The king of Midsummer Night's Dream

Open Your Heart
Prestigious black quarter-horse stallion by Lazy Loper 

Stallion is a word which conjures up images of flared nostrils, wild eyes and hooves impatiently stamping on the ground making clouds of dust! The stallion symbolises energy, power and rebelliousness! Its beauty inspires respect!

However, anyone who has ever seen it gently brushing up against a mare or patiently pushing away a brazen foal will see an animal which evokes gentleness and benevolence.

As with all our horses, our stallions live outside all year long and they live in groups whether it be with mares or only with other stallions (both groupings occur naturally).

They can therefore behave expressing all the depth and wealth of their personalities. This way of life also allows them to get all the physical, mental and emotional exercise they need to stay healthy and well-balanced which means they are respectful towards the mares and to people.

These animals are therefore happy and predisposed to a kind of inter-species friendship. They naturally become amazing partners running free or being ridden ready to in the adventures which are the incarnation of a Midsummer Night’s Dream.

To conclude, black horses have always held a special place in our hearts ever since that enigmatic first encounter with a horse in the mountains of Greece long ago up to the first foal born in our stables are the originators. It is therefore quite naturally that a Midsummer Night’s Dream should welcome into its midst a legendary black stallion.

Life’s mysteries and the most beautiful gifts of existence often come riding on the backs of a black horse…” Linda Kohanov.

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