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Lark MLM

2021 Bay Colt

In loving memory: Lark MLM: 04/10/2021-12/30/2021   This is the first foal by AWPA National Champion WGA Rokhan and the second foal out of our AWPA winner Lyryc. This purpose-bred colt combines the beauty of his dam with the swan like neck and gentle demeanor of his sire. A deep, chocolate bay with enough beauty for the halter arena, this colt is sure to be a standout in the ring both in hand and under saddle. Lark is the AWPA Auction entry and also US/CAN Futurities, Sweepstakes, and Silver Sire Nominated.   His sire...

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Casanova MLM

2010 Black Gelding

Casanova MLM is a stunning 2010 black Arabian that has been purchased back as a riding horse for guests at our farm and is our representative of our founding individual RB Cavalier++. Casanova stands an impressive 15.2hh+ and boasts an incredible show record from limited outings. Casanova MLM is the sire of our beloved Sakara MLM,  though he was gelded while with his previous owners.   Casanova MLM is sired by our senior stallion RB Cavailer++ and is out of WWA Hilary who was exported to England after she produced two...

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RB Cavalier

1991 black stallion

In loving memory: 3/16/1991-3/17/2021, the horse that started it all. When I was 13 years old, I dreamed of owning an Arabian stallion. I had suffered a spinal injury that made me seek a “safer” path with horses than jumping and settled on this wild idea. I asked my mother to agree to feed my stallion if I could buy him on my own, I found a friend (thank you Deanna Angell) to help me travel and select him, and I secured funding from a 3rd party via a crudely...

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