bullfighting horses consists of Lusitanos, Quarterhorses, and
an Arabian. Introducing (clockwise)Kaganche, Cadillac, Indio, Atrevido, Quiver,
and Dollar. To navigate,
simply place your mouse over a horse and then click on the horse
to select it or select from the names on the right.
are trained to perform at bullfights. Our horses are
treated with extreme *TLC...just like family.
Each of the horse has an
extensive lineage, namely the Lusitanos that include sub-breeds
such as Veiga, Andrade,
and Coimbra just to name a few. We invite you to read our training
page so you can see exactly what it takes to train these beautiful
horses to bullfight. Our horses are not only good at what they
do, but they love every minute of it.
We have new horses that are
in the midst of training to become bullfighting horses. For example,
here's our beautiful palomino Azteca horse named Vistoso who
is sired by the amazing Quiver,
our buckskin Lusitano breeding stud stallion.
horseback is a traditional Portuguese style of bullfighting practiced
in Portugal, Spain, Mexico, and California. In the Spanish world,
the term used for a bullfighter on horseback is Rejoneador (rejoneadora
for female) rather than Cavaleiro (cavaleira for female). Bloodless
bullfighting is practiced only in California. In Portugal, the
bulls are not killed at the end of the bull fight, but blood is
drawn during the performance to slow and tire the bull, that is
why it is not termed as a "bloodless" bullfight in Portugal. In
California, there is no blood drawn and the bull is definitely
not killed at the end of the fight, but they are sent back into
the pasture to either breed or graze in the fields.
To learn more about our horses bloodlines
can view their Sire
and Dam by clicking on the bloodline button. We also provide
a 5-generation pedigree for our featured "Stallion
We also have information for each type of breed,
color, etc. You can view it here.