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Yeguada la B


"A passion made true: Yeguada la B"

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Yeguada la B is a family-run business located on a 250-acre estate near Barcelona, with facilities designed for the development and taming of specimens with aesthetic strength and nobility as their main features, home to over one hundred animals.

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Hercules LXXXXVII

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Indalo de la B

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Irlandés de la B

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Iluso de la B

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Hector XVI

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Lucero CXIX

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Icono de la B

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Habanero CLXXXII

Race: Pure Spanish Race
Gender: Male
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Ctra. Sabadell - Granollers, km.4 Finca Can Monistrol, 08213 Polinyà (Barcelona) - Tel. +34 93 579 53 30 - Móv. +34 619 783 825 - info@yeguadalab.com

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Yeguada la B is a family company dedicated to Andalusian horses for sale in Barcelona, located in a farm of more than 100 hectares where our qualified human staff with large experience works as experts with Andalusian horses for sale.

The installations, designed to develop and tame Andalusian horses for sale, are fully equipped to achieve our target: the main characteristic of Andalusian horses for sale is their aesthetic strength and nobility. We have 30 boxes, huge extensions of fenced land, covered or at open air to keep the horses separated or protected, if it is convenient. For the Andalusian horses for sale we also have appropiate tracks previewed to carry out the work of training and dressage. Our Andalusian horses for sale are of insuperable quality, as it is our own agricultural holding who is in charge to feed the whole livestock, all surrounded by a wonderful quiet environment between fields and forests. Without any doubt, and because of their characteristics, Yeguada la B is one of the best companies dedicated to Andalusian horses for sale in Spain.

At Yeguada la B we put at your disposal many Andalusian horses for sale, having in between all of them male horses, mares and colts. Our stallions are carefully selected in base on their morphology, their noble character and their functionality. We applicate an exhaustive and constant control on our mares to assure optimal Andalusian horses for sale. Our human staff works with the colts to make them perfect Andalusian horses for sale.

To adapt to the different likes of each customer, we work on three coats on our Andalusian horses for sale: brown, black and dapple-gray, that way that you surely find your horse without any problem. Choose any Andalusian horse for sale you have been looking for in Carretera de Sabadell a Granollers, km4. "Finca Can Monistrol ", in Polinyà, Barcelona.

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Prenatal cares of the mare
The mare is considered pregnant, when it has been covered and not having been on heat again after 3 weeks of the last linkage; during this intermediate period she should be observed carefully. Most of horse owners trust that if there is no sign of heat in the week it should appear, their hopes are confirmed, however others consider that there is more sureness waiting for about 6 weeks, specially when errors have appeared by using minor margins. Some of the mares show to be on heat again after 1 month and a half; others possibly will show to be on heat again after nine or ten weeks. In any case, frequently the own nature will reject the embryo and the mare will start with its cycles, as usual after a birth.

For this reason, all should be observed carefully and constantly when coming back from the zone of linkage and any sign of sexual interest or abnormal behavior should be considered doubtfully. The veterinary will be able to determine, if the mare is on heat or if any distension or neck opening of the matrix exists, which would mean that a misbirth has taken place. When the mares have been covered, they only should stay with known fellows; the best would be a quiet mare of ponies, a donkey or an older hunter. It is recommended that they stay with mares, despite there is any castrated horse which never has incited the mare and which has not shown interest in her phases previous to the heat. No castrated horse should be used which has shown signs of making her nervous. The young horses like to play, kicking and galloping with big ardor and energy, which means they are not the appropriate companions. If there are dogs in the surroundings, the mare should be removed from the pastureland and kept as calm as possible.

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Anatomía del horses

The Equus caballus have 64 chromosomes (inherited material in the cell nuclei). The nearest relatives, as zebras, the Przewalski horse and the wild donkey have different chromosomal number, despite the similar corporal structure. As other mammal species the horse has four types of basic tissues, known as: muscular tissue nervous tissue Conjunctive tissue Epitelial tissue.

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How to behave in case of escape

Sometimes when we wish to take a determined direction our horse does not want to go there, as it notices a danger. The animal puts itself in alert and its instinct says it should escape. We can see this watching its movements: in such a situation the horse tends to lift its head and neck to succeed in having more vision of all and it lightens its front feet to be able to turn fast. When we notice that this will happen, we have to behave as follows:

We let the horse turn its head and neck, trying to center its attention on the trainer. We always should leave the possibility to choose and find an easy exit : the horse should not feel locked, because the sensation of danger could be greater. In any case the escape should be guided, if possible.

We should not tie the horse with our own body, as it could understand that the only way to escape is where we are. The best distance is around 2 m far from it, so it will not feel threatened. We should try that the animal trusts in us and that we are taking it on the right way (this is the main reason of taming a horse quite strict and not weakly, which does not mean to use our power against the horse.

To avoid that our horse feels threatened most of the time, it is convenient to make it used to different noises. We recommend using the classic method which consists in filling a bag with different elements which make noise. When moving it near the horse, we will see that it gets nervous and puts it into alert: we have to show the bag and slowly by slowly try to touch it with the bag. Like this it will understand that this is not dangerous and get used to the noise.

ORIGIN ARTICLE: http://potro.todocaballos.com

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