Foxville, a small (fictional) part of the big Big-Bend Nationalpark and the area our Ranch is located. My Family once decided to breed and care for the rare Dongola Horse (or Dongolawi), a Cameroon original. So, years ago, my family decided to move to the desert of Texas, to be able to offer an as similar as possible landscape to raise and train our horses. Just like Cameroon, this place is dry, hot and almost dead. Some coyotes and fennecs visit us from time to time.
My familiy, means my dad, my brother, his wife and myself. Our dad is the head of the family and works as financial genius with us. My brother and his wife are there for breeding and training the horses. I myself usually only train and compete with our beloved onces. Currently, we only have a hand full of horses at the barn, but this is just because the rarity of this breed. We try to get those horses from all over the world just to keep the breed alive.
Foxville's Mrs. Smith, our heartbreaking Gypsy Vanner mare with an outstanding character and high dressage potential. She's an energic, surefooted lady who'll make you falling in love with her in an instand. Stay tuned not to miss any news about her!
Foxville's official rankings: Cavallus Sims - here Equus - here
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2615 N 118TH STREET BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK TEXAS 79834