You can tell Tambor is Raúl’s favorite, because his nickname is “Guapo” (handsome).
Tambor is classified Castaño (Bay). He’s a sweet, affectionate horse.
He’s classified “Tordo,” or grey. It’s the most common Andalusian coat color. 80 percent of Andalusians in America are Tordo. When they’re young, they’re very grey, and as they age, their coat whitens.
He’s officially designated Tordo (gray). He’s got a friendly, spirited personality.
Bandido is also notable because he’s one of the biggest—if not the biggest—stud on the ranch. Raúl likes his physical features: his bulk, the shape of his nose, and his height. He’s already sired more than one foal on the ranch.
Unfortunately one night in early 2016, Navio unexpectedly died. This is where we remember him.
Of El Rancho’s colts, Navio most delighted Raúl because of his intelligence. Instead of simply standing still in the corral like some of the horses, you can see he would move the apparatus in circles for his exercise.