Ballencia RH

Published on July 13, 2014 by in Other


Ballencia RH was born 25 February 2014. She is out of States Premium Mijou, an overall “8″ Matcho/Argentan mare who scored two “9s” on rideability in her German under saddle test, has produced the approved stallion, Delacroix RH. International dressage horses have come from this mother line. The sire is our lovely, elite Grand Prix stallion, Bretone (Brentano II/Salut). The name “Ballencia” means strong and brave – fitting for a filly who decided to go for a gallop around the farm at just a few hours old! The name originates from the ancient Spanish city of Valencia, which purportedly smells strongly of citrus due to all of its orange groves – again, a fitting name for a chestnut filly born when the Florida oranges are in full bloom, to a mare who has never had a chestnut in a dozen foals! Ballencia has a beautiful head and neck, lovely, refined confirmation, three elegant gaits, and a super friendly disposition. We hope for great things in her future!

VIDEO – Foal free running


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