“Old stallions and new generations”

In 1937 the stallion NAPOLEON I born on the Falabella Ranch in Argentina, he was a chestnut colored stallion, small about 70 cm height at the withers, and compact. This stallion would pass on one of the best bloodlines to the Falabella breed, and was the favorite of the Falabella family. This stallion passed away at a well-to-do age of 42 years. At the time, he was claimed to be the oldest living horse in the world. A monument to him has been erected on the Falabella ranch in Argentina.

Our stallions, the new generation of Falabellas, are used for quality and all have at least a 1st premium, have been veterinary inspected at the age of 3, and are all free (tested) of the dwarf gene.

Click on the picture of the stallion and you will find all relevant information.

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