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Arabian Horse World

Arabian Horse World September 2019

Arabian Horse World carries the message of the Arabian's peerless beauty and versatility, keeps readers enlightened and informed, and stimulates thinking about the long-term elements of breeding and owning Arabians. Famed for award-winning design, beautiful photography, and attention to detail, this magazine blends beauty with international coverage, history and mystique of the breed, reviews of breeding programs, horse husbandry features, and special features for newcomers to the breed.

Land:
United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Arabian Horse World AG
Erscheinungsweise:
Monthly
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2 Min.
online exclusives

SEPTEMBER 2019 PHOTO OF THE MONTH Hesa Artfull Zee (Hesa Zee x Artymusme by *Muscat) 2014 stallion, ridden by Gary Ferguson, owned by Eleanor’s Arabian Farm, Rogers, Minnesota. www.eleanorsarabianfarm.com. QUOTE OF THE MONTH: “Bella was special from the day she was born, and I will cherish all the days that I spent with her. She was my heart horse, and I will miss scratching her withers as we walked side-by-side bringing her in from the pasture to her stall everyday. And that gorgeous face that stopped visitors in their tracks when they walked down the barn aisle. She took a little piece of my heart with her, and I will be forever grateful that she was in my life.”— HOLLY WOODS DILLIN, “AT THE WATERHOLE,” PAGE OUT OF THIS WORLD: JULY 2012 WHAT COLOR…

9 Min.
arabian horse world’s annual collection of baby photos

4 Min.
al waab farm dreams made real

UP IN THE NORTH OF QATAR LIES ANOTHER WORLD, A TRANQUIL PLACE WHERE A BREEDER HAS THE TIME TO DREAM OF WHAT MIGHT BE. HE STUDIES HIS MARES, KNOWS THEIR WAYS, AND TREASURES THEIR HISTORY. HE WALKS THE PASTURES AND LOSES HIMSELF IN THEIR BEAUTY, DREAMING OF THE FOAL CROPS TO COME. EVERY DAY IS LIKE THIS FOR SHEIKH AHMED ABDULLA KH H AL THANI. AL WAAB FARM, NAMED FOR THE “LOWLANDS,” IS A VAST TRACT OF LAND, BLESSED WITH WATER, IN A COUNTRY KNOWN FOR ITS BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPES AND ITS ANCIENT HERITAGE THAT WILL BE FOREVER TIED TO THE ARABIAN HORSE. HERE, SHEIKH ABDULLA BIN KHALED BIN HAMED AL THANI FOUNDED HIS ARABIAN STUD IN 2008. AND IN THE YEARS SINCE, AL WAAB HAS BECOME WELL KNOWN FOR ITS EXQUISITE…

4 Min.
you be the judge

This month brings a higher challenge, I think. You are going to have to look closely at all these mares and perhaps look deeper than before. Likely a lot of people may not agree with my decision this month, but I don’t mind. As always, it’s not whether you placed it the same way I did, although that is always nice, but it’s whether you see the same things I’m seeing. That is the most important! In this series, we invite readers to submit a photo of their horse to be included in a recurring conformation evaluation. Noted International Arabian judge Cindy Reich will place each class and explain her thought process. The horses are not identified, but ranked in order from 1-4. Test your judging skills and see if you saw…

6 Min.
twisted tales

What is the saying about best laid plans? I guess when one has horses one should be flexible enough to make last minute changes to plans as inevitably something will happen. It seems the more you want to do something, the more likely your horse will be in complete disagreement with those plans. My riding partners, Wendy and Dianne, rode with me all winter. We had a conditioning plan, and despite the cold, we were out there riding. We would rotate our rides doing 10, 12, 15 or 20-mile loops while varying our speed and intensity. We put on a lot of miles on the trails through the snow. I felt we were ready for our first ride on May 4th. But oh wait! Not so fast. First, Wendy’s Arab gelding, Bolt,…

16 Min.
sire line–seanderich db

BESIDES POLAND, BRITAIN, FRANCE, AND GERMANY, SPAIN IS THE FIFTH EUROPEAN COUNTRY THAT DEVELOPED ITS OWN SIRE LINES WITHIN THE ARABIAN BREED. OF THE ORIGINAL SPANISH DESERTBRED LINES, TWO HAVE SURVIVED, THE MOST SIGNIFICANT BEING THAT OF SEANDERICH Spain established a registry for purebred Arabians as early as 1847, making it the oldest official Arabian studbook. The Stud Book Español, kept by the military, also registered native Spanish horses, Thoroughbreds, and Anglo-Arabians. Vol. 1 listed no less than 30 imported desertbred stallions and 12 desertbred mares in the Arabian section. Of these original imports, nothing has survived, or at least not in Arabian breeding. As nearly everywhere else at the time, Arabians were mainly used for upgrading local horse breeds or for breeding crosses, in this case the Hispano-Arab, a blend of…