Royal Legend Egyptian Arabians of Bryan, Texas was founded in 1985 with the beautiful purebred straight Egyptian gelding, J Prince Shahlima, a son of the world-famous Egyptian sire, TheEgyptianPrince.

Our Texas Horse Facility

Visit Our Bryan Horse Ranch in Aggieland!

Our close-in to Aggieland equine facility features a cold water fountain, air-conditioned tack room, guest restroom, and land-line telephone for our patrons and their guests.

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Ride with Royal Legend

Learn to Ride a Horse with Royal Legend Arabians

Driving Map to Royal Legend Call or text Lisa Robertson for appointments; 979-229-3622.

Royal Legend Arabian Horse Center
 is a full care all-breed boarding, training, and straight Egyptian Arabian breeding and sales barn in Bryan, TX. Located in the quiet Brazos County, Texas countryside just fifteen minutes from the Texas A&M University campus.

We offer horseback riding lessons and sales in many disciplines including; hunters, jumpers, dressage, eventing, general horsemanship, playday events, western pleasure, trail, as well as Arabian Hunter, Arabian Sporthorse, and Arabian Western pleasure.

We are one of the few training barns in the area that offers horseback riding lessons in hunter jumper disciplines, as well as dressage, and western riding, and suitable sales horses for every rider. We also offer the opportunity to show at both local open schooling shows, and Rated Arabian and Rated Open shows.

Our horseback riding lesson plans fit all needs and riding skill levels. We accept outside horses for consignment sales. Additionally, we offer summer horseback riding camps for kids and a summer training internship for adults (students may earn credit for internships with Texas A & M University).

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Ride an Arabian Dream

"Let us help you ride a dream!"

Royal Legend Straight Egyptian Arabian horse breeding program was established in 1985. I rode excellent athletes as a young hunter-jumper rider growing up in Germany but found horses with airy gaits and his type and quality were hard to find in the United States.

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