|Our History ... |
Where to start, like most breeding operations it all began from a love of horses, with arabian horses and their beauty in mind. Our first horse was a 7/8 arabian pinto gelding that we saw an ad for in the local paper. Went and looked at him and made an appointment for him to be delivered the next day. He arrived as planned, but we had no fences, or stalls, and a barn full boxes from our move from the city to our current location. So we tied him to the back of the pick-up truck threw the bail of hay his previous owners gave us in the bed and started to think about how we were going to keep him. Thankfully our neighbor spotted the horse standing in our driveway and called and asked if we needed a place to keep, and so we walked him down the road to her house where he stayed until we built a fence to keep him in. From one horse we went to getting enough horses for the family to enjoy. Started showing and meeting arabian horse enthusiasts. Later we decided to go into breeding and creating our own "ideal" horses, attention grabbing flashy looking arabians with exotic heads, and gentle dispositions. For this to happen we needed the a stallion that fit our "ideal". Found a classified for Psyches Flash, got a video and took the owners word "that a child could lead him" and made plans to go take a look at him and bring him home if he was the right one. Pulled up to the farm as the sun was starting to rise, glanced in the mare pasture pointed at the one I like best, and walked to the house to meet the owner. Took a walk through the mare pasture and heard the bloodlines and names of the wonderful mares and the exotic beauty I pointed out was Psyches Flash dam, things were starting to fit together. From the pasture we went into the stallion barn the calmest and least studdiest stallion was Psyches Flash, and what a gorgeous head he had and the straightest legs I've seen, so on the trailer for his first time ever and we were set for the ride home. Now we had our "ideal" stallion, but had no purebred arabian mares. From then on we purchased some great mares to bring into out breeding program because it takes both a great mare and a great stallion to make a great foal. When the foals arrived "WOW" was the best way to describe them, they were absolutely gorgeous headed huge eyed prancing little fillies, straight and correct as can be. They fit our "ideal" and started catching the eye of others. In addition to the wonderful mares we added two additional stallions Alissanse & Maximus GJH both fitting our "ideal". This brings us to the current time and from here the rest is history in the making.