Yeguada Alta Doce is the cradle of the finest pure spanish horse bloodlines. Under the ownership Natalie "Nalee" Medrano, we offer a well-rounded dressage horses. We are always delighted to hear from you, so don't hesitate to contact us.
We first started as a small stable with only few carefully selected horses, however, as the herd quickly expanded, there was a growing need for bigger facilities. Located in the virtual Spain, in a fictional town called Tasarte and surrounded by vast fields and deciduous forests. The farm itself was renovated from the original 1950s buildings, but remain largely untouched so the original property gives the establishment a very warm and homey impression.
Here at Yeguada Alta Doce we exclusively breed healthy, top tier Pura Raza Espanola horses for selective breeding and eventing purposes. Our experienced and professional staff who strive for excellence have made it possible to reach such lengths with our horses. They have all shown dedication and passion for breeding and training the finest sporting horses. Today, we continue to bring amazing quality to the dressage world.
2012 -When we first opened our doors in the spring of 2012, it was under the name High Twelve Farm. We started with few imported foundation horses with the thought of bringing new blood to existing bloodlines and to strengthen the Pura Raza Espagnola breed situatition.
2013 -During the end of the second year 2013, we began to refine our breeding program and goals, so we came to the conclusion that we needed a name more suitable for spanish horse breeder. It took a good amount of debating over a new name before we settled on dusting off an old name: High Twelve Farm.
2014 -We start building the reputation under the new name, Yeguada Alta Doce. Our breeding plans are standing still and barely any foals are born. However, our show horses continue their success in the dressage circles.
Latest newsJanuary, 2015
During the fall our horses kept up an active showing schedule and some even ended their showing career, but in the end of november our horses had earned their vacation from showing, so they could do their best during the next showing season. However the stallions standing as stud are available throughout the off season.September, 2014
Our horses are back from their summer vacation at the pastures and have resumed their showing career.May, 2014
All horses will be spending their three month summer vacation and are released to the pastures. Showing will continue in September.February, 2014
We have moved on from our old name High Twelve Farm to Yeguada Alta Doce and refined our goals. More changes will be happening as our breeding plans will be frozen for now.
Our facilities were designed and built with professional equestrian people and horses in mind. Our spacious stalls which measure 3m x 4m are modern with automatic waterers.
Our an indoor riding arena and roofed rounding pen with a sand base allows us to work comfortably and without delay all year round.
We currently operate on 80 acres of land, of which 30 acres are fenced, divided into smaller and bigger pastures. The rest of the land is usually kept fallow.