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Arabian Horse World

Arabian Horse World March 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.

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MARCH 2019 PHOTO OF THE MONTH Picante Jullyen V (*Jullyen El Jamaal x Precious V by Desperado V) 2010 stallion, and MacNificent RS (Maclintock V x Ravvens Skylark by Ravven) 2012 stallion, owned by Rancho Soñado, LLC, Amado, Arizona. www.ranchosonado.com QUOTE OF THE MONTH “Arabians are responsible for all that we have and all that we do. We have traveled the world because of them, in search of them and the desire to know more about them. We have met wonderful breeders who have become our friends from all parts of the world. The horses have provided us with a lifestyle that we do not feel we could have any other way.” — MARK WHARTON OF PEREGRINE BLOODSTOCK, “OUR LIFE WITH THE ARABIAN HORSE,” PAGE 12. FOTO FINISH ONLINE See our index of all the…

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what in the world winter’s end

My horse-dog-house sitter sent me this picture last week while we were all in snowy Scottsdale. I groaned. By a California girl’s standards, it was a rough winter in New Mexico. Grey days and bitter cold nights, and not nearly enough time in the saddle or playing at dog agility. I missed the Pacific, and my friends there, and started to wonder if I’d made a mistake by moving here. But today, on this early March morning the sun is shining and a string of days in the high 50s are forecasted. I’ve longed for evenings outdoors by the barbeque. And after three months of rushing back to the warmth of my cozy house after nighttime barn chores, it’s nice, now, to linger there, watching Jay eat in his funny way: dunk a…

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peregrine bloodstock

Peregrine Bloodstock, in the famed Kentucky bluegrass outside of Lexington, is situated on part of the historic Overbrook Farm. It is indescribably beautiful, and home to over 200 horses, including Quentin’s and Mark’s Arabians as well as those belonging to clients. “We are full time Arabian breeders,” says Mark. “We’re very proud to be a part of the Arabian horse community and hope that whatever contribution we can make to the breed as a whole is a tiny payback for all that it has given us.” We asked Mark and Quentin to tell us about their lives with Arabian horses. How were you introduced to Arabian horses? MARK: My interest in Arabians started in 1977 when I was introduced to the horses by three friends in Australia. I was on the periphery as…

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sire line–skowronek part 4, *raseyn american legends

*Raseyn was foaled in 1923 at Crabbet Park. Despite being grey and just 14.3 hands tall, he was one of the less typical Skowronek sons. For one thing, he was heavily pigmented, being nearly black as a colt and turning grey very slowly as he matured. He also appears to have been not quite as pretty as many other Skowronek get, although he was certainly very handsome. Both the dark pigmentation and the larger head were legacies of his dam, the bay mare Rayya, who, based on her photo, does not appear to have been a great beauty. As far as that goes, Skowronek did his usual reliable job of improving the offspring’s type. Rayya was a daughter of the *Astraled son Rustem, which may explain both the dark coloring…

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2018 first-time sires of national winners

There are milestones in a breeding stallion’s life, and siring a National winner is one of the most coveted. For a stallion to be named National Champion in the same year that his daughter is named National Champion (plus two Top Ten winners), is almost too much to dream of, yet Polidoro FC (DA Valentino x *Abha Palma) accomplished just that. He scored his fourth National Championship in 2018 when he was named U.S. National Champion Stallion, as his daughter Giana Leah PCF was U.S. National Champion Yearling Filly. We present here our list of first-time sires of 2018 National winners. We’ve examined the 2018 U.S., Canadian, Youth, and Sport Horse National show results for stallions appearing for the first time as sires of winning get. On the first two pages,…

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April 11-14, 2019 South Point Equestrian Complex Las Vegas, Nevada More than 13 years ago a worldwide cooperative of breeders came together with the hope of creating an organization dedicated to sharing their collective “passion and devotion to the Arabian, promoting thoughtful guardianship for future generations.” That group of individuals formed the Arabian Horse Breeders Alliance that envisioned an exhibition worthy of the beauty and charisma of the Arabian horse. Las Vegas was chosen as the location at the popular equine venue at the South Point Hotel and Casino, which hosts a plethora of equine events. This year the event will take place April 11-14. Each year the event has grown in size and in international prestige due to the excitement along with the intimate venue. 2019 will bring additional innovative class offerings…