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Reply Lars Prillaman
11:59 AM on December 18, 2016 

Just discovered Brabants a few days ago and I'm already considering adding them for our farm's growing horse-power needs. 

Reply Gayle Woerishofer
11:10 AM on March 20, 2016 
Thanks for letting me join the phone conversation last night. I appreciate all then information you gave me. Can't beleive Jason is so close to me! Hope to see his horses. Thanks again!
Reply Sue Jorgensen
4:17 PM on February 9, 2016 

Beth,

I am the Secretary for the Association, I suggest becoming a member ( on this website on the Forms page) for that $25 you get newsletters, the stallion issue, a membership list we have about 50 members you can see who lives near you there are several.   We have monthly telephone conference meetings where we actually talk to each other and can exchange information about what horses are available etc.

Do you already have horses or have you had horses and are you looking for a driving or riding horse.

Reply Beth Beverlin
6:17 AM on January 30, 2016 

Hello all! I am starting on my quest to aquire my dream team of brabants. I live in western New York. I am eager to find out more about this breed. Any info would be much apreciated. 

Thank you, 

Beth

Reply Sue Jorgensen
1:37 PM on November 2, 2015 

D2 says...
Daniel so happy you got a Brabant, we do not have a formal registration process at this time the only registration is threw the Amerian Belgian Corperation for purebred Belgian/Brabants.   Many of us have purebred Brabants but they are unregistered threw the ABC for instance mine has a registered sire but her dam is purebred with papers that were incomplete.  So my mare is unregistered but is technically purebred Brabant.   The Brabant Association recognizes Purebred Registered Brabant/Belgians, unregistered purebreds and percentage horses ( Grade) that exhibit the breed standard of Brabants.   We have embarked upon the long term goal of creating a herdbook and more than likely making a real registration in the future.  If you would like to be a part of this community we have an association that you can join which will provide breeders and owners list and quarterly newsletter with lots of fellowship!  Please look on our Facebook page or here in the Webpage to download the Association Membership Application for 2016   Please post in the forum on the herdbook section so we can track your horse for future inclusion into the herdbook!  This is available to every one member or not  we want to track all of our horses

So very happy to meet you!  Sue J

A quick question.  How does one register a Brabant.  I finally purchased one, so someone can email me at [email protected]

Thanks.

Reply My New Companion
10:01 AM on October 31, 2015 

A quick question.  How does one register a Brabant.  I finally purchased one, so someone can email me at [email protected]

Thanks.

Reply Daniel Dwire
8:53 PM on October 19, 2015 

After not being able to acquire the Ardenne horse that I wanted, I'm looking to adopt or buy a Brabant horse for companionship and capable of learning dressage, vaulting, or eventing.  I want a horse or two to grow with.  My experience has been working with horses in TN, specifically traumatized or abandoned horses.  It seems like just about any horse will come up to me the first time I meet them.  

I'm open to a mare or a gelding.  The big thing is temperant, ability to learn, calmness, and playfulness.

Email me at [email protected] or call me at 612-202-3622.

Reply jerry brown
8:39 PM on March 29, 2015 

am looking for brabant stud to cross with my POA mares prefer shorter 15hand range I'm located in So. In.

Reply Sue Jorgensen
10:46 AM on February 21, 2015 

Hi April, 

Welcome here I think you will find kindred spirits.  

This is a good spot to learn about the breed and see who is close to you, most of the socializing is on Facebook.  

I highly suggest membership if you intend on buying a Brabant so you can network with the breeders that have horses.   We hold monthly membership telephone confrences for networking and fellowship.   Please contact me if you have any questions. Sue Jorgensen

Reply April Roch
4:59 PM on February 18, 2015 

I'm keenly interested in learning more. I'm getting my own farm set up and I'm a passionate supportor of "organic-get-back-to-the-basics- way- of- life." I believe in community supported agriculture, organic food, and bringing back rare and neerly extinct breeds of farm animals and farm fowl.

Reply theamericanbrabantassociation
12:20 AM on October 21, 2014 

Scott Skrzypczak says...
If you are interested in Brabants there are quite a few posted in the Forum section or on Facebook right now 

I got linked in to this association website via the Northwest Michigan Draft Horse and Mule Association. I'm looking to get into farming with draft horses here in Northern Michigan and still doing research on what breeds would be best suited to what I would like to accomplish. Seeing the expansion of this site over the past few weeks is pretty cool and I hope to see more added. 

Reply Sue Jorgensen
3:59 PM on October 19, 2014 

Angela says...
Hi Angela, if you are seriously looking at this time there are several horses for sale that might meet what you are looking for,

Things to think about, are you willing or able to ship from back East it costs from 2500 -3800 to ship depending on many things.  I had some quotes that were less but you need to make sure that they are really checking the horses, are knowledgeable horsepeople, trailers that have the ability to bring your horse to you with the least amount of wear and tear.  Do they overnight if so where and how much extra for board.  Will they be shipping your horse in a double stall or single, 

If you can ship it will broaden your selection

Would you want to start with a weanling or yearling?  

