DOCS TYPE: ANCCE
15’000 – 25’000 eur
Deseado stands out not only for his bloodline but also for his extraordinary beauty and charismatic presence. In a striking dark bay coat, his most captivating feature is his refined head, complemented by an elegant conformation. When it comes to movement, the grace with which he moves reflects his supple and elastic nature, demonstrating a splendid length of stride and ground-covering ability. These attributes, combined with his stunning appearance, position him as a horse with unlimited potential.
Currently on the cusp of being started under saddle, he has been given the necessary time to develop and mature. This horse is a prime choice for professionals or capable amateurs seeking a rarity—an equine companion whose overall package encompasses beauty, charisma, and the potential for excellence. With all the attributes required from a young horse, he represents a promising prospect destined for greatness in the hands of a discerning rider.
Deseado’s pedigree thus represents a thoughtful combination of stallions known for their positive influence on the breed, with a blend of improving and qualified sires. The inclusion of horses like Atlántico PAL, Perdigon XVIII, and Cantabrico further enhances the potential for Deseado to inherit valuable traits and qualities, making him a noteworthy prospect with a well-established lineage.
- Sire (Father) PERFECTO DE FONTEBOA: Deseado is the son of Perfecto de Fonteboa, one of our own horses that gained recognition and was sold out of Europe as a stud stallion for a private breeder. Perfecto is a direct son of Atlántico PAL, distinguished as a “reproductor mejorante,” signifying his role as an improving or bettering stallion.
- Grandfather (Paternal Grandfather) Atlántico PAL: Atlántico PAL, as the paternal grandfather, adds to the lineage’s prestige. His status as a “reproductor mejorante” emphasizes his contribution to enhancing the breed.
- Dam (Mother) Paterna CEN (from Yeguada Centurion): Deseado’s mother is Paterna CEN, originating from Yeguada Centurion. Her lineage includes Perdigon XVIII, recognized as a “reproductor mejorante,” and Cantabrico, acknowledged as a “reproductor calificado” for meeting certain standards and qualifications.