The horse adventure began in 1980, when my husband and I bought our first horse, Misty, a well trained grade mare. But one horse would not do, so we bought another, Smokey, a 1/2 Arabian. Then, of course, we needed a horse for friends to ride, thus arrived Wild Bill, a Tennessee Walker. From there it blossomed to a boarding/breeding facility. At one point, I had 26 horses, five which were Arabian stallions, under my care. In 1984, I attended Meredith Manor, a nationally accredited equestrian college, where I majored in breeding. I have had a 97% successful foaling rate. (The national average in 1990 was 50%.)
We will evaluate your mare and you can expect excellent mare care from AGW Arabians. A negative coggins is required and the breeding fee includes a Live Foal Guarantee.