This livestock farm was founded by Francisco Olivera Bermúdez in Alcalá de Guadaíra in 1961. However, he did not begin to work as a Spanish purebred horse (PRE in Spanish) breeder until 1975.
The farm, sited at the Cortijo Olivera estate, on the road to Maestre, has a magnificent tack room with all sorts of equipment, from harnesses to saddles, as well as a small collection of antique carriages in perfect condition. You can also admire the countless trophies the stud farm has won over the years, both in morphological and carriage-driving competitions.
Due to its privileged location, just a few kilometres from Seville, the farm receives countless visits from clients and enthusiasts. Groups can also visit the tack room with prior booking.
Spanish purebred horses, mares and stallions are also on sale, as are highly-trained horses for mounting or carriage driving.