Alphalea Arabians has operated from our 1000 acre sheep farm and the smaller 270 acre irrigation property in Brunswick near Bunbury, Western Australia since it was established in 1980 with foundation mares in foal from Mulawa – both daughters of Ambition – and later a colt, Kejome Kamil, a Crabbet Polish blend carrying Abiram and Summer Haze.
Kejome Kamil was a very successful show horse and sire of many Supreme Champion progeny and endurance horses.
Photo by Lusia
In 1989 I imported Pure Polish Vivo whose most notable son was Revel, an East Coast Championships Top 5 and NSW State Reserve Champion and WA State Reserve Champion.
Vivo died in 2002, Kamil in 2004 and Revel in 2010.
In 2005 I purchased a share in Australian Champion Sadiks Psyche who has contributed some wonderful progeny.
It is with some sadness but also pride that I announce the sale of Sadiks Psyche to a performance home with Melanie Welsh of South Australia where he will begin a serious career in dressage.
There have been other very sad losses, the most significant being the imported and rare Greengrove Sasha (Narim x Vnuchka) She thankfully left me a very tall athletic filly, Sashenka Lea by Adras Imp.
Unfortunately time catches up with us all and I plan to wind down the stud to a more manageable level.
A much-loved few who will remain will never be sold but my wish and intention is that all the others find suitable new homes in the not too distant future.
This of course means that I am offering for sale some superb horses, including the remainder of my stud mares. Click here to go Sales page