By Lisa Abraham
The Pyramid Society’s (TPS) 36th Annual Egyptian Event in Lexington, Kentucky (USA) was a show of brave innovation and deep community spirit. From June 7-11, members of the Straight Egyptian (SE) community gathered from all over the world to enjoy a week of camaraderie and competition. For the Egyptian Event, 2016 represented a year that important changes were implemented and these were received with both support and appreciation.
Judy Sirbasku of Arabians LTD: The Exclusive 36th Anniversary Signature Sponsor
It is exciting to announce that the 2016 exclusive 36th Anniversary Signature Sponsor was Judi Sirbasku of Arabians LTD—most particularly as this was her second consecutive year. Judy’s contribution and support of this show has been enormous. Not only has she bred and owned many of the horses competing each year, but she also represents a strong client base. It is also important to note that an impressive number of Pyramid Society members and SE breeders were initially introduced to this breed through the efforts of Judy, her late husband Jim and Arabians Ltd.
Anna Bishop: The late great football coach Vince Lombardi is credited with a quote which very effectively summarized the impact of teamwork. He stated, “Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” Certainly a spirit of teamwork and a belief in the group
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
The Pyramid Society's 2013 National Breeders' Conference: "The Global Influence of the Straight Egyptian Arabian" Text and Photos by Lisa Abraham (In anticipation of The Pyramid Society's 2015 International Breeders' Conference, "The Art of Breeding Egyptian Arabian Horses," sponsored by Bait Al Arab, this article is being republished by kind permission of The Pyramid Society and Arabhorse.com) The Pyramid Society's 6th National Breeders' Conference titled, "The Global Influence of the Straight Egyptian Arabian" was another educational triumph. This conference, which took place on November 1-2, 2013, in Solvang CA, brought Egyptian Arabian breeders and enthusiasts together
A Breeder’s Journal
The Breed Characteristics of the Arabian Horse
Part 2: Styles and Versatility
By Christie Metz
There is something so magical and beautiful about Arabian horses, people can’t help but fall in love with the breed – instantly. The power of the Arabian horse to reach us by touching our hearts is impactful and inspirational.
2015 Santa Ynez Breeders Farm Tour Santa Ynez Valley – Arabian Breeders Celebration by Beth Ellen Hunziker Arabian horse enthusiasts have been known to travel the world in search of their dream horse. This April, a group of intrepid travellers made their way to the charming little town of Santa Ynez, California, to visit some of the most important breeding farms in the world. From Tuesday 21 April 21 to Friday 24 April, members of the Santa Ynez Valley Arabian Horse Association hosted open houses and made special presentations of their world famous horses – all for the enjoyment and edification of those who attended. According to the Santa Ynez Valley Arabian Horse Association’s website,
A Breeder’s Journal
Breed Characteristics of The Arabian Horse: Type and Quality
by Christie Metz
When I first thought of writing about Arabian horses, from a breeder’s perspective, it made sense to me to start at the beginning. Like so many other people, something happened when Henry and I were first introduced to this breed; up close and personal.