von Hamilton, The white stallion Leal en Levade


Collection is not identical with slowness; true collection demonstrates itself in the keen interest of the horse to activate his hind legs voluntarily, to jump eagerly under himself and to carry more weight on his hindquarters without undue resistance.

Karl Mikolka

Fugitivo XII (Imp. Spain/USA)


General Information:
P.R.E., 2002
16.3 hh
Approved for breeding (Calificado)

Service Fee: $1,800 inc. GST, please contact us for more details.

Service fee reduced for one year only to support Fugitivo's bid for the 2012 Para Olympics in London!

Available by frozen semen only.

Fugitivo XII is owned by Watchman PRE in the USA.

Fugitivo XII Calificado PRE Stallion

Fugitivo XII is registered and approved for breeding in the Spanish Stud Book (SSB 190101002308420).

Show Results:
Twice U.S. PRE Champion of Champions
USDF Horse of the Year
USDF All Breeds Award
USDF FEI 5 year old Champion
PSG Competitor with scores over 69%

Champion progeny, also winning champion movement awards.

Breeding Contract:
Download printable breeding contract

Gender of Progeny (to 2009):
75% fillies, 25% colts


Aguileño II

Elegido XVII
Ganador VIII
Ganadora IV (by Cesar)
Elegida XI 1974
Sevillana VIII (by Saleroso)
Aguileña II
Efigie (by Juglar)
Maleta II
Despierta II (by Dominante)
Fugitiva VIII
Usada 1956 (by Estepeño)
Zenea (by Maluso)
Revoltosa XIX
Tempestad II
Mejicano XIV
Niebla III (by Barquillero X)
Querida IV
Hacendoso IV
Joyera II (by Furioso V)

Fugitivo XII has an athletic body and a generous nature. He was purchased in Spain by three-time Olympian and six-time Spanish National Champion, Juan Matute, for Shelly and Jim Lucero, who imported him to the USA. Juan Matute runs regular clinics in the US, and has been supervising Fugitivo's career under rider & trainer Heidi Gaian (Villa Rosa Dressage) since his importation.

Heidi, a successful FEI competitor, is also a USEF “R” dressage judge who has earned gold, silver and bronze USDF medals. Heidi feels that the “suppleness combined with a power that is unusual for a P.R.E. horse" make Fugitivo a special stallion. Fugitivo XII is a very kind stallion, even though he has so much power, he is very easy to handle. Heidi belives that Fugitivo XII has a natural ability for piaffe and passage and is competing him at Prix St. Georges level.

Juan Matute has a reputation for selecting top horses from the finest blood lines in the world. He has an eye for qualities such as gaits, nobility, beauty and balance of mind, and has a proven performance record with his young horses that go on to compete at F.E.I Grand Prix. Juan is responsible for bringing the best P.R.E. stallions to the U.S., including Gaucho III, Rociero XV, Copon and Fugitivo XII.

Fugitivo XII’s bloodlines represent Spain’s best. Bred by Nahman Andic Ermay, he is out of Fugitiva VIII, a descendant of the influential stallion Agente. Through that line, Fugitivo XII is related to several of the Spanish horses that have paved the way for the P.R.E. in international dressage competition. Fugitivo XII’s famous relatives include Olympic horses Evento, Oleaje and Invasor II. Fugitivo XII's sire, Aguileño II is also a Calificado stallion, and competed successfully at FEI level dressage.


Fugitivo XII 2010
Fugitivo XII 2008