Black Arabian Horses
2008 homozygous black mare
Olivya is a Champion sired mare out of a Champion producer. She is a big moving, correct and pretty headed mare. Olivya is truly a gem...sired by our Champion stallion Thee Onyx, she hooks her neck and flags her tail when she moves. She has a showy attitude and is the watch dog of the farm! Paternal sister to our 2016 filly Opulence S through her sire, Thee Onyx, and a maternal sister to LR Breathless through her dam, LR Elana.
EJ Maestro x LR Elana
2003 heterozygous black mare
Breathless is a Champion Producer, out of a Champion producing dam. A gorgeous black son of hers was exported to Iran to head up a breeding program. She is very sunburned in the photo above but you can see her gorgeous extreme head! This mare is unflappable -- wonderful to work around and a fabulous mother. She and Olivya S are sisters through their dam.
Bred to Om El Najeeb Dream for a 2017 foal.
2016 heterozygous black mare
Opulence is aptly named and is Champion sired and out of a Champion producing mare. This filly was our last gift from our beloved Champion stallion, Thee Onyx, and will be an exceptional mare upon maturity. Like her siblings, she has inherited beautiful movement and flags her tail even at the walk! Her full brother was exported, so this cross can never be duplicated again. Paternal sister to Olivya S through her sire.
Photo of Opulence at five and a half months of age.
BST Nova x BST Jordan
2006 homozygous black mare
Sired by Champion producer BST Nova and out of Regional Reserve Champion mare BST Jordan. Nine crosses to *Bask with double *Ariston, Bey Shah, double Ali Jamaal and a Spanish bit of blood with two crosses to *Barich De Washoe.
Tora was on lease and produced an exceptional 2016 filly for Tamra Johnson in Florida.
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