FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact : Elizabeth McCall / 310-720-4096 Mark Miller Jumps in the Saddle with Changing of the Guard at AL-MARAH Innovation, Preservation and Arabian Horses Continue a Legacy Hand-in-Hand with Entertainment and yes... he really rode Trigger! KISSIMMEE, FL—Apr. 30, 2013—You could say Mark Miller’s taken up his own kind of Roman riding. Galloping with one foot atop his Orlando-based equine entertainment dinner attraction Arabian Nights, the other is firmly planted on Al-Marah LLC, which continues the world-famous Al-Marah Arabian horse farm in Tucson, established by his mother the late Bazy Tankersley. “I literally
Nayla Hayek of Hanaya Arabian Stud in Switzerland, has been breeding straight Egyptian horses for many years. The very first Arabians she purchased came from Egypt, nearly 30 years ago. This was the beginning of Hanaya Stud and her internationally respected breeding program.
Arabhorse sat down with Elise Verdoncq, Arabian Liberty trainer for Cavalia's hit show Odysseo to find out the secrets to her success and what makes Arabians the perfect breed for the job.
The Top Arabian Horses and Breeders in the US for 2013 Horse racing continues to grow in popularity with each passing year. Millions of enthusiasts regularly participate in countless events that are intended to display the poise and prowess of these magnificent creatures and their adept trainers. As the online facet of this hobby has become more prevalent with the advent of high-speed internet and mobile technologies, sites such as www.Kentuckyderbybetting.com have become well-known portals where even the most casual fan can acquire a vast amount of information regarding the different breeds of horse, which events are the most common and perhaps most important of all, the basics of horse wagering
Ruth "Bazy" McCormick Tankersley, was a devoted and loyal friend of the Arabian horse and many members of our community. Mrs. Tankersley passed away at her home near Tucson, Arizona on Tuesday, February 5, 2013. She was 91...
Athala Arabians is located in north Scottsdale, Arizona. It is easy to see why partners Athala King and Dr. Maureen McCormack chose to have a farm here. As you look across the desert landscape to picturesque McDowell Mountain and nearby Tonto National Forest, it is breathtaking.
As a child Istvan Merchenthaler loved to watch his neighbors horses, always dreaming of the day he would have a horse of his own...
A couple notable in the Arabian horse industry has donated $3 million to the Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory to propel teaching, research and clinical services that have made the laboratory a foremost authority in reproductive science and techniques. Giving back Bud and Jo Adams, of Scottsdale, Ariz., said the significant donation is their way of giving back to a program that benefited their horse business, Adams Arabians, for many years. It is the family’s second transformational gift to the university: Twenty years ago, Bud Adams and his late first wife, Louise, donated a barn and arena complex worth more than $1 million; the Adams-Atkinson Arena has been a key facility,