Breeders and Trainers of:
Warlander, Friesian and Andalusian horses

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The Warlander horse
officially began in 1990, when West Australian Karen-Maree’ Kaye of the Classical Sporthorse Stud - a devotee of Classical Equitation, began a dedicated breeding program,
penned the first breed standard a
nd nam
ed the breed.


The 'Warlander' is a hybrid of the pure Friesian and Iberian horse breeds. The name 'Warlander' only applies to horses who have been verified to meet the 'standard' and elligible to be registered as such with the Warlander Studbook. The Warlander is now found world-wide including North and South America, Africa, Europe and it's country of origin - Australia. For more information visit: www.warlanderstudbooksociety.com.au

Pictured: (Top) Five year old  Main Studbook Warlander Gelding CS Invictus (Mr Bear) Sire: Valentino El Domino Classique. Dam: Rangemore Zafira.  Image shows Mr Bear's 'graduation day'  three weeks after  education to saddle commenced.
(Bottom) Andalusian colt Harmony Hills Astor on seventh day of education to saddle. Ridden by Leah Dowson.