Are there any Falabella horses up for sale?

We only put our Falabella horses up for sale to future owners looking for a new companion for life. Come and pay us a visit on our friendly farm and get to know our lovely horses so you can make the right choice for you. DNA testing only confirms parentage and NOT Falabella Breed.

Who was the most famous Falabella horse in the 1930s?

The most important stallion in the 1930s was Napoleon I, who appears in the ancestry of many modern Falabellas. It was Julio who also began to promote the breed worldwide, and it soon gained an enthusiastic following, particularly in the USA. Falabella horses are often measured in inches, rather than traditional “hands”.

What makes a Falabella a good vendor?

The equine agility potential of these nimble animals is an asset for vendors who sell a Falabella. They may be small, but they have big characters and enjoy being involved in family life and activities. The origins of the Falabella are said to date back to the middle of the nineteenth century.

Do you DNA test Falabella miniature horses?

DNA testing only confirms parentage and NOT Falabella Breed. The Premier Register Of Falabella Miniature Horses – Horses must be DNA’d from both parents and bloodlines proven to be from Argentina only.

What breed is a Falabella miniature?

Over the course of many years, the Falabella family used a range of equine breeds, including the Argentine Criollo Horse, Appaloosa, and Pinto. They made sure to keep the best and smallest horses within every generation as they sought to create the Falabella Miniature that is beloved today.

How often should I Groom my Falabella miniature horse?

Every grooming session can serve to reinforce your bond with your horse, and it also gives you the chance to look for any problems with your horse’s hooves, teeth, skin, and coat before they escalate. It is a good idea to groom your Falabella Miniature horse at least weekly.