• P.O. Box 110, Orange Lake, Florida 32681
    office: +1 352.591.4661 • rohara@windstream.net
  • Roxann Hart

    Roxann is a lifelong horsewoman who began showing Arabians in 1956. After graduating from Rollins College with a degree in business and economics, she combined her avocation with her vocation by establishing Rohara Arabians in 1968.

    Roxann is the general manager of Rohara Arabians, and is active in all areas of farm development, breeding and training. In addition, she shows in the amateur halter division, where she has won multiple Scottsdale, regional and national championships in Arabians and Half-Arabians, as well as the National Show Horse Registry’s national championship in amateur driving. She was named the Arabian Professional and Amateur Horseman Association’s Amateur Halter Horsewoman of the Year in 2003, and in 2008, with her husband Karl, she accepted the APAHA’s Breeder of the Year Award for Rohara Arabians.

    Roxann travels extensively to Arabian functions in Europe, Central and South America, studying breeding programs here and abroad. In recognition of her achievements, she was awarded the 2010 United States Equestrian Federation’s Ellen Scripps Davis Memorial Breeders’ Cup Award, joining a select group of horsemen representing all breeds. In 2011 Roxann received the Arabian Horse Time Breeders’ Choice Award for Breeder of the Year.

    Although she has enjoyed the accolades and the recognition they have brought to Rohara, Roxann’s favorite endeavor—and her mission—has remained the same over the years: she loves the successful breeding and marketing of Arabian horses to a national and international clientele.

    Roxann is a manager/owner of the Ravlin Center commercial properties in Miami, Florida.