Who We Are

About Hagale Family Arabians

Our passion from the past, now our Family Mission for the Future...

Hagale Family Arabians, though a newly established farm, is not new to the Arabian Horse Industry.  Once owners and promoters of the great Mamage, the Hagale Family found their love for Arabian horses over 20 years ago, when their children were youngsters eager to show and compete with their Arabians.

Now, both Jim & Mary Martha Hagale find themselves as grandparents, with their once, horse-crazy young girls, now having children of their own, and eager to participate within the Arabian horse community once again.

They have just re-started their breeding program that will now be operating out of their new 100-acre farm in Springfield, Missouri. They have bred some of their acquired mares to SF Aftershoc+ for 2020, but have also bred to some outside stallions, both Arabians and Saddlebreds. 

Owner of a Black Angus breeding business as well, Jim is no stranger to developing a successful breeding program. “We’ll be looking for the best genetic matches of stallions and mares – matches that capitalize and even improve upon the strengths of each,” he says. “Our goal is to make sure we deliver quality foals to
the industry.”  

Whether it’s showing, breeding or supporting the Arabian community, Jim, Mary Martha, Jennifer and Jamie are committed to doing everything in a quality way. 

“We are really looking forward to making contributions to the Arabian horse breed,” says Jim. “It’s so exciting for our family to be a part of this community again. We’re looking forward to catching up with old friends and making new ones as we start this new adventure.”■

20
years of passion for

The Arabian Horse

Who We Are

Hagale Family Arabians

Our passion from the past, now our Family Mission for the Future...

Hagale Family Arabians have resumed their breeding program and will now be operating out of their new 100-acre farm in Springfield, Missouri. They have bred some of their acquired mares to SF Aftershoc+ for 2022, but have also bred to some outside stallions, both Arabians and Saddlebreds.
 
Owners of a Black Angus breeding business as well, Jim Hagale is no stranger to developing a successful breeding program. “We’ll be looking for the best genetic matches of stallions and mares – matches that capitalize and even improve upon the strengths of each,” he says. “Our goal is to make sure we deliver quality foals to the industry.”

Whether it’s showing, breeding or supporting the Arabian community, Jim, Mary Martha, Jennifer and Jamie, are committed to doing everything in a quality way.

“We are really looking forward to making contributions to the Arabian horse breed,” says Jim. “It’s so exciting for our family to be a part of this community again. We’re looking forward to catching up with old friends and making new ones as we start this new adventure.”

 

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Hagale Family Arabians

Meet Our Team

Jane Doe

Farm Manager

20 Years of Arabian Horse Experience

Julie Doe

Breeding Manager

Graduate of MSU Equine Program

John Doe

Trainer

APAHA Horseman of the Year

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