Bay PRE Stallion. 1.60m (15.3hh) 22.3mm (8.75") Bone. Graded (APTO) and Registered with the Jefatura de Cria Caballar
Malabar is the son of Spain's Supreme National Champion Orfebre.
Military and Bocado (Terry) lines. Graded (APTO), Registered with the Jefatura de Cria Caballar:
Malabar has a huge 'presence' combined with a gentle temperament.
Spain's Pura Raza Magazine (No 16) stated:
“. . . An excellent bay horse that originates from the most select genetic lines of the Yeguada Militar, through his ancestor, the famous Supreme Champion Orfebre . . .”
Malabar was National Champion veteran stallion BAPSH National Breed Show Championships 1999, 2000, 2001 & 2002
National Supreme male movement champion 2001
Reserve Champion Ridden Horse 2001 & 2002
2nd overall at the 1998 Royal Windsor Horse Show, Gucci International event (all breeds).
Winner of countless movement competitions and sire of Champions in UK and Spain; includes: Supreme Champion Partbred 1998, 2003, 2004, National Champion Purebred Foal 1999, Reserve Youngstock Champion 2000, Partbred Performance Champion 2000, 2004
Malabar competes successfully in dressage (both saddles), High School demonstrations in Spain and UK ridden, in-hand and on the long rein. He also drives in singles and pairs.
D. Luis Rivero Merry, President of the Driving Association of Spain had printed in Spain's national driving magazine:
“ . . Malabar and Kan VIII are the most
successful driven pair of PRE’s in the UK of
this (20th) century”
(Kan VIII, half brother to Malabar, is also a Yeguada Iberica stallion).
Malabar passes on his movement, presence and great work morale through his many successful and National Championship winning offspring.
By: Orfebre (Spanish Supreme Champion)
Out of: Australia
GENEALOGY/PEDIGREE click here for more information and family tree (opens in new window)
Probably the most photographed PRE in Spain, promoting the Spanish horse worldwide.
Featured on posters, Spanish calendars (ANCCE 2001 & 2003), bronzes, book covers and articles throughout the world. His photographs define the PRE in books depicting the horse breeds of the world.
Included in Juan Llamas's book 'This is the Spanish Horse'.