Horses are always been a part of my life. At age 13, I had my very own stallion in Belgium. In Florida at age 17, I use to go ridding every other day an Arabian mare,That was the beginning of love for me for the Arabian horses. In the 80's early 90's I got into a Morgan farm as a volunteer basis to exercise and ride their Morgans. In 03' we where able to buy a farm property, we build our home and from there our barn, Little by little we where able to add a few horse to our farm and it's when a huge turn around in my life began. Over ten years ago we received two PMU foals from Canada. What a challenge they where. Around the same time we rescued our first Arabian horse,"Zcar Prince ". He came to us in such horrible shape that we were sure he was not going to survive. Although he was neglected he has never lost his love for people. With lots of gentle kindness and understanding myself and my two daughters have brought him back from his deep sorrow. He has turned into a magnificent and noble Arabian. Prince has always been there for us, from teaching our young horses respect and loyalty, to teaching us the nobility, grace, and intelligence of the Arabian horse. Dealing with other breeds we have come to realize that the Arabian horse is by far the most trustworthy, loyal, and breathtaking beauty of any horse. Prince has inspired us to follow our dreams into breeding Arabian horses.
Below are a few pictures of the farm .
Our barn is not fancy it was build by my husband and son with the wood that we cleared from our land , it's a very solid and functional , Our Arabians are happy and we have successfully had some wonderful foals born in our barn .