Templar is a metallic bay, with a shimmery glow to his coat with� a 3 dimensional luminescence in the sunlight. He was born the color of honey, and in winter months he turns dark mahogany bay.


In addition to his rare color, he carries a high degree of Cartujano blood and is considered closed Bocado line, which is revealed in his beautiful baroque build.


Templar has a well set arched neck and wide chest, strong and straight short back, an excellent croup and a very low tail set.�


His sire, Conquistador XII, is the first black son of Indiano XVIII.� Indiano XVIII was imported from Spain after winning six championship titles in morphology & movement.� Indiano is primarily from the Bocado (Carthusian) bloodlines and is considered by many to be one of the most important sires in the USA for improving the breed.

Templar�s bloodlines are a culmination of 4 of the finest Bocado breeders in Spain. He carries the lineage of Lovera, Romero Benitez and Don Juan Manuel Urquijo from his dam, and from his sire Romero Benitez. Miguel Angel Cardenas & Isabel Merello Terry. Both Lovera and Romero Benitez dominated the Spanish championship awards circles during the 1980-90s. Miguel Angel Cardenas is considered the top winning breeder in Spain.


Templar carries the black and the bay gene, therefore he can produce black and bay. He has straight movement with excellent overreach and drive from the hindquarters as well as nice open extensions and elevation.�


We are pleased to announce the availability of this exquisitely bred stallion to approved outside mares.


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Templar M


2005 P.R.E. Pure Spanish Bay stallion w/ Black Gene

Sire:� Conquistador XII ���Dam:� Querida K

Templar at 4yrs old


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Templar at 11 yrs old