ÖAZV  breeding approval for arabian mares and stallions 2014

Many thanks to our girls Conny and Silvia who helped us to attend at the breeding approval 2014 with our mares
NorCal Sierra SnoFlake (pintabian by NorCal Sierra SnoMan) and WA Nexotica (purebred arabian by TF Afrikhan Shah).
Thank you Patrick Wimmer for running with our mare SnoFlake and of course many thanks to
Natalie and Monja for taking care of our horses at home!
This would not be possible without all your help and assistance! THANK YOU!

I am looking forward to many photos from Alex, Julia, Heiko and Sandy and I am glad that
you all came to this event!

With one blue ribbon  and a green ribbon we are driving home from Stadl Paura.

We are happy with SnoFlakes 3rd place.
She was the youngest mare in her group with her age of 3 years and only a few hundredth points below the two 6 year old mares placed 1st and 2nd.

We are also very happy that the mares on 1st and 2nd place are offspring from our first stallion "Azal Ibn Amir".
Congratulations to their owners Margit from Tyrol and Elisabeth from Seeboden!

Thank you Regina Schachinger and all the helping hands for organizing this breeder's event for the Austrian Arabian Horse Breeding Assocciation !

More photos coming soon here at our website!




We are very happy that our black and white pinto arabian colt "Jesse J. Classic" by Jascorial ox
found a lovely new home with Ariana in Switzerland.
Jesse is now at the stallion raising ranch "Guldehof" and will spend his childhood there
until he goes to Switzerland.

We wish Ariana and Jesse all the best for their future! :-)




We are happy to announce that our pintabian stallion born 2013 sired by NorCal Sierra SnoMan
has found a wonderful new home in Sweden.

We wish Mie all the best and much pleasure with our Heartbreaker! :-)



 Our youngest filly in the barn

On May 2nd Miss Memphis made us a present of a lovely NorCal Sierra SnoMan foal.

A jolly filly in tobiano coat pattern.

We are so happy with her and also have found a nice name for her  :-)

"Miss Manny Penny"

No panic - this is not a misspelling of the name "Miss Money Penny", her name really is "Miss MANNY Penny".

Her sire NorCal Sierra SnoMan has barn name "MANNY" and so her name is derived from his nickname.

Attention: In German language the name "Manny" is pronounced like the english word "money"
so her name "Miss Manny Penny" (in German) sounds the same like "Miss Money Penny" but is spelled a little bit different.
Hope my explanation makes sense to our english speaking visitors :) *lol*

Many people think that we have some weird names for our foals, but knowing the background story of
the horse and its name mostly explains how the horse came to its special name. :-)

Here is a short video of Miss Manny Penny (3 days old)

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