New Documentary on Legendary Horsewoman Sheila Varian To Premiere August 2nd SANTA YNEZ, CA— Her “V” brand is immediately recognizable to most horse enthusiasts around the world, particularly Arabian horse owners. The acclaimed story of one of the world’s greatest Arabian horse visionaries and Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductee will be retold as never before in a new, full-length documentary film entitled “V: The Legacy of Sheila Varian,” premiering Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the Clark Center for Performing Arts in Arroyo Grande, Cal. In a twist-and-turn adventure, the film walks viewers through the epic story of Sheila
Sandro Pinha - International Arabian Horseman.
We are citizens of the world, regardless of where we were born. Each of us is able to create our life from the talents and gifts with which we are blessed, but it is up to us to do the work and to take the risks if we want to reap life's rewards.
Rashad Ibn Nazeer was part of the very first importation of But he was part of the first importation of Nazeer blood. He arrived in the United States in 1958, along with the first Nazeer daughters, Bint Moniet El Nefous and Bint El Bataa (and two El Sareei daughters). It was the first shipment of Egyptian Arabians to come to the USA since the Babson and W.R. Brown importations in 1932. This shipment encouraged many American breeders to go to E gypt and bring back Arabians - it rekindled the interest in Egyptian Arabians. I always love the stark reminder of just how difficult those trans-Atlantic trips were at the time. This photo says it all... Rashad in a rickety tiny, wooden box stall, exposed to the elements on a boat
A Special Vegas Moment Text and photos by Lisa Abraham The Arabian horse world is dynamic. Change can occur at lightning speed with eruptions of trends—some of which will fade as quickly as they began, while others will influence generations. Many of these trends begin in the show ring, on the scorecards of our Judges. Because of this, every show is important and each provides memorable experiences. If we are really lucky, it is with our own horse in the ring. But at world class shows such as the Arabian Breeders World Cup (in Las Vegas) the opportunities for lasting memories are endless. As both horses and people travel from all over the world to participate, whether it be as a competitor and/or a spectator,
This was the 28th year that The Pyramid Society brought together breeders from around the world to showcase their extraordinary horses.
MONDAY MORNING - FEBRUARY 20 - EQUIDOME - 8:00 A.M. Class 155 630 HA/AA WESTERN PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP, JTR 14-17 To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown and judged in a designated qualifying class in the Half-Arabian Western Pleasure section for amateurs, owners or junior exhibitors at this show. To be shown at a walk, jog-trot and lope. To be judged
The Pyramid Society’s 2015 International Breeders’ Conference, “The Art of Breeding Egyptian Arabian Horses” By Lisa Abraham (This article was written for The Pyramid Society and is being republished by kind permission of The Pyramid Society and Arabhorse.com) The Pyramid Society’s 2015 International Breeders’ Conference, “The Art of Breeding Egyptian Arabian Horses,” from August 19 th -20 th , in Princeton, New Jersey, was another educational triumph. The Breeders Conference series, of which this was the seventh has not only been received well, it has been a model for others to follow. As was the case with all the previous conferences, attendance