Edina Csányi




Due to personal reasons the farm in Nagykozár has closed its doors. Thank you for all the inquiries but I paused teaching western riding, too. Currently we are only breeding and in search for our new home.



My family has been fully supporting me right from the beginnings, when I was actively showing, then later when I was teaching on my retired show horses and now, when I am only breeding this beautiful breed. I cannot be thankful enough for these long and beautiful years. The farm was established in 2007. The name is coming after my father, who created our logo as well.


Quarter horses were love at first sight. I became so much interested that even my thesis' topic at the university was about certain heavy line breedings in the Quarter horse breed. I graduated there in 2003 as a breeder. In 2006 I was lucky enough to get an internship from AQHA and spend 6 awesome months in Canada at professional trainers, vets, breeders. The next year I imported two Quarter horse mares from the United States: she was the very first grullo Quarter horse in Hungary. Within a short time more followed: dun, black... So our motto was on the table already: Add some color to your breeding program!