Paradise’s customer-related breeding career will commence in the Spring of 2014.
In the interim or in addition to our upcoming breeding program, if you are searching for a well-bred, professionally trained and handled full Egyptian Arabian, we will be pleased to introduce you and yours to Gary and Wanda Kenworthy, Paradise Arabians, Ltd, located in LaFayette, Georgia, USA. This is the breeding farm that our stallion originated from.
They are, by far, the most-gentle people that we have ever met. They and their family treat each animal with the utmost respect resulting in their horses, both mature and foals, as having a calm demeanor and holding a positively open attitude to their new life with their new family. You are welcomed to visit their website through the following link: PARADISE ARABIANS.COM
In the Spring of 2014, our stallion, “Paradise” will be making his debut stallion offering.
Paradise is light bay in colour with a super quiet temperament and a solid conformation. Paradise is an extremely handsome stallion who has an impeccable pedigree. He will mature to approximately 15 hh – he will pass on his beauty, noble fineness and agility – a perfect match to your breeding program that is tailored for youngsters or mature adults who are searching for a foal that will be agile, quiet, loving and an abundance of stunning beauty.
Paradise will also offer his gracefulness to any breeding program of any breeding heritage. Please refer to the below reflected pedigree, as well as, pictures of his parents:
Paradise Show Trotting
Paradise Standing Front View
Paradise Close Up
You are welcome to schedule a farm visit to view his beauty and calmness, as well as, place your name on our 2014 Breeding Waiting List. Our introductory stud fee is $1,200.00 and the daily mare care cost is $20.00. GST and PST are extra. Advance proof of up-to-date inoculations are necessary prior to mare delivery.
Please indicate your interest through our Farm Visit and Foal/Breeding Deposit Form.
Our Breeding Contract is in the design phase and will be ready prior to the 2014 breeding season.