Welcome to Sturgeon Creek Arabians

We at Sturgeon Creek Arabians (SCA) have been breeding Arabian horses since 1984. We are located near Beausejour, Manitoba, Canada, in the heart of the continent.

We believe in producing an Arabian that typifies what the great Arabian horse was meant to be, the ultimate athlete. To that end, our focus is on line-breeding to the gene pool created by the offspring of PRIBOJ x TAKTIKA, and *SABELLINA PASB. Information about TAKTIKA and *SABELLINA PASB can be found on our Articles page.

We have used only the best Russian and Polish bloodlines to produce horses with great movement, sound and correct conformation, and willing attitudes. Our horses have proven to be outstanding in athletic competition.

If you are looking for an addition to your horse family, please take a moment to review our Sales page. We also welcome inquiries from people interested in horses on our Stallions page or our Mares page.

Please contact us as shown at the bottom of the page!

SCA horses excel in Endurance and Sport Horse competition

Sturgeon Creek Arabians Breeding Program Awarded Endurance Canada’s new “Award of Excellence”

Credit: Shereen Jerret

We are pleased to announce that Carl Fudge, Managing Partner at Sturgeon Creek Arabians in Beausejour, Manitoba, Canada received Endurance Canada’s new award, the “Endurance Canada Award of Excellence 2014, For Exceptional Contribution to the Sport of Endurance”.

The award was presented by Terre O’Brennan, Chair, Endurance Canada, in recognition of “Sturgeon Creek Arabians, Endurance Horse Breeder of Distinction”, on February 7, 2014 at the national equestrian governing body Equine Canada’s Annual Convention held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

To read more about the history behind SCA and this prestigious award, here is an article edited by Daphne Richard, Past Chair, Endurance Canada, Sturgeon Creek Arabians.

SCA-bred horses have travelled around the Earth, and well beyond!

In January 2014, 27 SCA-bred horses travelled around the earth (24,902 miles at the equator) in AERC-sanctioned rides. Since then, some horses we bred have continued to compete, and new endurance horses have begun their endurance careers.

For more details and ride statistics, please look at our Endurance page.

Cheryl Dell on Reason to Believe, Region 2
Championship, 2008
Myrna Cryderman on SCA Dartagnan representing
Canada in the UAE, 2002
Charlene Lewis on Mistanza climbing Cougar Rock
at the Tevis
Credit: Hughes Photography
9-year old Reese Blinks riding Personal Delivery in Sport Horse competition
Credit: Britt Roden

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