I have been involved with horses since as early as I could talk my mother into a livery stable ride, or ride my bike to the edges of the neighborhood with treats for whichever horses I could find.
My first horse, at age 12, was a Crabbet-Egyptian Arabian. She and I managed all sorts of excitement through my teens, which I am now too mortal to contemplate.
Once I was able to keep horses again, after a lapse for higher education, I established a foundation of Straight Egyptian Arabians, primarily of Ansata and Thee Desperado lines. And after the kids grew old enough, we added a few lovely Welsh ponies. For the kids, of course, really.
We enjoy the horses filling our lovely colorful Colorado pastures, and occasionally breed. We will occasionally have Straight Egyptian Arabians or Welsh available for sale.