Be a part of something Special… Straight Egyptian Arabian horses, with beauty in motion. Where “high” quality is our Standard!


We are a private farm located in Mid-Missouri offering high quality Straight Egyptian Arabian horses to the preservation breeder and equine enthusiast. We hope you enjoy browsing through our website; and welcome your questions and a visit by appointment. Please call Letta at 636-597-4023, to set up your visit today!

Text Box: We can think of
no bigger
adventure to live,
than creating something
that matters.

Cressant Hill Arabians ~ Letta & Jerry Smith  138 Ponderosa Dr.  Truxton, MO 63381 USA

636-597-4023  ~ 

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Cressant Hill Arabians

Cressant Hill Arabians

Text Box: 2016 Show Calendar

March 4-6, 2016 Missouri All Arabian Show in Lake St Louis, MO
Contact: RYAN CHAMBERS (314)717-7683
 March 6, 2016 Region 11 Trail & Western Riding Offsite Championships in
Lake St Louis, MO
Contact: RYAN CHAMBERS (314)717-7683 
May 13-15, 2016 NIAHAC Arabian Horse Show in Springfield, IL
Contact: RYAN CHAMBERS (314)717-7683
June 7-11, 2016 The Egyptian Event in Lexington, KY
     Contact: The Pyramid Society  (859) 231-0771
Text Box: June 2015 FARM NEWS

In Loving Memory…
I’m sad to announce the loss of my dear precious friend…The Mohave (The Minstril x Topheta by *Nagid), our beloved alabaster grey stallion for 23 memorable years, whom passed away on June 20, 2015.
He is greatly missed, and was truly a remarkable horse. Mohave sired 22 beautiful foals of all colors, including black; and 17 being fillies. His show ring career was very successful as well; bringing home many trophies and ribbons over the years. Mohave was proudly awarded multiple Show Halter Grand Championships and Most Classic Head wins; and was also titled an Egyptian Event USA Top Three Stallion!
Mohave will always be fondly remembered for his sweet gentle kind nature, refined exotic beauty and his dancing prance at a walk. He was the first to greet anyone that pulled up at the farm, and loved to lick my hand in greeting each morning. Those that knew him will remember how he loved to roll in fresh shavings each day after a stall cleaning; and how he was persistent about his stall being kept tidy.
I know we will be together again someday...but oh how I do miss him.
Thank you for being my teacher, my friend and my blessing.
We love you Mohave!
~ Your Girl, Letta










Mohave & Jingles Playing in Winter 2-2015