Blue Star Farms congratulate the new owners of ... Pia Dona (Ever After NA x Little Miss Priss BSF) Best of luck to Buckshot Farms on their purchase of this beautiful ‘Blue Star’ bred filly. - AND - Gallipoli BSF (Ever After NA x Little Miss Priss BSF) We wish great success to Cynthia and Wendell with this purchase of this ‘Blue Star’ bred stallion.
Blue Star Farms purchased the 2015 Scottsdale International Egyptian Heritage Champion Filly, C Zahreena (Montana Firenze x C Fahleen) . This beautiful filly was bred by Susan McDonald of Canada and was marketed to Bill and Nan Bensyl of Blue Star Farms by Greg Knowles of Arabian Expressions. Arabian horse professionals often refer to a horse’s pedigree when describing its quality, suitability and projected success in the show ring and/or it's breeding future. The research for this particular news post led its author to an unexpected discovery of an impressive champion lineage. The information below is a very small glimpse at just a few of the examples C Zahreena’s family. C Zahreena's
Blue Star Farm welcomes the arrival of Verssace Dona (Versace x Lumiars Love Song) Bill and Nan Bensyl are very proud to welcome this beautiful daughter of Versace co-owned by Blue Star Farms. In addition to the celebration of her birth, they offer congratulations to Triana Holdings, LLC on their purchase of this fantastic future champion filly. Special thank you to Steve Heathcott for his assistance on this purchase.
It's all about the horses - Our Legacy by Bill Bensyl This is all about the horses-- this lovely creature known as the Arabian. We've chosen our Blue Star Farms Website to commence here - with the horses. And, it's about creating an enhanced legacy. Our goal is to take the legacy bloodlines of our outstanding mares and match them up with awesome, winning stallions to lend a hand to God in creating the most beautiful foals possible. My Dad, Don Bensyl, always loved horses having grown up with his 10 other brothers and sisters on a farm where "horsepower" was the source of mechanical power. In the early 1950's someone gave Dad an 18 year old Palomino-Champ. I still remember the joyous look on Dad's face