If you only want a trained full grown horse the selections become very few and the shipping becomes more expensive because they take up the shipping room of two horses. 

What percentage, Brabant do you want?  There are many nice 50%, but you may need or want a 100% registered mare ( Ask me more if you want to discuss how registration works)

Another question I concidered when I was looking was if I were to breed her later are the stallions on the West coast related to her.

Sue Jorgensen


Hello everyone, 

Like most of you, I am a huge fan of the Brabant breed and would love to add a Brabant mare to our family. We live in Southern CA and have been searching for one for years. Any help would be appreciated. We could give a very draft horse knowledgeable an excellent home to our new mare. I have a 13 year old Percheron cross that is 19.1 hands tall and the love of my life. I've owned her since she was a foal and we would love another gentle giant to ride and love. Please keep us in mind if there are any out there. Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you so much. 

Reply theamericanbrabantassociation
11:40 PM on September 23, 2014 

Lorna Jean says...
 Lorna, thanks for visiting our site.  I suggest hanging out on the sites perhaps Rural Heritage or the Draft Classified sites might post a work wanted.

Hope to see you soon


enjoyed this website and learning about the breed.  I once had a Belgan stud colt for 2 years, and loved his mind and beauty.  Anyone you know that might need a hired hand? I wouldn't mind working with these beauties!  Thanks, Lorna Jean

Reply Lorna Jean
2:53 PM on September 23, 2014 

enjoyed this website and learning about the breed.  I once had a Belgan stud colt for 2 years, and loved his mind and beauty.  Anyone you know that might need a hired hand? I wouldn't mind working with these beauties!  Thanks, Lorna Jean

Reply Angela DeLegge
12:43 AM on September 13, 2014 

Hello, thank you for the response. I live in Southern CA. Keeping my fingers crossed to find my dream horse. :)

Reply Angela DeLegge
12:42 AM on September 13, 2014 

Sue Jorgensen says...
Welcome!I just bought a filly from the Dickenson's she has got to me yet I am still waiting on transportation across country. This is the place to find your Brabant. What part of the country are you in?

Reply Sue Jorgensen
12:22 AM on September 9, 2014 
Welcome! I just bought a filly from the Dickenson's she has got to me yet I am still waiting on transportation across country. This is the place to find your Brabant. What part of the country are you in?
Reply theamericanbrabantassociation
12:07 AM on September 9, 2014 

Welcome Angela, you have come to the correct place, the website is just getting off of the ground so it is still a little slow, but the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-American-Brabant-Association/394114694059588

It is very active now.  If you become a member we have monthly phone conference meetings that are an excellent place to meet other Brabant owners and find out what is for sale.  The download and print form for membership is on this website.               Hope to hear from you soon.  

 Sue J.  Admin

Reply Angela
1:32 AM on September 7, 2014 

Hello everyone, 

Like most of you, I am a huge fan of the Brabant breed and would love to add a Brabant mare to our family. We live in Southern CA and have been searching for one for years. Any help would be appreciated. We could give a very draft horse knowledgeable an excellent home to our new mare. I have a 13 year old Percheron cross that is 19.1 hands tall and the love of my life. I've owned her since she was a foal and we would love another gentle giant to ride and love. Please keep us in mind if there are any out there. Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you so much. 

Reply theamericanbrabantassociation
11:56 PM on March 15, 2014 

Scott Skrzypczak says...
Hi Scott sorry for the lack of attention lately, In my personal life I am moving 17 hours each way with all my stuff and livestock so the site has taken a little back seat.  What are your plans for the future with horses


I got linked in to this association website via the Northwest Michigan Draft Horse and Mule Association. I'm looking to get into farming with draft horses here in Northern Michigan and still doing research on what breeds would be best suited to what I would like to accomplish. Seeing the expansion of this site over the past few weeks is pretty cool and I hope to see more added. 

Reply theamericanbrabantassociation
11:54 PM on March 15, 2014 

Susan says...
Great story Susan Z I found the Brabants threw a friend who had a BLM branded mare, but she looked just like a brabant red roan with moderate feathering.  She was the best horse for beginers. 

I was introduced to the Brabant breed rather by accident, but now I'm hooked.  In 2010 I was Just shopping around for a possible team mate for a 3/4 draft cross I'd been driving single, I found a little blue roan filly for sale close to me, only 90 miles.  I researched the breed a bit, and made arrangements to go see this filly.  That's how it started.  We brought one home, and after two weeks, I called the seller, Brian, and asked for one more.  It took a while, but in 2013, we brought home two more.  I like the easy going laid back temperament of these horses.  They are very intelligent as well.  They are willing most of the time, but can have a deep stubborn streak that you cannot give in to, or they'll try to out think you every time!!   Thank you Wind Dance Farms for coaching us along and helping us paint this farm with one of my favorite colors!!  BLUE!!!   You can find pictures of us on my Facebook page or on the Northwest Michigan Draft Horse and Mule Association Facebook page.  

