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September 02, 2007

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girasol

Your site is very nice and I love the photos you have. I'll do a post in the near future with more Menorquin links, including yours. If I have a vacation sometime, maybe I'll come and see the horses for myself. I love the Baroque and Iberian horses most of all. Thanks for the information!

Francisco Fuster

I didn't realize you had already linked the site of Belinda, she started years ago with the menorcan style riding in Germany and she offers quality shows. Nevertheless, after having checked your tags barocke and iberian breeds and tricks, you can add our site. We are (genuine) Menorquin breeders in the Netherlands. Genuine because I'm from Menorca (born and grown up with these horses breed)Therefore it's obvious we're breeding this horses. Check on our links page (http://www.menorcahorses.com/nl/links.html) and you'll find some other interesting sites about the breed "Pura Raza Menorquina". If you wish additional information, just let me know

girasol

I have posted about the Menorquins (browse under "tricks") and included a link to Belinda's site. It is a great site! I haven't seen the other one, though, so I will check that out. The "Baroque" tag is new - I realize I need to go back and apply it to some other posts... Thanks for your comment!

Sisco Fuster

One of the foto's is from Belinda Weymanns in Germany. Christiane has photgraphed her and her menorquin horses several times. If you contact Belinda (http://www.menorquins.de) may be you can get your info. Check our site http://www.menorcahorses.com, and you will see some beautiful menorquin horses (also barokke horses)

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