Welcome to Soulwind Warlanders
Warlander, PRE, Andalusian, Lusitano and Friesian Cross Horses
A dream come true...
Warlander, Iberian and Friesian Breeding Farm. We are a very small breeding program with the intent to breed the most intelligent, majestic, healthy and well rounded dream horses imaginable. The horses in our program are hand picked based on health, disposition and correct conformation for their breed. Our breeding program was created from passion and the desire to breed the best Warlanders available, all of our horses are tested and clear of Dwarfism and Hydrocephalus.
We currently breed first generation F1 foals, second generation F2 foals and third generation F3 foals with all of the allowed Friesian/Iberian percentages.
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2022 Warlander Foal Countdown
Consentida's 2022 Warlander Colt
Born on 1/17/22
Julianna's 2022 Full Friesian Filly
Born on 3/20/22
Illusion's 2022 Warlander Filly
Born on 4/23/22
Amber' s 2022
Born in 6/13/22
Eva's Due Date
Fiona's Due Date
Gitana's Due Date
Get to know all about Soulwind Warlanders - what we do, our mission and our history. Soulwind Warlanders is a true dream come true. We are located at the base of the Blue Mountains in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. We believe that the best pre and postnatal care paired with consistent, conscious interaction is what builds on the foundation of a great horse. Our foals are raised in a herd environment, they are handled daily using skilled natural horsemanship methods and upon weaning they are ready to build a fantastic partnership with their owners.
Owner/Breeder/Trainer/Professional Horse Snuggler
I fell in love with horses when I was 2 years old. I remember the first time I got up on one like it happened yesterday. I was hooked from that moment on, they became a part of me.
From a few great ponies, a big retired draft mare, the occasional mule and a handful of wonderful race or cow bred quarter horses, I loved and learned from them all. The last 5 years I have been doing rescue and rehabs and learning training and communication techniques that go beyond what I was shown and taught as a young rider. The work is slow, it starts inside you and it produces a bond that changes you.
That work, the introduction to Friesian Part Breds and my desire to have a horse live as long and be as healthy as my 36 year old barrel mare, is what led me to Warlanders. I am excited to share this passion and help introduce this breed.