Ryan Arabians is proud to announce that Lechscaliber is now in training with Thel Marquez at Demaraz Farms Arabians in Daytona Beach, Florida.

We are very excited about his continued progress and this new phase in Cal's performance career.




Lechscaliber was Top Three Sport Horse in Hand Stallion at the Region 12 Championships in Perry, Ga. in May of 2006

   Lechscaliber is shown here with Alan Ryan winning in the Amateur Championship at the AHAF Spring Fling in Tampa in 2006. Cal (*Lech PASB x Savannah MT) also won the Open Arabian Sport Horse in Hand Championship.



*Lech featured in new Arabian Horse Association Ad Campaign
February 02 - 2005
49th Scottsdale Arabian Show Chooses *Lech for Ad Campaign
*LECH photo used in 2004 Scottsdale Show Ad Campaign This year the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona, in search of “The most breathtaking image of an Arabian Horse” chose a recent portrait of Ryan Arabian’s own *Lech PASB. The skillful lens of Suzanne Sturgill captured this inspiring photo of the pure Polish Arabian stallion as he romped in the pasture. Sturgill is also credited with the creative graphic artwork in the print advertisement.

The color full-page ad was featured in Cowboys & Indians Magazine, Horse Illustrated and America West Magazine. It also appeared on illuminated billboards in terminals throughout the Phoenix airport and in daily newspapers in Arizona.

*Lech PASB was bred at the Michalow stud and named after Polish President, solidarity leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa. By coincidence *Lech began his brief yet promising show career in Arizona, taking the Junior Colt Championship at the Southern Arizona All Arabian Charity show in Tucson his first time out as a 2-year-old. *Lech went on to sire dozens of foals before a complicated custody battle left him without proper registration. Injury and hard luck followed him for more than a decade, and chased him into starvation and eventually to the brink of death.

By a strange twist of fate, *Lech PASB was discovered in Florida and taken in by Nancy and Alan Ryan of Wesley Chapel, Florida. Tough detective work and the passionate aid of leaders and experts in the Arabian Horse Industry helped determine *Lech’s true identity. Luck and incredible timing reunited him with his rightful name.

Officials with the Scottsdale show selected the stunning Suzanne Sturgill image of *Lech because it aptly illustrates the incredible beauty, strength and stamina of the purebred Arabian horse.

February 29 - 2004