Miars Arabians Home About Miars Arabians Miars Arabians News Miars Arabians Stallions Miars Arabians Mares Miars Arabians Horses For Sale Contact Miars Arabians DeShazer Arabians Lyday Farms Sumerlan Arabians Two Silos Randi Clark, Beautiful Equine Images Pyramid Society MacKayne Arabians Welcome to Miars Egyptian Arabians! We are proud to present our Straight Egyptian Arabians for you to preview. Our broodmare band consists of the finest bloodlines from around the world, carefully selected for their genetic strengths and exquisite type. Located on 840 acres in the East Texas farmlands, we are readily accessible, just 90 minutes east of Dallas – Ft. Worth, and welcome your visit. We hold an Annual Open House and Seminar in the fall during the month of October, please contact us for more information. Please visit the rest of the website to learn more about our history, our goals our stallions, our broodmares and our sales offerings.  Our Farm – Bob and Sue Miars quietly reflect on their great beginnings...their beginnings which have opened many doors to everlasting friendships; their beginnings which embrace the supportive community involved within the Arabian community; and their beginnings to understanding a person journey on how one can fall so helplessly in love with the beloved Arabian Horse. Though relatively young in the industry, only when asked Bob and Sue will modestly speak about more moments of great beginnings...of the many moments of success which have led them into the winner’s circle multiple times with Unanimous Champions, Champions and Reserve Champions. Bob and Sue have attained an incredible understanding and knowledge of the Egyptian Arabian breed in just ten short years. The knowledge and understanding they have for success fully preserving this breed is something Bob readily attributes to Hank and Sandy DeShazer’s, Brandon Bryan and Susan Gilbert counsel. All serious breeders understand that as we grow in this industry, the thirst to embrace one’s vision, design and purpose can be all consuming. And, as the year 2006 unfolded, a new chapter began in the history of Miars Arabian Ranch...a chapter which embraced their individual imagination, their individual creativity and their individual innovativeness. “Our breeding vision today is not just for the show ring,” states Bob. The vision...Two yearling fillies, *Alfabia Halawa (Ansata Halim Bay x Sche’mon Ami) and *Alfabia Negmet (*Phaaros x Serene Ciai Dii) were purchased from Gigi Grasso, of Alfabia Stud; the mares Kaamiri (Imperial Al Kamar x AK Amira Asmarr) and Hajaa El Rashik (Ansata Ken Rashik x Andara Joy Amira) were purchased from Hand and Sandy DeShazer of DeShazer Arabians; and the mares, MB Maymaara (El Halimaar x Imperial Maysama) and Maymaara Maysam SA (*Farid Nile Moon x MB Maymaara) were leased from Susan Gilbert of Sumerlan Egyptian Arabians. A partnership of Imperial Maysama (*Imperial Madheen x *Imperial Imtiarah) was designed and developed between DeShazer Arabians, and Miars Arabian Ranch. The design...A lineup of international and domestic stallions were selected to breed the acquired or leased mares; *Amaar Al Rayyan (Ashhal Al Rayyan x Al Wajba Al Rayyan), *Laheeb Al Nasser (*Al Adeed Al Shaqab x Bint Saida Al Nasser),  *Hadidi (Norus x Hebet Allah), *Phaaros  (ZT faa iq x Bint Atallah), and Aziim Al Rayyan (*Amaar Al Rayyan x Imperial Maysama). The purpose...To diversify and create very distinct breeding families who will join the already successful breeding program of Insignia DeSha ongoing at Miars Arabian Ranch, Insignia DeSha has previously crowned Miars Arabian Ranch with multiple Champions, has been named the 2006 Egyptian Event Unanimous Chmpion Get of Sire and 2008 Egyptian Event Champion Get of Sire, as well as having sired both the 2005 and 2006 Junior Champion Fillies. The Ending...is no where in sight at this moment, and the plans for retirement, or days filled with golf and travel, have all but vanished. But we need to remember that great endings start with great beginnings, and it is a sure bet well known within the Arabian community as a whole...that if Bob and Sue Miars are involved...the commitment runs very deep.