Sassy Fox Farm began as an idea for a farm named Enchanted
Arabians in the early 80s. My childhood dream of raising horses
began to unfold when I attended my first Trakehner inspection at the farm
of Judy Yancey. At that time only German inspectors came to the states
to grade the Warmblood horses. There was so much to learn and think about.
I was sold on the European idea of inspection of horses for breeding purposes.
After that experience I tried to learn as much as possible about breeds
and conformation. I am still learning today. Although I loved the Trakehner
breed I felt that they were too large for a smaller women and I wanted
to develop a Ladies horse for Dressage. Of course my favorite horse of
all time was an Arabian and I thought what a great cross. In 1989 I bred
my first Arabian/Warmblood cross. All my Arabian and Open Dressage friends
thought I was crazy. I was ahead of the times because today that is the
hottest new cross in the Arabian breed.