This show, in its Ninth year, has become more developed and innovative which enhance its status as one of the prominent athletic activities in the United Arab Emirates. It also represents an annual assembly for those who are fond of this significant sport.
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.
The winners of the 2009 US National Halter Championships....
It was 1932. Four horses were being prepared at the Crabbet Stud for export to America. Negotiations continued as the buyer, Roger Selby, a wealthy shoe manufacturer, asserted his wish to pay less than the quoted price for the group. Lady Wentworth never adjusted her prices, but did on occassion include an extra horse with the sale. She decided to send the stallion *Raffles as a pleasure mount for the Selby children, *Raffles possessed exquisite Arabian type. He reputedly had been bred to improve pony stock at the Stud, but following a thorough examination by the Royal Veterinary Academy, he was pronounced hopelessly sterile. Perhaps the horse would serve a purpose in America... # GreatMoments
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
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2015 Welcome to the 2015 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show News and Reviews for Monday, February 23nd. The sponsors for today’s news are David Boggs, the staff and clients of Midwest Station II. The Scottsdale show has come to an end and what a great show it was! Late yesterday I took a tour of some of the stalls. I love how inventive and creative people are in designing their stall fronts. As the days progressed throughout the show, more and more ribbons and roses are added, making them all the more festive. No wonder the local public loves to come to the Arabian horse show. One couple stopped me to ask directions and also about the show. I pointed them in the right direction and then asked