Genio III

Genio III, (born in 1986) was very famous in the Andalusian world. Genio stood 16.3 hands and was the sire of multiple purebred and half-Andalusian IALHA champions. Genio was an approved breeding stallion for the Spanish Cria Caballar, the American Oldenburger Stud Book, the American Warmblood Society, the Spanish Norman Registery and the Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar. Genio was primarily of Bocado bloodlines and was a double grandson of Jardinero V. His stud fee was $5,000.

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"He has a long elegant neck rising high out of his wide, muscular chest and he looks at you with beautiful, perfect triangular eyes. His coat is fine, shiny and always silky to touch. He is a fabulous stallion, proven to stamp himself on his foals over and over again. Genio has made a mark for himself on Spanish horses being bred here in the United States, and his fame is spreading. Genio is the first U.S. Andalusian stallion, that we know of, to have one of his American born offspring exported to Europe, for breeding purposes. Limited bookings by private treaty for select Andalusian mares." ~ JDon Website Reference

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