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Arabian Horse World October 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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online exclusives

OCTOBER 2019 PHOTO OF THE MONTH Heirs Noble Love (Afires Heir x Noble Aphrodite by IXL Noble Express) 2009 mare, ridden by Joel Kiesner, owned and bred by Karlton Jackson, Fayetteville, Georgia. www.kiesnertraining.com. QUOTE OF THE MONTH: “I like to come in humble and see how the day unfolds because it’s Tevis and you never know what can happen. You can have the best horse that has a bad day, or steady-eddy who trips and falls. You just never know. I think it’s important to ride your own ride no matter what, that includes riding your horse to the best of its ability and not more. That’s how I have always ridden Monk. I know he gives me all he has and I listen to that.” — LINDSAY FISHER, “2019 TEVIS CUP,” PAGE 24. OUT…

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what in the world

I haven’t shown a horse since I was a teenager and I have never shown an Arabian horse. As a new breeder of a beautiful filly, I wanted so much to show her ATH, but knew I couldn’t run. I have never been able to run — flunked many a gym class because of it. So when I saw the ‘Golden Oldies Class — 50 and Over’ which had limited running, offered at the East Coast Egyptian Classic Show, I knew I was going, and that I was taking my Angel in! Everyone else in the class ran with their horses before me! I planned on a light jog and let her prance about with her non-stop tail. I was the last to go in, I looked at my partners who…

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kim morgan arabians 2019 u.s. national contenders

MM Famosa Trudeaux Avidity LL Kheeping The Faith MM Steel Magnolia WS Carons Laureate Ambres Magic H Justintime H Small Town Girl FH Robbie and Cari MM Steel Magnolia (JA Urbino x MM La Preciosa) 2016 grey filly Purebred Junior Filly & Futurity Filly to be shown by Kim Morgan Champion, Reserve and 8 Top Ten awards at Regionals, Scottsdale, Canadian and U.S. Nationals MM Famosa (Fadi Al Shaqab x MM La Bonita) 2018 bay filly Purebred Yearling Sweepstakes Filly to be shown by Kim Morgan 2019 Region 9 Top Five Yearling Sweepstakes Filly Proudly owned by M & M Arabian Enterprises Patricia Meier and Ernie Nighswonger Rogelio Arellano, Farm Manager 3611 Trails End Road, Burleson, TX 76028 817-929-9239 mmarabs@sbcglobal.net mmarabs.com Avidity LL (Fadi Al Shaqab x Bey Monet TRJ) 2018 bay colt Purebred Yearling Sweepstakes Colt to be shown by Kim Morgan Region 8 Reserve Champion Yearling Sweepstakes Colt Proudly owned by Linda and Larry, Abston Arabian Farm, Lucas,…

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2019 tevis cup

“This year’s Tevis was an incredible experience and probably the most fun and amazing race of my life.” The 64th Western States 100-Mile Trail Ride, aka Tevis Cup or simply Tevis, started 184 competitors at 5:15 a.m. on August 17. The trail begins at Robie Equestrian Park, near Truckee, California, and takes riders over, around and down many mountains, along narrow trails, in and out of canyons, through rivers, and across bridges in the infamous Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is a challenge for riders and their horses to reach the finish line in Auburn, California, within 24 hours. The competition is just as much, if not more, against the elements as each other. The predawn start is staggered into two groups, or pens as they are called, with the more competitive, faster…

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twisted tales

I believe the saying is “Man plans and God laughs.” Well, in my case, it seems it’s “Woman plans and horses snicker!” Dianne and I made plans to once again try the 50-mile endurance ride at Fort Howes with Tia and Serenade. Last year, we made it to 40 miles, but the heat did us in. The next plan was Dianne would do the 50-mile ride at Big Horn with Tia while Wendy and I would ride Bolt and Serenade in the 100. Slowly, one by one, our horses came up with very different plans. Some little injuries and some not so much so. Driving long distances with horses that aren’t sound isn’t the most brilliant plan. Without Wendy riding in the 100 there was no way I was riding 100 miles on…

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east coast egyptian classic

The magnificence of the Blue Ridge Mountains served as the backdrop for the inaugural East Coast Egyptian Classic held at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Virginia. Show Chair, Cricket Gates, President of The Pennsylvania Arabian Horse Association, and Kimberly Dickinson, Show Manager of the East Coast Arabian Horse Championships, successfully reintegrated the Egyptian influence back into this grand horse show. In establishing this “show within a show,” Cricket’s focus was clear — to provide a fun and inviting venue highlighting the Egyptian influence to the Arabian community at large. As Cricket exclaimed,“The more inclusive we are in the industry, the better for all.” And by all measures, it appears that the East Coast Egyptian Classic did just that, and did so beautifully. Twenty-six halter classes held in Wiley Arena…