Three Creeks Breeding News:
It's a girl! Introducing the 2011 Novelisto
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foal -- CHARLOTTE, a big, beautiful, sweet filly that was born in June.
has been bred to Novelisto for a 2012 foal. That is going to be one spectacular PRE (Pure Spanish) Andalusian Sporthorse.
Leonardo, the 2010 TB/Pure Spanish Andalusian colt out of Lilly
and Novelisto has been sold to Christina Poulton, the Assistant Trainer at Farm Hill/
High Hopes Dressage
. Leo (as he is known to his friends) will be competing in Sport Horse In-Hand and then in Dressage. Congratulations to Christina!
is still available for late 2011 breedings
and for early 2012 bookings. Ask us about our 2012 early booking discounts.
** Please check back frequently, as we will be updating this website and our Facebook page often.
Welcome to Three Creeks Horse Farm, home of the Andalusian Sporthorse (Purebred Andalusian Cross) and the Purebred Spanish Horse.
I breed P.R.E. Sporthorses because I want to bring the grace, agility and temperament of the Pure Spanish Horse to other breeds. With the Andalusian cross, you get the ‘whole package’, you get a horse with size, power, beauty and natural ability.
Novelisto D, the P.R.E. (Pure Spanish) stallion who stands at stud at Three Creeks Farm, produces foals with incredible movement, conformation, and athleticism. Novelisto D’s offspring are also highly trainable with great temperaments.
The Andalusian Sporthorse is the ultimate riding horse, and the ultimate champion. It’s a horse that can win in the dressage ring just as easily as it can win against hunter/jumpers or eventers.
Riding a PRE Sporthorse is pure magic...
It’s the best!
“The Andalusian/TB pairing seems to produce youngsters which are the ‘entire package’. My latest cross had the exceptional movement for dressage, amazing jumping ability, and a fabulous temperament. I will continue to breed my Thoroughbred mares to Novelisto as he produces these gems with astounding consistency”
Gayle Ketchem, Stony Run Farm
“I chose Novelisto D because of his size, movement, and disposition. I was looking to breed a foal that was refined, yet with enough bone to withstand rigorous athletics. I got that, size, movement and a wonderful disposition. At 4 years old, Estrella D'Noche stands 17.3 and is sorrel with a white strip and two white feet. Noche has just begun his training, but is showing amazing willingness, movement, and versatility. I think one of his best attributes is his sweet disposition, he has never had a ‘bad’ day.”
Kris Dunlap, Old Oak Farm