Welcome to Hennessey Arabians

Thank you for stopping by, we are glad you're here. Regardless of why you're here, we have something for everyone whose heart is filled with passion and admiration for the Arabian horse.

Arabians are one of the smartest, most docile, talented and remarkable of breeds.  They are also one of the most misunderstood. 

That's why our 93-acre farm has been transformed into a peaceful, serene environment -- an idyllic place for this ancient and mystical horse to be bred, born and nurtured.

Our mission is to honor, cultivate and interact with Arabians, by providing an outstanding environment where every horse has the right balance of support and pampering.  From classical music piped through our stables, to special potions and ointments that keep our horses happy and healthy -- no detail is too extravagant, and it shows in the temperment of the award-winning horses that come from our farm. 

Whether you are interested in owning, breeding, showing or just enjoying Arabians, please plan to visit.  Our farm is open for those who want to experience it in person.

Please have a look around our new website, and let us know what you think.  We interact with every level of the Arabian community, and are dedicated to finding new ways to help this endangered breed flourish.

Thanks again,

The Team at Hennessey Arabians

If you are new to Arabians, we have answers.  If you're an experienced Arabian horse afficionado and want to Browse Our Stables, go right ahead.   

Recent News

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2015 On the Nest

Hennessey Arabians is proud to introduce the mares "On the Nest" for the 2015 foaling Season.

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Jaipur - Thank You

Thank you from the Jaipur Initiative

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Arabian Horse Days at Wilson Training Center

The importance of introducing the Arabian horse to the general public is something Mike and Peri Wilson of Wilson Training and Bloodstock are keenly aware of. They chose a beautiful weekend at their new farm in Sorrento, Florida to invite friends, clients, family and the local community to their First Annual Arabian Horse Days at Wilson Training Center. {read more}

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