Adandy Farm is owned and operated by Cathy Vincent.

We have been in the Arabian horse business since 1967 and are used to providing top notch services to all our clients. Our first class facilities include 60 stalls, an indoor walker, a large indoor arena, a new breeding facility, four ready rooms and two wash rooms -- all under one roof.

 

We train Arabians and National Show Horses in English, Hunter, Halter, Western and Driving with an emphasis on amateur riders.

 

The Adandy Farm team has produced dozens of National Champions in Open and Amateur, both in Performance and Halter!

 

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Profiles

  • Cathy Vincent
  • Alayna Mala
  • Megan LeDuc
  • Sergio Morales

 

CathyandGitarCathy has been training, showing and breeding Arabian horses for over 40 years.  With her focus on Arabian’s she and her amateur exhibitors hold countless Regional and National titles.  A highly acclaimed and respected horse woman her dedication and commitment to the Arabian breed are unsurpassed and are a testament to her qualifications

Cathy Vincent holds her Large “R” Registered USEF licensed judge. She has been judging horse shows throughout the world since 1984.  Her experience includes judging National Championships in the U.S., Canada, Brazil and Israel.  She has also judged nearly every Regional championship show across the country, as well as Scottsdale.

Her vast knowledge and experience provide exhibitors with a solid review of their performance. Cathy combines thorough knowledge of the standards, rules and regulations, in conjunction with attributes such as quality, type, presence, performance and presentation.
Cathy and Adandy Farm have been small breeders for several years. Not only breeding National Champion English performance horses but also high quality halter horses as well.

Cathy and her team have a very successful marketing program for any discipline of Arabian Horses. We have marketed and sold millions of dollars’ worth or horses over the last several years.

 

Alayna MalaAlayna Mala and the Mala family have been long time clients of Adandy Farm. She was born with a passion and the desire to be close to horses.
The second daughter of Gary and Sheryl Mala, Alayna began her show career at the age of 8 where it was quite apparent that she was destined to be a horse woman.

They purchased a three year old Half-Arabian mare, Young n Hot, from Adandy Farm when she was nine years old. From there her show career took off! She won countless Regional titles with the young mare, and it was obvious she had been bitten by the “horse bug” and was never to turn back.
Alayna graduated a year early from high school to move to Adandy Farm in 2009 where she has been a valuable addition to the program.

She excelled as an amateur winning many Regional and National titles. She has now moved into a professional position on our farm.
Her responsibilities are endless. She is Cathy’s personal assistant, the booking agent for Mom’s Place Bed and Breakfast as well as running the office on the farm.

“She is a gift from god” and we wouldn’t know what to do without her presence on the farm. As Cathy would say, “she’s a keeper!”

 

Megan LeDucMegan LeDuc is the newest member of Team Adandy, joining us prior to U.S. Nationals in 2016.

Megan's passion has always been horses and she has worked with Morgans and Arabians all of her life. She was born and raised in Chesterfield, Michigan and graduated High School in 2010.

We are thrilled to have her as an addition to our wonderful team!

 

 

 

 

sergio 2012 Sergio came to Adandy Farm somewhere around 2000. He Hold many important jobs at the farm. He heades up our breeding operation. Conditions the young horses, and keeps Adandy Farm in beautiful shape all year long.

There is nothing that he cannot do and will go to great lengths to "get the job done!"

 

 

Adandy Farm

Cathy Vincent

13450 Adandy Farm Ln
Greenwood, Delaware

302-349-5116

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