However to really characterize the PVA breeding program, mention must be made of the many people whose lives have intertwined and supported the Pearsons View quest to breed and share truly beautiful Arabian horses. Without these people the journey would have been less rewarding and much less enjoyable. Proudly many of these people have remained synonymous with PVA since the 1970’s and 80’s.
Lyn Stead with her Sundari Stud and the child Dianne Lay-Hewat who nowadays with husband Denis own Byrnlea Park Arabians, have walked the original path and shared the initial passion from virtually PVA’s beginning. Several years later after Pearsons View’s move to Queensland the Waldron family’s Cearadale Arabians purchased a new beginning. In NSW PVA found a kindred spirit in Greg Egan of Myth Haven Arabian Stud, both striving to breed a similar personal ideal.
The achievement of interstate and local breeders who have purchased horses or used the PVA stallions is unquestionable and the results speak for themselves. All of these people have different goals and each one is successful in their own right. Most of all they have a like mindedness for integrity and loyalty. The deep conviction that a breeding program is never really finished, but simply keeps evolving is a strongly held belief by Don and Carmel. The stud is slowly winding down though the horses themselves remain a testament to all that is beautiful in the world.
Pearsons View has always drawn on the great bloodlines within the breed. Some of the favourites from the past are Hadban Enzahi, Ansata Ibn Halima, Kaisoon, Ghazal and Jamil, showing an obvious preference for a specific type. Horses such as *Sankt Georg RSI, Salaa EI Dine and *Asfour, combine nowadays with the blood of Ibn Moniet El Nefous, Tuhotmos, Ibn Galal, and Morafic to add a variation on the theme. These horses provide not just an historical perspective but a formula which now represents the very soul of Pearsons View.