HISTORY AND PROFESSIONALISM
.The Paulson farm, now known as Joshua Estate Ranch, has been at it's current location since 1952, making 2020 our 68th year in Nebraska agriculture. Located in the fertile Platte River valley of eastern Nebraska, Seth Paulson Arabian Horses has been producing Arabian riding and breeding stock since 1988, and is the fourth generation of livestock agriculture in Nebraska. Seth Paulson earned a Bachelor's Degree at the University of Nebraska, a Masters Degree and a Ph.D. at Texas A&M University, all in Agricultural Economics with a specialty in Banking and Finance. He has also completed Colorado State University's Equine Reproduction classes in Stallion Management and Artificial Insemination.
2020 marks our 32nd year in Arabian horses. I have been involved in breeding and showing since 1988. I also served as Treasurer of the Arabian Horse Association of Nebraska (AHAN) for two years in the 1990's.
My horses have won numerous Champion & Reserve Championships, either under my showing, or by owners who have purchased my horses, all too numerous to list here.
BREEDING APPROACH & GOALS
The breeding goal of Seth Paulson Arabian Horses is to produce sound minded, trainable athletes who epitomize exotic type of the Arabian ideal. A foundation of mares based in Crabett, Polish, and Russian bloodlines is used to establish exotic type, to which outstanding stallions that fill those mares' needs are matched. Discerning what any particular mare requires to improve her offspring and the stallion appropriate to do the job is the demanding role of the Breeder. Seth Paulson Arabian Horses strives to perfect those matings.