He's beautiful..... Guindaleza, a/k/a "Blondie," 16h Iberian horse b. 2003. Blondie, a Palomino Pearl, belongs to a very small group of Iberian horses that test as a single dilute (in this case Palomino) but appear to be double dilute, with bright blue/green eyes.   Guindaleza was the very first Andalusian horse tested by UC Davis for the Pearl gene.  She has the iridescent sheen often seen in Pearl horses.

He's beautiful..... Guindaleza, a/k/a "Blondie," 16h Iberian horse b. 2003. Blondie, a Palomino Pearl, belongs to a very small group of Iberian horses that test as a single dilute (in this case Palomino) but appear to be double dilute, with bright blue/green eyes. Guindaleza was the very first Andalusian horse tested by UC Davis for the Pearl gene. She has the iridescent sheen often seen in Pearl horses.

He's beautiful..... Guindaleza, a/k/a "Blondie," 16h Iberian horse b. 2003. Blondie, a Palomino Pearl, belongs to a very small group of Iberian horses that test as a single dilute (in this case Palomino) but appear to be double dilute, with bright blue/green eyes.   Guindaleza was the very first Andalusian horse tested by UC Davis for the Pearl gene.  She has the iridescent sheen often seen in Pearl horses.

He's beautiful..... Guindaleza, a/k/a "Blondie," 16h Iberian horse b. 2003. Blondie, a Palomino Pearl, belongs to a very small group of Iberian horses that test as a single dilute (in this case Palomino) but appear to be double dilute, with bright blue/green eyes. Guindaleza was the very first Andalusian horse tested by UC Davis for the Pearl gene. She has the iridescent sheen often seen in Pearl horses.

He's beautiful..... Guindaleza, a/k/a "Blondie," 16h Iberian horse b. 2003. Blondie, a Palomino Pearl, belongs to a very small group of Iberian horses that test as a single dilute (in this case Palomino) but appear to be double dilute, with bright blue/green eyes.   Guindaleza was the very first Andalusian horse tested by UC Davis for the Pearl gene.  She has the iridescent sheen often seen in Pearl horses.

He's beautiful..... Guindaleza, a/k/a "Blondie," 16h Iberian horse b. 2003. Blondie, a Palomino Pearl, belongs to a very small group of Iberian horses that test as a single dilute (in this case Palomino) but appear to be double dilute, with bright blue/green eyes. Guindaleza was the very first Andalusian horse tested by UC Davis for the Pearl gene. She has the iridescent sheen often seen in Pearl horses.

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