Stowe Arabians  

Breeders of Al-Marah/Crabbet-bred Arabians         

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About Us

Doug Wilkins and Khala Zhar in 1960.


Pam Stowe

  • Horse Show Judge 
  • Experienced horsewoman 
  • 4-H advisor for over 25 years
  • Pedigree hound
  • Breeder of Arabian horses

Eric Stowe

  • Understanding husband and father of certified horse nuts
  • Very adept at building and repairing stalls
  • Avid outdoorsman
  • Breeder of Arabian horses

Pam's parents, Jim and Wilma Wilkins, were the first owners of an Arabian horse in Springfield, Ohio, back in the early 50's.  Their foundation mare, Khala Zhar, produced many champions including a mare by the Selby Stud stallion, Idol, named Khazol who was trained by Victor Kerr and shown by both Pam and her brother, Doug Wilkins.

Arabian horses have been an intregal part of our lives for over 30 years.  We have enjoyed all aspects of the horses including trail riding, showing, and breeding. 

But it wasn't until a visit with Bazy Tankersley several years ago that Stowe Arabians was conceived.  A goal was created to breed the finest Crabbet-bred Arabians with beauty, type, and family dispositions.  The Arabian that others would want to own too.

We really enjoy the athleticism of the Arabian horse which is why we enjoy the working western aspect.  To watch these great creatures rein and maneuver with barely a hint of human interference is the epitome of this magnificent breed.

Now, under the guidance of Bazy Tankersley and Al-Marah Arabians, bloodlines so important to Pam's parents are becoming an important part of the future of Stowe Arabians. As we continue to strive toward our goals, we are pleased to be mentors to help others in their journey with the Arabian breed.

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