JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA AND THE BEAUTIFUL ANDALUSIAN HORSE
The story of the Andalusian and Lusitano horse starts as far back as the Ancient Greeks and Romans when the horses of the Iberian Peninsula had been sought after as premier riding horses.
The beautiful Andalusian horse is used for many equestrian activities, including dressage, show jumping, pleasure riding, trekking, western pleasure, hunting and driving. Andalusians are well-built horses that serve a lot of purposes and are considered extremely popular by the breeders.
The Andalusian horse (Pura Raza) is a proverbial breed of riding horse known for its intelligence, sensitivity, and tractability. They are perfect for dressage, riding, and competing purposes. Besides, this whitish-gray horse was used as a warhorse in the history of Europe and other countries like Spain.
Elegance, power, strength, and beauty are words that describe the Andalusian horses.
Andalusian horses are still used today in bullfighting rings in Spain, yet they are versatile enough to round up cattle on a ranch or compete in dressage and jump competitions.