Bay Area Equestrian Center
Bay Area Equestrian Center (BAEC), established in 1995, sits on 14 acres in Pearland, Texas. The facility is family owned and operated by Lynn & Paul Almond. BAEC is a full-board facility, riding academy and national caliber Arabian show resource conveniently located in the Houston-Clear Lake area. It is our goal to provide a fun, family-oriented environment, where clients can learn about horses and riding. Also if they choose clients can evolve from taking basic lessons to horse ownership and competing up through the national level in the Arabian show circuit. Our training goals are to promote a hands-on, confidence building process between the horse, trainer, and rider through hard work and
Beauclaire Arabians, LLC
Located in Mount Dora Florida small Arabian Breeder of domestic crosses using Polish & Egyptian Bloodlines. Currently have foals by Stival & AJ Thee Luca for sale. Our new Botswana filly will be added to our Breeding Program. Wilson Training Center assists with management and the marketing of the horses.
Culbreth Equine Training & Management
In the heart of Scottsdale and just minutes from the Westworld show grounds is home to Chris Culbreth Equine Training & Management, LLC. A beautiful facility with all the features and amenities necessary to train national level horses, clients and their horses excel under Chris’ training and lesson program. Each horse and client’s training currriculum is individually designed based upon the goals and objectives essential for their optimum success.
R.O. Lervick Arabians
R.O. Lervick Arabians is usually home to 90 to 100+ horses. The star of the farm is Cytosk+++, the Lervick's chestnut Arabian stallion. His show record includes U.S. National Reserve Champion English Pleasure, and he is a four- time national top ten winner in halter, pleasure driving, and informal combination. Cytosk+++ has earned his Legion of Supreme Merit Award (indicated by the three pluses after his name) from the International Arabian Horse Association for his show ring achievements in halter and performance. He has sired numerous regional and national champions. Out Of Cyte, a gorgeous 1992 black son of Cytosk+++ out of a double *Serafix mare, also stands at the farm. He has already sired regional and
*Rahere is a son of the Desperado and out of a Bey Shah daughter. He was imported from Australia to begin his breeding and showing career in the U.S. He is owned by Security West Corporation of Scottsdale, AZ. We expect great things from this young stallion.
Our farm is a full service training facility. We offer conditioning and training, we have 32 stalls, 12 stall mare motel, 6 with pens. 4 turnout arenas, huge work arena, misted stalls and breeding capabilities. We own SF Veraz.
Setting Sun Stables
At Setting Sun Stables LLC our goals are to create a winning and competitive atmosphere for both horse and rider, by maintaining the best physical health and well being of each horse. Our professional, full service facility extends to both Purebred Arabian and Half Arabian horses. We are conveniently located in North Central Indiana with training year round. OUR PHILOSOPHY: We want to see a strong future for our Arabians and Half Arabians. We feel that through a quality breeding program this can be achieved. We are always working to provide a foundation of good minded, trainable and sound horses that can be shown and enjoyed by all riders at any level of experience. Our care and commitment
Ted Carson at Butler Farms Training Center
Butler Farms Training Center is a place of beauty and authenticity; a place where dreams are dreamed and, through hard work and commitment, become reality; a place that revolves around the most treasured breed of horse in the world: the Arabian. We invite you now to explore our website and our breathtaking collection of Arabian horses.
The 190-acre farm is owned by Bob and his wife, Kathie, and is home to a group of the finest horses the Arabian industry has to offer. We have been breeding, showing and training Arabian and Half-Arabian horses for over 35 years.