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mccashIn August of 1998, we were looking for a couple of good riding horses when we discovered the exciting world of the Tennessee Walking Horses. First, we purchased two mares in Texas and bred them, then transported them to their new home at The Cukjati Farm in Franklin, Kansas. The Cukjati Farm, located at the southern edge of Arma and about eight miles north of Pittsburg, Kansas on Business Highway 69, was founded in 1912 by Great-grandfather John Cukjati. At it's zenith, the farm comprised approximately 1,000 acres that produced wheat, corn, oats, soybeans and cattle.

Since 1998, we have concentrated on breeding some of the finest flat, light or plantation shod horses in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry.

In 2006, we decided to return to Texas for many different reasons and began relocating to an 83-acre Coastal Bermuda Grass farm in rural Venus, Texas. Venus is a convenient 45-minute drive south of both Dallas and Fort Worth intersecting Highways 157 and 67. The farm is about two miles south of Highway 67 on County Road 213. Marilyn's love for horses began as a child growing up in suburbia Dallas, getting her first pony at the age of nine. In addition to caring for the horses, she is an avid photographer and artist painting in oil, acrylic and watercolor mediums. Joe's love for horses began as a boy growing up on the family's farm with personal riding horses as well as draft horses. He is now semi-retired after practicing for 34 years as the owner of The Story Road Animal Hospital and The North Irving Animal Clinic in Irving, Texas.

Marilyn Cukjati Joe Cukjati


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