Two part question: my mare's breeding and who would you choose?
She was bred in Monterrey, Mexico and isn't part of any registry (or at least not that I can find, she does have a horse head brand on her left flank). I only recognize a couple names on her papers, and after sitting on them for a couple years finally decided to look into it a little more.
Her sire was Elobet La Escondida, by Alme out of Waldfee. Alme by Ibrahim out of Girondine. Waldfee by Wedekind out of Dimka.
Her dam was Frida, by Fruhlingsabend out of Duela. Fruhlingsabend by Fruhling out of Depesche, Duela by Don Juan out of Julia.
Thats as much information as I have from her papers (and sorry if I got any terminology wrong).
I'm also considering breeding her in the next couple years (mainly for sentimental value, this baby would be my next horse) and I don't really know a whole lot about stallions.
She can be a little hot, but is extremely sane and has a great brain. She can jump high, but only if the rider is asking correctly. Has only dinked around 3' with me, but did 1.25m with her old owner and supposedly 1.40m down in Mexico. I still want some umph, but possibly something that could be a little more ammy friendly as I'm only getting older . Would be looking for another jumper; based on her breeding and temperament who could potentially be a good fit?
Curious, what papers are these? She's not registered, but has papers showing her pedigree?
It's in the info I have for her registration card in Mexico and her passport (that is all the old owner sent me). They don't look like actual registration papers though. I'm not sure if anyone actually went through the trouble of getting her registered? Because like I said her brand is the outline of a horse head, which I haven't been able to find anywhere!
The register is Mexico is named CCDM (mexican sport horse).
There are two major breeders in Mexico for sport horses that are located in Monterrey.
One is La Silla, which is one of the most important breeders worldwide. Their brand is a horse head on the left flank.
La Silla has its own registry, La Silla stud. Horses born at their farm have LS at the end of their names (as Olympic horses Sancha LS or Rebozo LS or Rolf´s Carusso) and horses purchased or sponsored by La Silla have the complete name as Casall, Quintero or Rosalia.
Another breeder is La Escondida, which is represented by a Z.