Arabian Horse World

Arabian Horse World

Q2 Spring 2021
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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.

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1 min.
spring 2021

QUOTE OF THE MONTH: “NEVER tell a horse crazy kid they can have a horse if they save enough to buy one! Every cent I made babysitting, my allowance, and the money I made doing odd jobs, began to add up. And a check from a great uncle marked, “Don’t save this – it is for something you really want!” I still remember the Saturday morning it came in the mail – I ran up the stairs where my parents were working on something, screaming at the top of my lungs “I AM GETTING MY HORSE.” When my mother got me calmed down and looked at the check she looked at dad and just shook her head. Daddy and I started the quest for a horse with $200 in my pocket!” KARLAN…

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online exclusives

Find all these and more at www.ArabianHorseWorld.com Click on the ONLINE EXCLUSIVES tab to access this content. OUT OF THIS WORLD Solace Found by Sarah Christie “I used to work at a cocktail lounge. I was saving money to accompany my aging grandmother on what was to be her last trip abroad. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, and I didn’t have anything in common with the clientele, but hey, you can’t travel to Europe on a horse trainers salary. Too wired to sleep, I would come home from those hectic, foot-throbbing night shifts and pull my mare from her stall. Slipping a snaffle into her mouth, I would slide onto her back and we would go for an all-out flat-eared furious gallop up on the ridge behind the barn Enjoy this story, originally…

4 min.
what in the world

Lois McCrea is a familiar face to Scottsdale showgoers, having been a member of the board of directors of the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona since 1985, and the founder of the Scottsdale show’s Exhibitors Services Office. At the age of 100, Lois is still going strong. She chatted with us recently about the highlights of a century of loving Arabian horses. I grew up on a farm with horses, and I never stopped thinking about them. After we had our children, we bought a 150-acre farm in Alliance, Ohio. We decided we needed to concentrate on one breed of horse. So my oldest son and I went to a seminar about Arabian horses at Michigan State University in the 1950s. We concluded that Arabians were the breed for us because they…

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the stallion power of magic moments stable

From winning in main ring halter to winning under saddle in too many divisions to list, to siring national and international winners in all those divisions, there is a stallion on our roster to meet anyone’s needs. MAGIC MOMENTS STABLE 17402 Kickapoo Road, Waller, TX 77484 www.magicmomentsstable.com 281-932-3643 GRYPHON MM (Dreammmaker GoldEagle x QH mare) 2018 Appaloosa colt.…

2 min.

In 2019 we travelled to the Paris World championships to watch Algamra crowned World Champion Junior Filly. It was a dream come true to witness her exquisitely presented by Raphael Curti and beloved by her owners, Al Sheikh Stud of Israel. Witnessing her achievement in person was a memory that will stay with us forever. Algamra is from a distinguished family and is definitely her mother’s daughter. We bred both Algamra and her dam (a daughter of the immortal Eden C, out of the fabulous *Dakar El Jamaal daughter Dakara EA, that was sold overseas). We also purchased her great-grandam, a U.S. National Top Ten Futurity Filly and Cal-Bred Futurity Champion Mare. Interestingly another filly winning in Europe that same year was Delicious KK, bred and owned by Kandy Pody. She was…

4 min.
you be the judge

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 _-_. Test your judging skills and see if you saw the same things. The photographs do not have to be professional, but must be a high quality profile picture where the horse fills the whole frame. All feet and legs must be visible. It is preferable that the horse is standing relatively square. Anyone can submit a photo for this feature. Any age from yearlings to aged horses are accepted. Horses do not need to be clipped. Simply include the photo along with age and sex…