Site updated 21st August 2019
"It is a condition that a genuine Falabella horse must have 100% Falabella bloodlines."
(Asociacion de Criadores de Caballos Falabella)
"I hereby state that The British Falabella Studbook, held and managed by Ms. Stella Dutchyn,
is recognized by the Registry of the Minihorses Falabella and the Association of Breeders of Falabella Horses (ACCF in Spanish).
No other entity in the United Kingdom holds such status."
9th August 2018
Alejandro C. Gramajo
Official Registry Manager and Head of the ACCF in the Republic of Argentina.
A Falabella is a rare breed miniature horse.
Very few miniature horses are Falabellas.
They originated in Argentina and take their name from the family that created them and where they are still bred today.
They are gentle and clever and have an average height of 32 inches/81cm, unlike other miniature horses there is no height limit.
They come in a wide range of colours and unlike the Shetland you can even have spotted ones.