... Because everyone needs A Little Magic
Everyone Needs a Little Magic.
When you see a Lusitano or Andalusian, you cannot forget thinking about this horse. He inspires your dreams. He is a magical, mystical being. The horse of kings.
Lusitano stallion Crescendo De Magico
Ido, Lusitano Stallion imported from Portugal shows off Spanish walk
Ido is a foundation Lusitano sire for Little Magic!
The high school movements of dressage come easy to Andalusian and Lusitano horses. His conformation and ability to engage and collect facilitates this. An often overlooked factor is the ability of this breed to keep his mind on business. This is often the common trait of successful Grand Prix horses. At A Little Magic, our breeding and training goals have been to adhere to the standards of Spain and Portugal. The centuries of good breeding choices must be followed to continue the tradition of excellence we are so fortunate to enjoy today. A Little Magic Farm is Importing, Raising, training and selling the fine Andalusian and Lusitano horses. High school dressage prospects for sale.
New filly born out of our Viega foundation mare Razia Interagro. Sire is E Movimento.
Aficiacado De Flandes - Grandsire of Crescendo De Magico.
yes it is all about the hair!
OUR 2012 Stallion Line up now includes 4 of the finest stallions in the USA!
Significant bloodlines are represented in both Lusitano and Andalusian in many exciting colors!
Each of our stallions offers the amazing aspects of the Iberian horse. Check out each stallions page for more details and find out what they have been up to!
Schooling with Baroque horses in Germany
Spring 2012 - Jen was able to travel to Germany to train with Anne Woelert and Joao Mimosa on wonderfully trained Lusitano schoolmasters and try her hand at side saddle as well. The training was first class and the horses light and amazing. We will be hosting Anne and Joao in the USA in the future! Please email Jen to to ask about these opportunities!
Our imported foundation mare, Razia Interagro was inspected and approved for breeding by the APSL, The association for pure bred Lusitanos in Portugal. She is shown here being inspected by Joao Duarte of Portugal. This process is called Revision and is an important step of maintaining the attributes of the breed that the founders envisioned. Spain has a similar process of inscription and then revision (which denotes that a horse has the appropriate qualities and qualifies them to be designated as breeding quality.
Andalusian and Lusitano horses are registered in the USA by the International Andalusian and Lusitano Horse Association (IALHA) as Andalusians. A (S) or (P) Spanish and Portuguese designation is noted on their certificate which denote bloodline. Horses can also be registered with parent countries such as Spain, Portugal or Brazil.