(Shah Azim x Wind Fame)
It's not just about a great body, but about a great mind as well!
2003 Show results:
We have the stallion looking for a few great mares. Breeding to outside mares will be limited do to his heavy show schedule. Contact John Tanner for further information.
How Zimbolic PGN +/ found us.
When we decided to start searching for a stallion, we clearly had a vision of what we were looking for. He had to be very conformational correct, he had to be big, he had to have large soft eyes, a purity face, a great neck, be athletic and smart. He had to be the type of horse we wanted to breed. An Arabian that had great eye appeal, that could win at halter, was very athletic, versatile and be very trainable. Trying to find the right Stallion was very difficult and we had almost given up until the right Stallion found us. Zimbolic's previous owner, Mary McCoy while On her way to the Canadian Nationals had decided she was going to sell Zimbolic Pgn+/ to a new owner after US Nationals, if she could find the right people to carry on his legacy. She then won her first Top 10 at Canadian Nationals on Zimbolic PGN+/.
The next stop before going to US Nationals was to take Zimbolic Pgn+/ home for a while in Wisconsin. They made arrangements to spend the night with a friend of theirs in Minnesota on the way Home. That friend was Corey James, our trainer. He encouraged us to come down just to see Zimbolic PGN+/ . "Not often you can see a Canadian National Top Ten horse up close". We had heard about him but Zimbolic PGN+/ being from California, we had never seen him. So we made the trip to Corey's to see this wonderful Arabian stallion. When they pulled into the farm after sixteen hours of driving they unloaded Zimbolic PGN+/ and he was a pure gentlemen that quietly walked to his stall and began to eat. After about fifteen minutes they asked if we wanted to see him under saddle. We were fine just letting him rest but they insisted on showing him off. Sixteen hours in a trailer then stopped in the middle of his feeding and he was unreal! We just watched him do his job perfectly. We stood in awe of the magnificent Arabian stallion. We had found our Stallion, or should I say he found us.