eMDee ~ est. 1988
We have promoted this heritage breed through the production and sales of animals representative of the breed's historic type since 2006. We began to research the breed in 2001 and traveled to Eastern Kentucky in 2002 to learn through personal observations of Rocky Mountain Horses in Eastern Kentucky. Our breeding philosophy is to breed for sound conformation, correct gait, gentle temperament, athletic potential and intelligence. We believe these characteristics are key to maintaining the long term health of each animal, the satisfaction of each purchaser and the maintenance of this breed into the future.
We selectively chose our breeding stallion and brood mares based on these goals and for their complimentary and diverse genetic lines and sound health. We have only produced a couple of foals each year from our own mares, with the goal of conserving traditional Rocky Mountain Horse breed characteristics and providing early hands on training for each foal. Fury has also been crossed with a number of select Rocky Mountain mares owned by others over the past 14 years and has been proven to pass on his characteristics consistently. Many of Fury's offspring are pleasing their owners today on the trail, in the show ring, in other competitive events and as breeding stock for future generations to enjoy.
We contract Fury for outside breedings, by private treaty only. . Fury stands in Kentucky and has been kept at pasture with mares and foals (his own and the offspring of other stallions) for many years, so pasture breeding is an option but AI, cooled shipped semen and breeding in hand are available, as well. Please contact us if you are interested in breeding or have other questions.
We transport Fury to Park Equine, Paris KY for all collections. Once a contract is in place, unless pasture breeding or breeding in hand, arrangements to pay for their services will need to be made in advance of the planned breeding date. Derick Tipton of Tipton Mountain Horses in Stanton KY manages all of Fury's breedings and must be contacted regarding necessary mare care and scheduling for breeding, regardless of method, once a contract is in place.
…. beauty and intelligence
It is all in the genes!