Like the pioneers who settled the rolling Pennsylvania hillside three centuries earlier, Mary Alice Malone, pioneered the American sport horse breeding industry, importing some of the finest breeding stallions and mares from Germany, Poland, and Holland, and accomplishing in 25 years what took centuries to develop in Europe.
Preserving a large part of the historical region with most of the 400 acre farm, in a private land conservancy, a large band of broodmares, and an evolving stallion base, live a happy life. Breeding top quality warmbloods to their own mares, and to the mares of their clients, Iron Spring Farm has created a legacy unprecendented in the American Sport Horse community.
As Iron Spring Farm celebrates its 25th year in business, they have produced a total of 9 Approved Sons, 4 Preferent mares, 39 Keur mares, 178 Star mares, 405 Stud Book mares and 260 First Premium foals to date. They have set standard and developed an enviroment for the success of the breeding industry in America, which has no doubt contributed to the overall success and growth of the country's strengths in international sport.
Explore their website to learn more about Iron Spring Farm, Stallions, and horses for sale. This beautiful website provides news, results, and excellent links.
Stallions Up for Stud
A small selection of Iron Spring Farm's 2005 elite collection of sires at stud
Dutch warmblood by Dublin - Devon Breed Show Grand Champion
- Sir Sinclair
Dutch warmblood by Lord Sinclair - USEF/Market Reserve Young Horse Champion
Dutch warmblood by Contender - KEUR Stallion - HLP Champion
- Judgement ISF
Dutch warmblood by Consul - Crown - international show jumper
- Erik 351
Friesian stallion by Jelmar - Competing at Prix St Georges level
- Goffert 369
Friesien stallion by Reitse - International Grand Prix dressage horse.
Photo copyrighted: Jacob Melissen