Why this mainly illegal horse venture changed hands is a long story involving family ties, money of course and the conviction that non Andalusians can’t really deal with horses.
And this is how the new Andalusian management sees things: the one in front escaped and was tied with a plastic rope to the main gate by someone who thought this was better than letting the horse run free at barely 300m from a National Road. But a few hours later the same horse opened the main gate while the others inside were placing social calls.
That’s what happens when there is nobody there, when they go out riding with clients, we keep seeing saddled horses running back alone, without a rider.
But the new paint job looks good.