On December 15, 2011, the Arabian horse community lost one of its most remarkable friends - Don Morse of Freeport, Illinois and Scottsdale, Arizona. Don, together with his beloved wife Janey, owned Oak Ridge Arabians, home of numerous national champions and prized Arabian horses.
At first, the World of Arabian Horse Breeding was invited into the green oasis of Cairo: El Zahraa Stud, steeped in tradition. Not just one but two shows engrossed the spectators from all over the world, as there were the National Championships and the International Championships of Egypt.
Flanking our house in Iowa were two huge silver maple trees approximately fifty years old; these sentinels became the inspiration for our farm's name.
SATURDAY MORNING - FEBRUARY 25 - EQUIDOME - 9:00 A.M. Class 300 133 ARABIAN COUNTRY PLEASURE DRIVING CHAMPIONSHIP, AOTD To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown and judeged in a designated qualifying class in the Arabian Country Pleasure Driving section for amateurs, owners, or junior exhibitors at this show. To be shown at a walk, normal trot and