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Andy & MaryAnne Leroux


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Bonnyville, AB, Canada
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Been in the horse business since the late 70's. In the 70's we raised mainly quarter horses,but got into drafts in the early 80's-having purchased a couple of Brabant mares in PQ. From that point forward, we have raised Belgians and Percherons.  We now have several Brabant X mares and also a PB Registered Brabant -Bay Roan Stallion.

Blue Roan Stallion 003.jpgDraft colts 001.jpgDuke 004.jpg

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5 Comments

Reply Sue Jorgensen
12:29 PM on February 18, 2015 
Also the links portion of the page has some information on who has Stallions and is breeding however it requires some calling around. Currently trying to figure out if we will be able to post the stallion issue on line
Reply Sue Jorgensen
12:24 PM on February 18, 2015 
Andy and MaryAnne,
as far as a Stallion you should keep an eye out if you are willing to ship there are a lot of babies coming this year. I recommend joining the Association and you will receive a breeders list as well as the ability to be apart of the Association meetings once a month often our members who do not use the internet are available then.
Reply Sue Jorgensen
11:26 PM on January 29, 2015 
It's good to see people from Canada on here, there are a few others here a couple on Facebook and I think two members that don't do internet in Canada as well. I live in Washington near the border on 97
Reply Andy & MaryAnne Leroux
4:49 PM on January 6, 2015 
Colt on right is a 2yr old(in May 2015) & is a son of the Blue Roan 50% Brabant on left.
Reply Andy & MaryAnne Leroux
6:21 PM on January 5, 2015 
We are interested in purchasing a Registered Brabant Stallion-preferrable a blue roan, since our 'Duke' is getting related to our upcoming fillies.