In any breeding program, quality mares are vital. Our Foundation Mares are full sisters, registered with the USMMA (US) and the ABCCMM (Brazil). Born a year apart.
Our foundation mares have been inspected and approved by ABCCMM Inspector Getulio Viera - permanently registered with the ABCCMM, branded with the horseshoe/M symbol and officially approved for breeding.
Why did we choose to start with sisters?
Both mares have strong, athletic conformation, gait in both picada and batida, have intelligent, calm temperaments and a deep Tabatinga pedigree... plus they are two of the most People Oriented Marchadors I have ever seen. This aptitude makes our foundation mares a pleasure to be around, reliable in their interactions and easy to handle and train.
Rosa de Lazy T and Regina de Lazy T were bred by Tresa Smith of Montana Marchadors, produced by two of Tresa's Brazillian Imports - Tabatinga Rota and Tabatinga Monitor who came directly from the foundation farm Tabatinga (see photos at the base of this pedigree)
Our First Home Bred filly Canadian Xonada already is developing into an exceptional Marchador and we hope to include her in our breeding program as well. Click here to view her pedigree
Canadian Xonada was the first Marchador Filly to be born in Canada.