STALLIONS AT STUD
The following Phara stallions are currently available for public stud to approved mares only. 
 
The Phara Arabian: Golden Breeding
For more information on any of the stallions below, please visit their breeder's website.
Stallions listed by percentage of Phara blood.
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1991 STALLION - 100% PHARA

BURGUNDY SUN

Eclipse ofthe Sun x Rose of Fadl

Burgundy Sun is a rare black liver chestnut, refined and charismatic with the additional allure of a dazzling trot. Owned by Phara Farm / Located in California 

1997 STALLION - 100% PHARA

NOBLE BURGUNDY

Burgundy Sun x Nobleena

Burgundy Sun son out of a NW Noble Venture daughter who is out of BGM Sabrina, dam of Miss Burgundy Sun.

Owned by Oak Run Farm / Located in California 

1997 STALLION - 100% PHARA

WINGS OF GOLD

Burgundy Sun x BGM Sabrina

Full brother to Miss Burgundy Sun. 

Owned by Oak Run Farm / Located in California 

2016 STALLION - 87.5% PHARA HERITAGE

BURGUNDYS REIGNINGSUN

Burgundy Sun x Burgundys Rising Star

7th generation Phara Farm breeding and  the only triple son of the magnificent stallion Burgundy Sun! 

Owned by Oak Run Farm / Located in California 

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2015 STALLION - 75% PHARA HERITAGE

CALIFORNIA SUN

Burgundy Sun x The Sun Orchid

Extremely classic with a short head, low-set large eyes, amazing shoulder and a happy, loving disposition.

Owned by Belle Cheval / Located in California 

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2010 STALLION - 50% PHARA HERITAGE

THE EBONY SUN

Burgundy Sun x Kyobi Rihma

Black liver chestnut, 15 hands tall and a true gentleman. Beautiful under saddle, trained in the Art of Marialva,   

Owned by Belle Cheval / Located in California 

2012 STALLION - 50% PHARA HERITAGE

TRULY SUN GOD

Trussardi x The Sun Heiress

Pronounced jibbah, chiseled face, balanced body and spectacular movement. Like Lewisfield Sun God, Truie even posseses the rare copper penny in his blaze.

Owned by Belle Cheval / Located in California 

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