Oxido has a position in the coveted catalog of Young Recommended Breeding Stock for Dressage Conformation by the PRE Studbook, LG-ANCCE. Oxido’s bloodlines are a conjunction of Yeguada Mlitar and Yeguada Camacho Benitez, the latter identified by powerful horses, good limbs, large bones, large hooves and well rounded forms.
The grandfather of Oxido, Talisman IV (1982) was very strong and had a great bone structure. As many know, He produced an “I” line of colts that grew into important stallions that had many success in the Dressage Stadiums such as Impaciente II, Iles and Iberis (Oxido’s father).
Oxido can repeat the legacy of his grandfather. In 2015 he became the Reserve National Small Tour Champions of Spain. Five years later he debuted in Grand Prix with scores over 70%. Now Oxido is focused on his breeding duties. His lineage from Camacho Benitez, including Navarro VI (by Albero II) and Talisman IV, along with his grey coat will change and shift the new lines for HGF.