Gaucho III, Oleaje, Flamenco XX, Distinguido X, Invasor II. SICAB Champion Examples: Faraon XXVIII, Centella V, Rondeno IX, Utebo II, Fer Bago, Genil, Vasallo II, Valido, Gastador VIII, Ungido IV, Mejicano XIV
  • Sire of Regional Champion and 2 Reserve National Champions
  • 16 Hands, elegant neck, lofty gaits, which he consistently passes to his offspring