Congratulations to Tasis Farm Arabians
Late in the 2009 foaling season, Tasis Farm Arabians were blessed with a big, beautiful liver chestnut filly out of their mare Shaizia (Simeon Shai x Blu Ziaa). Go to our Foals Page to see a photo of this dynamic, extremely correct little girl!
With Much Thanks
We would like to extend our gratitude to the many mare owners who booked breedings to Intuishahn in 2009. Thank you for making this Intuishahn's best breeding year to date! More than ever, we anticipate an amazing foaling season for 2010. Can't wait to see those beautiful babies!
Michigan Breeders Futurity Auction
Congratulations to Harvey Arabians on their successful bid for a 2008 breeding to Bey Intuishahn E!
We would like to thank the wonderful mare owners who purchased breedings to Intuishahn within the 2008 breeding season and congratulate the proud breeders of the 2008 foal crop. We are grateful for your confidence in Intuishahn and trust that your beautiful foals will fulfill all of your dreams.
Foal season is just around the corner!
Justin and I would like to extend a warm thank you to everyone that booked breedings to Intuishahn in 2006. Like you, we eagerly anticipate what the 2007 foal crop will bring. We can't wait to see those beautiful babies!
CW Horses find new homes!
In late 2005 we sold CW Tritanium to Lisa and Bill Coverdale. We bred Tritanium for the race track, but when Lisa discovered him, she just knew she had to have him for endurance competition. Lisa actively competes with Ty in endurance and gets a kick at the head turns he gets out there on the trail. He's so big and beautiful, people can't help but admire him (Lisa and "Ty" eat up the attention). Bill is always out there at the competitions, supporting Lisa and his buddy Ty. We're so happy that Lisa and Bill were able to find a life long love and friendship with Tritanium!
We would like to congratulate our new friends, Rex and Shari Monroe, on their purchase of our beautiful Aza Destiny granddaughter, Gazza’a Destiny (otherwise known as “Sahara”).
Shari enjoyed riding horses as a young girl, a pleasure she used to share with her father on the weekends at a local equestrian facility. As the years progressed, “life” took over (marriage, children, career, etc.) and owning a horse simply wasn’t an option, though it was a dream Shari held on to, keeping faith that someday it would come true.
Shari lovingly refers to Sahara as her “little miracle” and we are delighted to have had a part in helping Shari’s life long dream come true.
We wish you and Sahara years of happy trails!