All of my life I have had a passion for horses. Most little
girls grow out of their first love, but I never did. I spent several years at college undecided on a degree and finally
just went with what I love the most, HORSES! I now have a degree in Equine Management and a breeding program to help
pass on the love!
My Mom, who also loves horses, bought
me my first horse when I was 12 years old and I thought I was in heaven. At some point during college and boyfriends
my Mom made a comment that stuck with me. She said, "Some day I want the perfect horse that anyone can do anything
with." So I started searching and researching. I found a Horse Illustrated magazine featuring the amazing
breed of Andalusians. The beautiful bay stallion on the cover belonging to Terri Meador of Herradura Andalusians.
I worked 3 jobs and saved all of my money and in 2006 bought my first Andalusian mare, Jiga H. (www.texasandalusians.com) There was no turing back at that point, my whole family fell in love!!! In July of 2008, I decided to take "english" riding
lessons to improve my "western" seat. I met and chose Deirdre Malburg as my instructor. She has taught
me very quickly that I did not know how to ride. I soon fell in love with the art of Dressage and have been training
with her ever since. (www.deirdredressage.com or www.scridingclub.com)
In 2009 I started scheming trying to find my perfect stallion. I
had met and fell in love with Comprendido and decided I had to have a colt out of him to breed my mares to. There
were a couple of colts on the market at the time but one caught my eye. I met Fideos in Colorado January 2010 as an
8 month old colt. Talk about love at first sight! Of coarse we had to have him. We brought him
home February 2010 and he has been nothing but the perfect gentleman and my best friend ever since.
I decided then and there that my breeding philosophy would be to
breed my mares to produce wonderful and loving foals that can be future soul mates for others.
In the summer of 2011, we discussed the possibilities of purchasing a pony for "the grandkids".
We got a little carried away at the promise welsh with all of the pretty ponies and different colors to choose from.
We ended up bringing a small herd home, so we figured we would breed them as well. We have a mix of sized,
Section A and Section B.
Somewhere in the middle we ended up with Desert
Jewel Clover, a gypsy filly. All in all I would say we have a nice mix of breeds where we can cater to your fancy.
If we don't have what you are looking for we have friends who might!
All foals are for sale in Utero unless otherwise noted. Payment Plans are excepted and encouraged.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
Visitors are Welcome!