Arabian horses get a bad rap for being high strung and difficult.  They can be more sensitive than other horse breeds but are wonderfully loyal members of the family.


hahn at the KY horse park

Bey Dedicashahn (aka Shahn) was my very first horse.  He was purchased by sister as a long yearling because she wanted to own an Arabian.  Unfortunately he didn't reach her height expectations (topping out at an amazing 14.2 hands) and was subsequently given to me.  Shahn is a dynamo.  He really loves the trails and he appreciates adventure.  He's like riding a zippy sports car.  He's always ready and willing to go wherever you point his nose at.  Like all first horses, he has his idiosyncrasies but he's mine.  He is available at stud (see the For Sale page).  I have retained 2 of his babies and have sold many more.  Information on his pedigree can be found here:

Pedigree


Photo Credit: Mitya Ku

Photo Credit: Mitya Ku

Vanessa King, First Mate & Dive Master

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Photo Credit: dimnikolov

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