Saturday, April 20, 2013

Horses Arrived in Amsterdam Today

We had the privilege of providing quarantine and shipping for six beautiful horses that arrived safely at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam this morning.  Many thanks to Etienne and Beatrice Caillaud for sharing their adorable Rocky Mountain Horse colt with us.  Thanks also to Beata Lugans for sharing her beautiful Arabian mare and handsome Arabian colt with us.  It was such a pleasure caring for these wonderful horses and working with their equally wonderful owners.  

Also in this shipment are three very nice endurance racing Arabian mares who are going to spend the rest of the weekend in Amsterdam and continue their journey to Kuwait on Monday morning.  Many thanks to Ahmad Abdullah, Kim Williams and your clients and friends for sharing your horses with us. 

Thanks are also due to our excellent grooms and staff.  Megan Moos, our manager, took them to the airport and ensured that everything went well along the way.   Ellen May and Jade House accompanied the horses to Amsterdam and Hans van Dijk will take the race mares on the journey to Kuwait.  You are a very important part of our business and we appreciate all that you do to ensure that horses are safe and well during their journeys.

We will fly horses to Qatar next week and then we will go to Amsterdam, Luxembourg and Saudi Arabia in the near future.  We are currently gathering horses for upcoming shipments to the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, India and the EU - so let us know if you have horses or donkeys to include in any of those shipping groups.  Spaces are filled on a first come, first served basis, so don't delay in contacting us.

We are currently seeking a part-time ranch hand to help with feeding, watering, cleaning stalls, grooming, helping with the veterinarian and farrier visits and other horse-related ranch chores.  If you have knowledge and experience working with horses and would like an opportunity to work with us, send an email to and tell us about yourself.  Qualified candidates will be contacted for a face-to-face interview.