Please note that as a full-service stallion station, Miner is dedicated to work with you and your veterinarian to get your mare bred with the least amount of hassle and drain on your wallet. Low fees and short-notice collections are our way of saying “thank you” for supporting the equine program at Miner. In no way does affordability mean less quality; you will receive top-notch service!
Paradise Morgans aimed to produce classic Morgan type with keen attention to pedigree details. Those goals have been brought to life by Canon who is just beginning his breeding career; his first colt and filly, out of very different mares, are representation of the mark he’s going to make upon the breed. The only foal out of the renowned park harness mare, Pastorale and by the incomparable UVM Springfield, Canon is a horse for the ages.View Certification
It is a “Privilege” to stand the 2014 World Champion Western Pleasure Horse at Miner Institute. By UVM Springfield and out of Nemours Celestial Lady, “Slick” is every bit the handsome, typey, trainable athlete that one would expect from this pedigree and he’s stamping that on his get. Privilege is hardly a flash in the pan horse; many regional and national titles were his over the years and he’ll do the same for your mare.View Certification
We can train your stallion to the phantom mount, collect semen, evaluate it, and ship it to contracted mare owners. Stabling available for the breeding season or on an as-needed basis. Semen freezing is also available.
Working closely with our veterinarian, the stallion manager, and mare owner, we’ll coordinate all the parties involved to get the mare bred at the right time. All pre- and post-breeding management and care is done right here to hopefully send mares home safely in foal.
Helping horse owners start their horses right is the goal of our training program. Specializing in establishing a solid foundation of the basics, we’ve worked with many breeds and launched horses’ careers in a number of disciplines. Owners are involved in much of the training process, from evaluation of goals to learning to work together with their horse.
For more information on any of the above services, or for rates and contracts, contact Karen Lassell at (518) 846-7121, ext. 120.