Description
I grew up on a farm and was surrounded by horses. I would ride anything I could get my hands on. I started riding chariot ponies who are trained only to run. I would be dragged, scrapped off and bushwhacked, but never got tired of trying. My Dad had trained horses so seeing my passion and determination helped me get into breeding and training. When I was nine years old my parents bought my sister and I each a mare. My mare was bred to a handsome registered Arabian stallion. The result was a beautiful little stud colt and the start of my aspiration to breed and train horses.
General Info
 
Headline:
Equine Specialist
User Name:
FayebrookFarms
Gender:
Woman
Age:
51
City:
Bawlf
State/Province:
Alberta
Zip Code:
T0B 0J0
Country:
Canada
Additional information
 
Occupation:
Equine Specialist
Relationship Status:
Married
Favorite Websites:
www.fayebrookfarms.com,www.spiritofeight.com,www.equineappraisals.ca
Tags:
Tennessee Walking Horse, Peruvian Paso, Tennuvian, breeding, training, evaluation, sales
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