The Marwari horse today is descended from the splendid war horses that served the ruling families and warriors of feudal India, throughout and from the beginning of that country's history. Their status was unparalleled, as they were declared divine and superior to all men, including those of Royal blood. Accordingly, only the Rajput families and the Kshatriyas - warrior caste were permitted to mount these exalted animals.

Today the breed is once again achieving eminence after over a century of twilight status due to the Imperial presence of the British and further, the new Indian democracy.

The Marwari horse, as the most potent symbol of the warrior Kings somehow survived wholesale slaughter, castration and fearful ignorance during the troubled times preceding Independence and for several decades later. It is thanks to the surviving Rajput families and horse lovers from all communities that the resilient and beautiful Marwari has emerged from the shadows onto a bright and hopeful future and out of the threat of extinction.




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We are honoured to present some of the best horses in the country. Our primary breeding stable is based at Dundlod Fort, Shekhawati, Rajasthan , with a sister base on the Island of Chappaquiddick, MASS, USA. Together they form the largest nucleus of this breed, and we are the first breeders of the Marwari horse to have exported them successfully out of their country of origin.

Currently we have six horses in the USA with several more due later in the coming years. We anticipate exporting a maximum of 10 a year for the foreseeable future.