Amira is offered for your consideration. Amira was born and raised on our farm. She has been handled since her birth and was given time to grow and mature before starting any training. Her training was then delayed a bit after my husband’s cardiac arrest last year. Currently Amira is 6 years old, stands at 16 hands, and is a solid bay Friesian Sport Horse mare registered with the Friesian Heritage Horse Registry. Amira is an easy going, sound, willing partner who aims to please her rider. View full post »
We have been making some major changes at our farm in the past six months. Downsizing, getting out of breeding ourselves, and getting back to the basics of enjoying the horses we own and being able to start to spending more time with each horse. I am so blessed that I was able to have a breeding facility at our stable for the past eight years. I have truly loved every moment of raising young friesian sport horse foals. However, I also believe there is a time for everything View full post »
Our 2015 colt (Neo) and filly (Adalyn) have already been sold and are growing up and learning how to lead, pick up their feet, and become nice young horses already. They are sun bleaching with the recent nice weather we have had and starting to “molt” by loosing their baby fuzz. Enjoy some pictures of them growing up!
Three months ago I got a call that my healthy, fit husband had collapsed and was not breathing after running many miles on a treadmill as he had for the past few years. I soon found out that he was experiencing a cardiac arrest event (an electrical issue that can happen in the heart), more lethal than a heart attack. We are blessed he got CPR, appropriate shocks, and medical treatment within minutes of the arrest. He has made a great recovery. However, this event put into perspective how fleeting life can be, how important family truly is, and the time and labor commitment of up-keeping a small breeding stable.
We have loved breeding friesian crosses since 2008, but this event put a few things in perspective for us. We have thought long and hard about this decision and although we will continue to have equine partners, however we are downsizing and getting out of breeding for the time being. We are not closing that door permanently and will take it one year at a time. It is a very difficult decision for us and we are not taking it lightly. We are grateful to have already found both of our 2015 foals excellent homes. We may also be looking for great homes for our 2009 friesian sport horse mare and our 2005 friesian stallion, Pieter. Please contact us if you have interest in either one of these horses. Our priority is that our horses have great homes where they will get the care, training, and attention they deserve.
Serenity Acres Endeavor is a 2015 friesian sport horse colt. He is half friesian and half draft cross. His dam is a large percheron/thoroughbred mare and his sire is our stallion, Pieter K. P. Endeavor also known as “Neo” around the barn is well put together and quite the looker already. Enjoy the short video clips of him at one week old.