Breeders of Pure Spanish Horses Since 1985
When a foal is born, it goes through the process of inscription, which means it is DNA tested for parentage verification, a microchip is placed and all markings are recorded. It is then issued its passport.
Once a horse is 3 years old, it must pass the evaluation which determines if it meets the criteria to become a breeding animal called revision. This evaluation is administered by ANCCE, the Spanish Breeders association which is the parent PRE association in the world. Once a horse passes revision, all its descendants will be registered in the Stud Book.
If they don’t pass, they retain their original papers, and are considered as PRE horses, but they lack the right to have their offspring registered..