Fayebrook Farms
  • Bawlf, Alberta
  • Canada

Fayebrook Farms's Friends

  • Allison Morris- "ASHA"
  • Kelly Williamson
  • Barbara Harris
  • Maryann Senecal
  • Don and Susan Noltner
  • Terry Lillian Newton
  • Susan Chandler
  • Pamela S. Watson
  • Iris Sarria
  • Elizabeth Potof
  • Douglas Francisco Sagastume Aquino
  • Sophie Rossen
  • Pam Johnston

Fayebrook Farms's Discussions


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I  am looking for a bozell as I am stating a young mare this spring and really want to start her in bosel.  I would also like to know if anyone would be interested in trading a 7year old mare out of…Continue


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Fayebrook is a small horse farm dedicated to preserving clean bloodlines in concert with the integrity of the breed and producing healthy athletic and versatile horses that are as fine-looking as they are functional.

The Peruvian Paso and Tennessee Walking Horses raised at Fayebrook Farms come from championship stock with a great mix of new and foundation breeding to obtain beautiful and naturally gaited horses. We train horses with a gentle yet firm technique that we have developed over a twenty year period. Our horses are good for pleasure or trail riding because of their smooth gaits, stamina and easy temperament. It is important to us that your horse will be an attentive, willing partner and companion on the trail or in the show ring. Yes, it is always comforting to have a nuzzle from time to time, but you want a horse to be polite and cooperative, as well.
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At 9:14am on May 30, 2010, Allison Morris- "ASHA" said…
At 9:55am on December 13, 2009, Susan Chandler said…
Welcome, we also have both Peruvian and Tennessee Walker horses. I have found similarity in their gaits. People in our area are more familiar with the TW horse and I enjoy introducing them to our Peruvians. They are always impressed with the termino of the Peruvian Horse. Our Ozark neighbors refer to them as those "fancy horses". LOL. My husband and I along with our family and friends enjoy trailriding and camping with our gaited horses. Glad to meet a like minded horse person. Susan
At 1:07pm on December 12, 2009, Barbara Harris said…
I totally understand. Barb
At 11:08am on December 12, 2009, Barbara Harris said…
Hello, Fayebrook, from the Heartland of the USA,

Thank you for the invitation.

I had the great pleasure of coming from Iowa to Alberta (a 1700+ mile one-way trip) twice in 2006. A friend and I took our home-raised stallion to Crescent Moon for training in March of that year, and my husband and I went back and picked LEC Nino de Soberano up in September after training. Alberta is a beautiful land.

I don't know very much about Tennessee Walking Horse bloodlines although my husband has a client who trains and brokers TWH very successfully. (My husband is an equine veterinarian with 42+ years of experience. Today is his 68th birthday!!!)

I am passionate about Peruvian Paso Horses. I believe they are the breed God has intended me to be with. I love all horses, but I don't have the connection with our QH's and Standardbred that I do with the Peruvians. I am hoping in the next year that we find new homes for one more QH and our STB so that we'll have only our Peruvians and one old QH mare that was basically a gift to my husband from an old and dear friend who is no longer with us.

We are blessed with six Peruvian mares (three of which are in foal for 2010), a coming three-year-old Canadian-bred gelding, three coming two-year-olds, two coming yearlings, and my beloved Nino. We do not have an indoor arena, but I'm anxiously awaiting safe riding weather next spring to get the three-year-old under saddle. With God's help, he's already been ground-driven with saddle and crupper a few times, so he should "take" right to riding.

How did you become acquainted with the Peruvian Paso breed? Tell me more about your horses. I am always eager to hear from anyone who loves Peruvian Pasos.

Happy nickers from Iowa,
Barb Harris
At 12:51pm on December 10, 2009, Pam Johnston said…
Hello Fayebrook!!

Thank you for the invitation! We do come to Alberta in the summers for visits, so we will seriously be considering your invitation to visit.

Your mare sounds wonderful..are you a membger of the Alberta Peruvian Horse Club? They are doing a show at Olds next summer. It would be a good place to go with your mare. The contact person(s) are Suzanne Brown and Sherri Rosia. Both in Alberta and Kelowna for Suzanne. Suzanne is a member of PHW..you can contact her through her page.

We wish you all the best and great good luck with your mare.

Have a wonderful Holiday Season!
Best, Pam J
At 10:37am on December 9, 2009, Pam Johnston said…
Hello & Welcome to PHW, a great place to be and to share ideas, horse experiences and camaraderie.

My husband and I lived in Alberta for many years while we were active in the Peruvian breed. We retired to our home province of Manitoba but still keep in touch with fellow aficionados and the horse world. It is good to see more faces from Alberta joining PHW. Enjoy!

Best wishes,
Pam J
At 10:58pm on December 8, 2009, Fayebrook Farms said…
I am very excited to be here. I love my Peruvian Paso horses and want to get to know more Peruvian owners.
At 9:59pm on December 8, 2009, Laura Mesia said…
Welcome to Peruvian Horse World! We are glad to have you join us here and hope you enjoy the site.

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