Nestled  North of Albuquerque's city-limits in the green-belt area along the Rio Grande, lies the charming Village of Corrales. Designated "The Horse Capital of New Mexico"... Corrales has more horses per capita than anywhere in the state!  This oasis at the edge of the city is home to the Black Baroque-Cross horses of ROCOCO SPORT HORSES, a lighter, livelier version of the Baroque... truly the best of both worlds!

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2006 Black Friesian-Arabian by JIBBE/JOURNEY  (Tsjomme 329) X OFW ERYS (Parys el Jamaal) ROCKY is my BFF!  He stays with me as long as Heavenly Father will allow. Visit Rocky's page for a list of his many  awards since May 2012... Legion of Honor, Legion of Merit, Legion of Supreme Honor and many times Half-Arabian Sport Horse Champion,USEF, USDF, and FSH Horse of the Year and more. 


2004 Black Purebred Arabian Mare by OUTOFCYTE x ANAA (Thee Desperado) ANA has been a great broodmare... producing four gorgeous fillies and an amazing colt.  She is recovering from a bout  with Lamintis and should be ok...just but is a "special needs" horse and we owe her so she stays. 

(photo by Mark J Barrett Photography)

2010 EE Black Friesian-Arabian Filly by HERTOG JAN vd PADDENSTEEG (Brandus 345) x Spring Orchidmeldy...  AKA "the Princess."  Aley s under saddle for Dressage. She's a big girl... 15-3 and still growing!  She's ready for a Training-Level Dressage Test and maybe First Level very soon.... so if Bess sells, Aley stays!

(photo by Mark J Barrett Photography)

Born May 29th, 2013 ... EE Black... Bess is Aley's little-sister and she looks just like Aley. She should mature to @15-2+ . She's simply a joy to have around ... she really is even sweeter than her big sis!  And ready to start under saddle... if Aley sells Bess stays!

Born April 15 2015 

(Dutch for Rococo "Wonder Horse" or Marvelous Steed) aka Von

Purebred Friesian Colt by Hertog Jan vd Paddensteeg  (Brandus 345) x Tryntsje Beitske (Erik 351)... Spectacular! Sweet llike his daddy! Huge! And now ours!

We are ALMOST at our target mark... we have a 3-Horse Trailer and would love to be able to take them all with us on our next "road-Trip"... we shall see!