Reply Susan
10:03 PM on March 15, 2014 

As spring comes along, I think you'll see more added here.  Some things are still in transistion, like the Facebook page, but eventually there will be more posted here.  It's all a work in progress.  Thanks to Sue Jorgensen and everyone who have worked together to make this happen!!! 

Reply Scott Skrzypczak
12:14 PM on February 8, 2014 

I got linked in to this association website via the Northwest Michigan Draft Horse and Mule Association. I'm looking to get into farming with draft horses here in Northern Michigan and still doing research on what breeds would be best suited to what I would like to accomplish. Seeing the expansion of this site over the past few weeks is pretty cool and I hope to see more added. 

Reply Susan
11:10 AM on February 8, 2014 

I was introduced to the Brabant breed rather by accident, but now I'm hooked.  In 2010 I was Just shopping around for a possible team mate for a 3/4 draft cross I'd been driving single, I found a little blue roan filly for sale close to me, only 90 miles.  I researched the breed a bit, and made arrangements to go see this filly.  That's how it started.  We brought one home, and after two weeks, I called the seller, Brian, and asked for one more.  It took a while, but in 2013, we brought home two more.  I like the easy going laid back temperament of these horses.  They are very intelligent as well.  They are willing most of the time, but can have a deep stubborn streak that you cannot give in to, or they'll try to out think you every time!!   Thank you Wind Dance Farms for coaching us along and helping us paint this farm with one of my favorite colors!!  BLUE!!!   You can find pictures of us on my Facebook page or on the Northwest Michigan Draft Horse and Mule Association Facebook page.  

Reply Sue Jorgensen
12:55 AM on February 5, 2014 

Sean Mallinson says...

Looks to be working fine!

Thanks Sean if you can think of a topic to run some conversation in the Forums it would be appreciated I will set up some generics the next time I am working on the forum.  Thanks Sue


Reply Sean Mallinson
11:43 AM on January 31, 2014 

Looks to be working fine!

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Reply Sue Jorgensen
1:33 PM on January 22, 2014 

Jennifer says...
Hello Jennifer are you still keeping in touch if so repost here and I will get you intouch with all of us here at the association.  Sorry it has been a long time but we had no one able to run the website for an extended period of time and we are just getting back on track.

Sue Jorgensen ABA Media Rep


Hi there.  We recently purchased a Brabant mare named Mabel and were wondering if anyone knew of her.  We bought her from a farm in Texas that was supposed to export a group of horses overseas but the person backed out.  Mabel came with no paperwork or history of lineage/previous ownership, but being such a small community, I am hopeful someone will know her.  She is incredibly sweet and is quickly becoming a farm favorite.  The farm we got her from had two others...stallions...Fayard and Dexter.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Reply Sue Jorgensen
10:22 PM on January 20, 2014 

Hello Guests please make yourself welcome, ask questions or make comments.  

Reply Sue Jorgensen
9:52 PM on December 21, 2013 

ABA Dues for 2014 are due.   Newsletters and Monthly Association Meetings available.  Association Breeder Roster as well contact the Association Secretary Christina Dickenson for the current membership forms at [email protected]  Sue

Reply Jennifer
12:19 AM on January 5, 2013 

Hi there.  We recently purchased a Brabant mare named Mabel and were wondering if anyone knew of her.  We bought her from a farm in Texas that was supposed to export a group of horses overseas but the person backed out.  Mabel came with no paperwork or history of lineage/previous ownership, but being such a small community, I am hopeful someone will know her.  She is incredibly sweet and is quickly becoming a farm favorite.  The farm we got her from had two others...stallions...Fayard and Dexter.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Reply Tim Kesler
2:19 PM on August 21, 2011 

Karen Gruner, would you happen to be bringing along some of the breed promotional materials to Medford when you come out?  We'd be interested in the DVD, some t-shirts a cap or two... And as soon as we get a picture or two we'll post it in the ID picture box. Thanks! Hope to meet a lot of people out there!

Reply Norm & Trish Brown
6:21 AM on June 30, 2011 

Elisa Gonder says...
Chet Johnson, please give me a call. I think we've got just the pair you are looking for. 919-736-4857 or [email protected]

Reply Julia Depp
11:25 AM on February 2, 2011 

that is too far away for me

Reply Julia Depp
12:37 PM on January 30, 2011 

interested in a couple brabants near michigan 

Reply Richard Kennedy
4:24 PM on December 26, 2010 

Also interested in other information/texts on Brabrants.  If anyone has information on breeders (name/address) in southern Missouri or northern Arkansas I would likewise appreciate it. 

I might add that although I like the Percheons, like most draft breeds they have genetically moved toward a leggier show horse rather than the blockier stance of 50 years ago.

Reply Richard Kennedy
9:20 PM on December 20, 2010 

Interested in two young Brabrants in this coming year.  Hope to have fencing completed by March.

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I am looking for horses with Brabant blood in them. Anyone especting foals this year or even next year with Brabant blood in them? Gina Cervantes email [email protected]