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Reizen & Outdoor
Arabian Horse World

Arabian Horse World June - July 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.

United States
Arabian Horse World AG
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2 min.
online exclusives

PHOTO OF THE MONTH #1 Life Inthe Fazt Lane (Vegaz x River Dance NA by A Major Fire) 2012 stallion, ridden by Chris Wilson, owned by Amazing Horse Woman, LLC, Montecito, California. www.drnancyoreilly.com. PHOTO BY AVALON PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO OF THE MONTH #2 ASA Scandalous Affair (Always A Jullyen V x Sweet Saphire V by Desperado V) 2015 stallion, ridden by Dale Brown, owned by Alistar Arabians, South Chesterfield, Virginia. www.dalebrowninc.com. PHOTO BY STUART VESTY QUOTE OF THE MONTH #1: “My mother’s pride in me and my pony Agate at a Washington, D.C. show was short-lived,” Bazy remembered. “My mother beamed when she overheard spectators on the rail commenting on the dear little child out there in the arena, and she couldn’t resist acknowledging me as her daughter. Briefly, she basked in the wonder of our performance and…

1 min.
arabian horse world us

ARABIAN HORSE WORLD PUBLISHER Denise P. Hearst EDITOR Mary Jane Parkinson ASSOCIATE EDITOR Betty Finke SENIOR SALES ASSOCIATE Wendy Flynn CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Jeffrey Wintersteen Cindy Reich SALES/MARKETING CONSULTANTS Gary Dearth Francesca Aragno DESIGN AND PRODUCTION Carol Kelsey-Frilot, Senior Designer Michael Junge Annie Gallagher Wilson Sani Ricasata ASSISTANT EDITOR Kathy LaChaine CIRCULATION/ACCOUNTING MANAGER Rhonda Hall COMPUTER SYSTEMS Douglas Tatelman STAFF WRITERS Steve Andersen Genie Stewart-Spears AHW MEDIA GROUP, LLC PRESIDENT Jeffrey M. Sloan Copyright ©2019 by AHW Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. Reproductions of contents, either whole or in part, not permitted without written consent of publisher. Address all advertising and subscription related queries to: ARABIAN HORSE WORLD 624 S. Main Street, Suite 201, Templeton, CA 93465 Phone: (800) 955-9423 or (805) 771-2300, Fax: (805) 927-6522 www.arabianhorseworld.com info@arabianhorseworld.com SUBSCRIPTION RATES: All residents of the U.S. and possessions $32 per year, $48 for two years. Canadian $72 per year ($144 two years in U.S. funds. Foreign $95 per year ($190 two years), bank draft in U.S. funds must…

2 min.
what in the world

In our May issue we paid homage to the late Johnny Johnston, one of the greatest photographers of our breed. Here photographer Scott Trees adds his recollections. My interest in photography began while in college, and the horse aspect developed due to the fact we had Arabians and my mom needed some photographs. It seemed I had a knack for it, and at the Estes Park, Colorado, horse show where Johnny was the official photographer, I showed him some of my work. He was very encouraging and supportive and that day gave me a Mamiya C-330 with a 180mm lens which was THE horse camera of its day. He encouraged me to keep at it and for many years afterwards was always very helpful. At the height of his show photography, he had…

1 min.
our working western program is really working!

The secret to our success? Start with a Karma Arabians-bred beautiful, sweet, talented horse. Add a trainer like Sterling Bradley, who teaches them to enjoy their job. Then add owners who love and enjoy showing them! The recipe for success! Prospects for sale at very reasonable prices for Working Western, Sport Horse, and Main Ring disciplines. Let us help you win the roses! KMA HERMANO+/(top) (Los Angeles x Prescription Creme) National and Regional Champion Trail Regional Champion Ranch Riding and Performance Halter KMA PAPI CHULO+// (bottom) (Los Angeles x Prescription Creme) National Champion and Res. Champion Trail Regional Champion Ranch Riding Scottsdale Res. Champion Trail Select and Top Ten Ranch Riding ATR Multiple Regional Championships in W/T classes Owned by Susan and Riley Lallo KMA ANGELO+++// (top) (Los Angeles x Spanish Splendor) 2x National Champion English Trail Top Tens and Regional Champion Trail Multi-Regional Champion and Res. Ranch Riding…

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western division statistics

Points are tallied as follows: Championship: 10 points; Reserve: 7 points; Top Ten: 4 points. How we tallied the charts: Our statistics were taken from U.S. Nationals, Youth Nationals, and Canadian Nationals dating back to 1963 for the All-Time charts, and back to 2014 for the five-year charts. Open, Amateur, and Junior classes were included in all statistics. Our research is comprised of the following divisions: Western Pleasure: Western Pleasure, Western Pleasure Junior Horse, and related futurities/maturities. Working Western: Reining, Reined Cow Horse, Working Cow Horse, Cutting, Herd Work, Trail, and related futurities/maturities. Extended charts can be seen on www.arabianhorseworld.com…

8 min.
western division profiles

WENDY LINDSAY CASTLE Castle Arabians Amite, Louisiana “We were first drawn to the working western division when we sent Kaldareyn (Fadareyn x Kallysta) off to a trainer and we were told he would do well as a working cow horse,” says Wendy Castle. “That was the start. We saw how many different venues there were in the working western division and how the horse had to think – challenging their mind and physical ability. “I see the trail and ranch riding being very popular and the numbers are increasing. These are two venues where the average person can train their own horse and show successfully. There are many levels to compete in. I feel it is very important for our breed that owners be able to be successful without feeling they have to…