Stallion Station * Training * Boarding * Rescue & Rehabilitation
Proud to be a bit-free facility
As we continue in 2019, we again want to thank those who contacted us about using our stallions and mares this past year. We will be adding many more wonderful stallions and mares to our sire and dam lists, and to help you find some new prospects, look for NEW! in our pages.
Durraya Equestrian Center, located on sixty-five scenic acres in beautiful Southwest Washington, was started late in 2005. Though we are a relative newcomer, we are proud of what we are now able to offer the equine community. First and foremost at our facility is our stallion station, standing a wide variety of stallions from the best of proven foundation bloodlines. Our stallions are carefully selected for their wonderful temperments, consistant show ring performance, and impressive pedigrees, and their ability to pass their best traits on to the next generation. There are breeds for every program, including Arabian and part Arabian, Quarterhorse and Paint, Warmblood/Sporthorse, Spanish, including Peruvian Paso and Andalusian, and Gaited. Also included in our stallion line-up are Clydesdales, an Irish Draught, an Icelandic, and a Gypsy Vanner (who is now available to the public-please send inquiries).
We would be glad to arrange a private showing of our stallions. Please contact us with the date and time of your anticipated visit, and the stallion that you are interested in viewing. We can also send photos, extended pedigrees, and additional information upon request. Inquiries are always welcome, and appreciated.
Other services include private and group lessons for beginner to advanced, and assistance with training your horse from basic ground work to top level competitor in Western Pleasure, Hunter, Show Jumping, and Halter, both Stock Horse and Arabian. We also have boarding space available, including accommodations for draft breeds, with full care, daily turnout, and 24 hour security. Our clients can take advantage of our climate controlled tack rooms, indoor and outdoor arenas with enclosed viewing areas, and twenty-five miles of marked private trails, in addition to the public trails within easy driving distance at the state parks.
We are also active in rescue and rehabilitation, especially centering around racing Thoroughbreds, as well as fostering horses from other rescues in the Northwest. For more information about our rescue and rehabilitation program, please contact us.
If you would like more information, please contact us using the link provided above. We would love to hear from you!
This is a model horse website. Real horses are denoted with an (R) and are listed are for pedigree references only.
Last updated 06-10-2019