About Jacana Farm


Double K Ultimate Grand


Our
Mares


Our Other Horses


Some
Progeny


The
"Furkids"


Special
Mention


In Loving Memory


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Welcome to the Jacana Farm Website

 

 Located in the beautiful countryside of Franklin NZ, is Jacana Farm.   Breeders of Paints, Pintos and Quarter Ponies.

 

Our stunning Australian imported paint stallion Double K Ultimate Grand has already proven his worth as a great producer with quality foals over any breed of mare.  A classy stallion with exceptional disposition and winner of many Champions, Grand Champions and HOTY awards.

 

Though we only own a small broodmare band, we aim at quality not quantity. Our mares have been selected for their conformation, temperaments, bloodlines and overall disposition.  Resulting in progeny with fantastic temperament who are trainable, quiet, sensible and suited for all disciplines including western, dressage, showjumping, pleasure and halter.

 

We hope you enjoy your visit to our home on the web and be sure to check back often for any updates!

 

We invite you to browse through our site and welcome any questions or comments.


History

Previously based in New Zealand as Double Divide Farm, we have been very proud and privileged to own and breed some amazing and stunning coloured horses including Find 'N' Nemo, Jst 'N' Illusion, Inkspot & White Satin. 

The stunning black/white gelding Inkspot started our love for the coloured horses.   "Indy" was later followed by "Nemo" who arrived to us as an untouched weanling.  Our most successful mare has been Jst 'N' Illusion "Pastel" with whom we won two of the most prestigous pinto awards in NZ. 

2006 Pinto Horse of the Year title at the Kelt Capital Horse of the Year Show
and the
2007 National Champion Pinto title at the New Zealand Pinto Horse National Show.

In 2008 we decided to move to sunny Queensland and sadly we made the heartbreaking decision not to bring Pastel with us.  She had recently been diagnosed with the hoof disease Navicular and the hard dry ground in Australia would just cause her more problems. 

We did though bring across our darling baby Nemo, who has settled here very well. 

In 2015 we made the big move back to New Zealand due to family commitments and our treasured animals being affected by paralysis ticks.  We are happy to be home in safe NZ.

 

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