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The Spanish Andalusian
Half-Andalusian Cross Registries


If you are interested in breeding an Andalusian cross, but are worried about ending up with an unregisterable foal, think twice!

Introducing Spanish blood into your breeding program has many benefits...strength, beauty, versatility, elegance, courage and kind temperment! The International Andalusian and Lusitano Horse Association (IALHA) has created a half-registry. Your cross can be registered and can be shown at the IALHA shows which have 1/2 Andalusian classes!

        IALHA - International Andalusian & Lusitano Horse Assoc.
        101 Carnoustie North, Box 200
        Shoal Creek, AL 35242
        (205) 995-8900


The most popular cross is the Andalusian x Quarter Horse, which is called "Azteca". An Azteca can be registered 1/2 Andalusian, 1/2 Quarter Horse and also registered Azteca.

        Azteca Horse Registry of America
        Dolores Dougherty (Director)
        P.O. Box 490
        Vancouver, WA 98666-0490
        (360) 573-4030


The second most popular cross is the Andalusian x Thoroughbred, or "Iberian Warmblood". This cross is registerable as an Iberian Warmblood Association 1/2 Andalusian and 1/2 Thoroughbred.

        Iberian Warmblood Association of America
        (360) 576-2889


Another wonderful cross that is quite interesting and growing in popularity is the Andalusian x Percheron, or "Spanish-Norman". A Spanish-Norman can be registered 1/2 Andalusian, 1/2 Percheron and as a Spanish-Norman.

        Spanish-Norman Horse Registry
        P.O. Box 985
        Woodbury, CT 06798-3216
        (203) 266-4048


The "Hispano-Arab" is a cross of a purebred, registered Andalusian with a purebred, registered Arabian. The Hispano-Arab is not a new breed, actually, it is the combination of two of the world's oldest breeds, the Andalusian x Arabian.

       


The Andalusian also crosses successfully with Paso Finos, Peruvian Pasos, Appaloosa and Morgan. These crosses all have registries and shows, in addition to the 1/2 Andalusian registry.





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This article was published on: 1997. Last updated on: 1997.