My original dream was to have a horse ranch someday. To my delight, my dream has grown much bigger that I ever imagined it would. Some days I have to pinch myself and make sure that I won’t just wake up to find it is “just a dream.”
I have been around horses since I was 6 years old. My mom loves horses so it was natural for her to want to share this with me. As I grew older the love of horses became instilled in me as much as breathing. I ate, slept and lived to be on a horse. When I was 9 years old we lived next door to a man who raised, trained and showed Arabians. Up to that point I had very little knowledge of this amazing breed. I fell in love! He would let me ride bareback on his Arabian stallion (Rey Del Sol). I was in heaven! I learned a lot from that man. That was the beginning of a long romance with Arabians. When I was 9 years old my mom bought a half-Arab, half- mustang mare named “Lucky.” We were inseparable. I had to let her go to heaven at the wonderful old age of 32. That was a sad day for me. My love for the Arabian breed continues to this day.
When I was ten years old I went to the draft horse classic in Grass Valley, California. There I saw my first Friesians. I was spellbound. I couldn’t take my eyes off of them. When Clay Meyers jumped a Friesian stallion through a hoop of fire I was in tears. I was never the same. My love for Friesians had begun. When I was 21 years old I went to the Friesian extravaganza in Reno, Nevada. That is where and when my love of Friesians expanded into a dream of owning my own. I will never forget that night. Friesians have a presence about them that is something to behold. I promised myself that someday I would own at least one. That dream has also come true.
I moved to Washington State in my early 20's. I was a single woman that loved horses and had a big dream. I had an Arab and a Quarter Horse at the time. Benjamin, my Quarter Horse, had a shoeing problem. A friend of mine recommended I call a man named Scott mason. She said he was an excellent farrier and great with horses. So I did. Well, the story begins. Scott already had a horse ranch (his dream also). He also loved Arabians. Together it was a winning combination. We have worked hard, built our ranch bigger and better. We have been blessed with a wonderful little cowgirl who is now 7 years old.
Our ranch has a combination of Arabians and Friesians that are a delight to behold. We are expecting our first Friesian Arabian cross this summer. We can hardly wait to see what he/she will be like.
We want to share our love of horses & horsemanship with all.
Please come enjoy our ranch. You are always welcome.
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