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News from Highland Farm in South Carolina

Posted by highland , 12 February 2013 · 3,502 views

Diamond Sun is alive and well living with 5 of his sons. For many of you not knowing Diamond, he was bred by Annette Weber of Phara Farm.
To date he has produced:
2 gray stallions, 3 chestnut stallions, 2 chestnut mares and 1 bay mare.

The gray stallions are almost a perfect matched pair and for sale if anyone is looking for a potential driving team.
All the mares are available for on-site breeding lease.

As I've mentioned all the stallions have been living together which has caused them to be much calmer and happier horses. Diamond proved long ago that he wouldn't stay by himself after he cleared a gate to get back in with his pasture mate after he had just bred a mare.
He has remained the perfect gentleman with me and the mares while hand breeding which was one of the main things I was looking for in a stallion for my mares. He works with a regular halter and rope lead. No stud chain or other devices that I'd witnessed used on many other stallions.

The plan of the breeding program was to produce smaller gentle horses that had the classic beauty of the Arabian. The foundation mare band are of high percentage Crabbet bloodlines. I've found this combination perfect!

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