Linda Berry's Equine Blog
"I was born near Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, but got down to Mississippi as soon as I could."
Linda Berry owns Reveillon Lodge Arabian Farm near Raymon, Mississippi, is an ordained Anglican priest (Kenya Province), and has been a consultant to US military senior commands in Washington and elsewhere for a number of years. She is now a college instructor in communication, resides near her children and grandchildren in Mississippi, and works in Christian television. She is a Preservation breeder of ancient Egyptian Arabian desert bloodlines of horses once owned by the royal stud in Cairo, now the EAO (Egyptian Agricultural Organization), including descendants of Salon du Cheval World Champion stallion Imperial Imdal.
Some years ago, in a fit of questionable sanity and already a grandmother, I bought an Arabian horse. Because I always wanted…