Straight Egyptian, Domestic Bred Arabian Horses!
A little more about the folks at Ashley Creek....
Khysus Arabians was established in 1973 with the purchase of the Arabian mare, PJ Silver Kay. She has since earned the honor of Multiple Produce of Dam Champion, and is represented by four generations of breeding age mares on our farm. A second mare, AA Tyffany, with multiple halter successes and beautiful old Egyptian breeding, was also purchased. Both mares have served to make quite a lasting influence on us and our herd.
The stallion, AA Aly Khyzann, was purchased soon after. He sired 73 purebred registered Arabians in his lifetime. His is a life testimony to Travelers Rest Arabians, and his breeder, Margaret Dickinson Fleming. Through his living descendants, AA Aly Khyzann is tail-female to the only surviving descendant of Kaffifan through his daughter, *Mattaria.
As AA Aly Khyzann's daughters grew in number and became breeding age mares, a second stallion, SS Olympus, was purchased to compliment their uniformly genetic needs. He proved to have a predominant influence with his strong Skowronek linebreeding including two crosses to Ferzon, one cross to *Naborr and three crosses to *Serafix.
AA Aly Khyzann
(Taejon El Ajzaa x FA Sana)
The family tree of the Arabian Horse has many international branches. Our unity comes from our common deep roots. Although some branches are members of select breeding groups, beautiful Arabians are bred all over the world, and it is no wonder, for they share common ancestorial roots that unite them all.
There were great Desert bred Arabians of old, that influence us still today. One of these was Bint Yamama, tail female to Ghazieh. Her descendants have been represented through breeding programs world wide. This breeding element is a widely influential one in crossing barriers of international pedigrees. The Manial breeding Stud of Egypt provided foundation stock to the Weil-Marbach Stud of Germany, count Potocki of Poland and the Royal Agriculture Society. In the U.S., through the early imports of Dickenson, Babson and Brown. This breeding element is widely influential later through the likes of Gainey, Al-Marah and Shalimar, to list a few. They are the foundation stones of many select breeding groups, including the Pyramid Society. All carry much of the Bint Yamama influence.
We celebrate their passage into the 21st Century with dedication to the preservation of these foundation bloodlines.
Whether you are in the market for the genetic attributes for a specific discipline, breeding stock, or family trail companion, we would love to show you what we have available. Our offer to the Arabian Horse Community is Old World Quality for Old Fashioned Value.
We offer Straight Egyptian Arabians as well as Domestic Bred.
Located near Raymondville, Missouri
Here at Ashley Creek, we also have a few registered American Quarter Horses and Missouri Foxtrotters from time to time. Our horses are bred for disposition, structural soundness, and athletic ability.