Flanking our house in Iowa were two huge silver maple trees approximately fifty years old; these sentinels became the inspiration for our farm's name.
On December 15, 2011, the Arabian horse community lost one of its most remarkable friends - Don Morse of Freeport, Illinois and Scottsdale, Arizona. Don, together with his beloved wife Janey, owned Oak Ridge Arabians, home of numerous national champions and prized Arabian horses.
Make sure to take a look at the 2011 US National Arabian Horse Championship Showcase to see all the highlights from this years show! This is something you definitely don't wait to miss! Click Here to View the Showcase !
The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association recognized the most talented Anglo-Arabians competing at both Youth and Sport Horse National Championships again in 2011. NAAAHA has rewarded the top performers since 2007 by presenting the top five horses and riders with embroidered dress sheets, ribbons and trophies. This year's Youth Nationals'
First prize ever won: The first prize I have ever won was showing western walk trot at a 4-H show when I was 6. I think I got second place but I was very excited about it...