Yeguada Sola Nogales currently specialises in the breeding and training of Hanoverian horses for dressage. Since its origin in 2013, the stud has evolved to become one of the most prestigious stud farms with the best track record in Spanish dressage competitions with Central European horses and mares.
The stud farm was founded in 1998 by Doña Mª José Nogales Delgado and Don Juan José Sola Ricca, which originated with the purchase of stallions and mares from Yeguada Escalera and Yeguada Marín García.
Located in the municipality of Chipiona (Cádiz), Yeguada Sola Nogales was originally dedicated to the selection, breeding and training of the Purebred Spanish Horse, preserving its morphology and functionality. However, over the years and the interest shown by its founders, it has moved on to the selection of horses of Central European breeds for their characteristics more suited to classical dressage. For this purpose, the best specimens are selected in the countries of Central European origin and are trained from a very early age. This, together with the magnificent management of both its owners and a great work team, has led them to win important prizes in different equestrian competitions.
Los Girasoles Estate:
Located on the Atlantic coast of Andalusia, at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River between the municipalities of Sanlúcar de Barrameda and Chipiona, our estate has a natural charm. Nestled on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River and in front of one of the main natural reserves of the European continent, the Doñana National Park.
It is equipped with unbeatable facilities for the breeding and taming of our horses, including 25 boxes, two arenas (outdoor and indoor), tack room, walker, semi-covered pens to separate the animals by sex and age, covered pens and meadows for the cattle.
In addition, the farm produces a large part of the electricity consumed thanks to solar photovoltaic self-supply, following the trend of moving towards green energy and taking advantage of the fact that we have a high level of solar irradiation.
Attached to its tack room is a wine cellar for tasting the wines of the Marco de Jerez, from the Manzanilla de Sanlúcar to the generous wines of Jerez Finos, Oloroso, Amontillado, Cream, Pedro Ximénexz and Palo Cortado.