Our History: The Lervicks first fell in love with Arabian horses when Grandpa Arne Lervick purchased a gelding for their daughter, Tammy, in 1973. Over 40 years later, R.O. Lervick Arabians is still a strong, well respected name in the Arabian horse industry.
Farm owners Roger and Linda Lervick are natives of Stanwood, Washington. Roger Lervick is Chairman and CEO of Stanwood's family owned business, Twin City Foods, Inc., the largest independent frozen vegetable processor in the world.
The Farm: R.O. Lervick Arabians is located in the Stillaguamish Valley about an hour's drive north of Seattle.
The Arabian horse farm sits on 30 acres and features a main 50-stall barn with a 70' x 160' covered arena, three heated wash racks, four "ready" rooms, two heated drying rooms, and two tack rooms. Upstairs in the main barn are three offices, an apartment, restrooms, and a comfortably furnished viewing room that overlooks the indoor arena.
Surrounding the main barn are several pastures and paddocks lined with white board fence. A 12-stall mare and foal barn includes sophisticated breeding facilities and laboratory. Also on the premises is a 90' x 200' outdoor arena, covered bull pen and hot walker, a 10-stall overflow barn, a 60' x 80' hay storage barn, and 24-hour staff.
What We Do: Manager/Trainer Dennis Wigren has a long list of national show ring credentials in Halter, English, Western, Hunter, and Driving. Dennis enjoys assisting amateurs to reach their show ring aspirations. The farm staff consists of nine full-time employees including Breeding Manager Tague Johnson, and Facility Manager Mike Boggs.
The farm's goals are to:
Our farm is open to the public.
Dennis Wigren, Manager/Trainer
Cell: (360) 202-5934
Mike Boggs, Breeding & Facility Manager
3420 Silvana Terrace Rd,
Stanwood, WA 98292
P.O. Box 699
Stanwood, WA 98292
Talk to Us:
Fax: (360) 652-9615
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