The Curly, is a rare, very rare horse... whose hair is hypoallergenic! The breed's full name is North American Curly Horse. You will find it also under the name "Bashkir Curly", which is obsolete.
The Curlies are so endearing that many call them pet horses. Their extraordinary character and natural gentleness are legendary.
The original Curly is often small and rustic in shape. We are part of a small group of breeders dedicated to breed mostly sport type Curlies, which are larger and more balanced proportionally, while conserving the marvelous qualities which make the Curly the exceptional breed it is.
Our breeding stock is carefully selected and the foals born here reflect this quality. We attach just as much importance to conformation and to gaits as to temperament and disposition. Our horses are tender-hearted athletes and all our visitors attest to it!
The Curly is at ease in all fields of equitation. Obviously, its curly coat in winter makes it stand out. However, the Curly is also robust, very curious, intelligent and docile. Its elegant looks and its learning capacity are astonishing.
If you suffer from allergies to horses, tell us at least two days in advance before your next visit so that we can make the best arrangements possible for meeting with you as we also possess one "regular" horse which is, sadly, not hypoallergenic, so we will need to put him in a separate pasture.
Contact us for more information about Curlies or for any other questions (See also, Frequently Asked Questions).
Hints & Tips:
All our web-site's pages are made the same way and you will always find the tools for an easy navigation at the same place: on the left of the page to navigate from the menu or in the windows, carefully labeled, to get to the horse's photos album or pedigree page. If a link does not work, please let us know and we will repair that asap!
To send us an e-mail, just click the "E-mail us" button located under the menu, on the left of each page, or by clicking any e-mail link you will find at the top or bottom of each page.
All our pages are available both in French or in English. You just need to click the "En Français" blue button located at the right top of each page to switch from English to French, or from French to English.
I am sorry to admit that the French version is up-dated before the English one. But it is usually done on the same day.
This web-site is made of love and fun, but it is also my intellectual work. So, if you want to use, to copy or to down-load some texts or photographies, please ask for permission, I will greatly appreciate!
Thank you and have a nice visit!
«Hapiness often is the only thing
we can give without having it,
and we get it when we give it.»
|NEWS AND NO SO NEW NEWS!
Lots of changes since the last up-date:
Hamaluna is born! You can see her on the FOALS page!
Insy had her baby May 25th! Her name is HOZALEE and you can see her on the foals' page.
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NYMO has joined TAZ at Équi-Sens www.equi-sens.ca, where their natural gift for love, kindness and therapeutic skills will be able to operate their magic. Because they find their own hapiness by giving happiness to human in trouble...
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Since April 2016, Azarah lives in Switzerland where a wonderful family has adopted her as their own four-legged daughter. Azarah has traveled with Adana and Fée, each of them living now with their own new family, both in France.
Someone has asked us where is Chaïli now. She is happily living in Germany since May 2015.
Onni & Picola are back to Province of Quebec, where they will work as equine friends for a zootherapy program! Congratulations to Christine!
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We are on FACEBOOK too !
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I hope you will find interesting reading, enjoy the new pictures and take a minute to send us an e-mail, even if it is just to say hello, we love to hear from you!
And if you are interested on an other perspective of our pictures, do not hesitate to visit my personal blog (which is in French, but full of photos) at
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If you are interested to stay with us as a trainee (Internship), you should contact us the sooner the better.
We welcome trainees from April to October, every year.