Indiano XVIII - In Memoriam

Indiano XVIII
January 3, 1985 ~ August 28, 2012

Indiano XVIII is a Spanish born treasure, representing the Romero Benitez bloodlines of Spain. This important stallion was twice a Champion in Spain. After his departure for the New World, he was twice Grand Champion in Mexico and Best Movement Champion each time out. Sons and daughters of Indiano XVIII are currently winning Gold Medals in Sevilla, Madrid, as well as Mexico, Costa Rica and the USA.

He is a pearly silver grey and stands 16.1 hands. His beauty, nobility, correctness, type and loose movement must be seen to be believed. He is now proudly owned by the Indiano Syndicate, available for the approved Spanish mares of the owners of the Syndicate. His foals are being sought after for breeding and show programs throughout the country and in other countries as well. His arrogant bearing and nobility confirm his heavily influenced "Bocado" pedigree. His fine skin and pearly coat tell of the purity of his blood. His loose flowing movements are an electrifying testament to the athletic potential of superb conformation. What an improvement sire he is, this extraordinary personification of the "Pure Spanish Horse". The Syndicate invites you to visit him at the Blue Moon Ranch.

This specimen no doubt has marked a glorious period in our horse breeding at the Blue Moon Ranch.  Indiano XVIII is owned by the Syndicate, he is only available to the mares of the owners of the Syndicate. Prospective purchasers of his foals should contact the Syndicate members for information and availability of foals.

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Indiano XVIII Photo Gallery (click on thumbnails):