Since the mid 1800's to present day our family has been centered around agriculture and being good stewards of the land in Nova Scotia and the southern Alberta area. The picture above shows Medus Bolduc (far left on horse back) with the harvest crew during the 1911 season. Being part of the sixth generation to grow up on this land in Southern Alberta has enabled me to venture into horses. Not far into my adventure I stumbled across the two founding horses of my breeding programs, an arabian by the name of Concept and Cupcake, a pinto miniature mare. My addiction grew as did my herd, acquiring some of the finest Arabians and Miniature appaloosas across North America, meeting many people who would become the best of friends along the way.
Our programs, both Preservation Arabian and Miniature consist of no more than 15 horses at any given time, we believe in quality over quantity.
We start our small groups of foals young, giving them individual attention and training from day one.
Our herds live out their lives raised on the prairies of Alberta. Roaming in large pastures, our horses are sound and conditioned.
The biggest thank you goes out to my family, especially my Grandpa & Grandma Logan. Without them none of this would have been possible.