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.
The 35 th Annual US Egyptian Event, “Stallions: Kings of the Nile” By Lisa Abraham The 2015 US Egyptian Event, “Stallions: Kings of the Nile,” from June 2-6, was a show whose importance was marked by the people who attended and who are committed to the Straight Egyptian Arabian horse. This year attendees celebrated the show’s 35 th Anniversary with warm community spirit and loyal camaraderie. Guests arrived not only from the United States, but from various international destinations as well. The pre-show promotion for the Event was outstanding—both formally and casually. Through effective promotional methods, The Pyramid Society (TPS) did
MO POWER TO YOU . . . 2015 Region 13 and Region 15 Champion English Pleasure AND Region 13 Champion Park Horse and Region 15 Res-Champion Park Horse. With no lines to Afire Bey V, he is the perfect outcross to Breed the Ultimate Ride! H Mobility H and Mary Trowbridge Ad Design by Jenn Trickey Click on the images below to View Videos of some of Mo's Revved up 2015 Foals
QR Marc - Creating the future TODAY! As a member of the Arabian horse community, you have likely heard the slogan for QR Marc, ' Creating the Future Today '. Though you may or may not be inspired by the strength of the phrase, you realize just how appropriate the slogan is when you research QR Marc’s breeding, show ring and marketplace successes . The credibility of the statement is astonishing. We have previously shared information on the sons and daughters of QR Marc that have received Championship titles world wide including Paris World, Polish National, United States National, Arabian Breeders World Cup and Scottsdale Champion Mare, *Wieza Mocy. (Click here to read article) At less than
The Jaipur Initiative announces the arrival of Jaipur El Perseus to Christine Jamars, Jadeem Arabians in Belgium. The most successful horses being presented in International show circuit today consist primarily of bloodlines that relate to Padron Psyche, Magnum Psyche, WH Justice, Gazal al Shaqab, Marwan al Shaqab and Bey Shah. Most breeders agree that an outcross is needed for these bloodlines that can further increase type, beautiful heads, carriage and length of leg to these out standing individuals. Jaipur’s genotype and phenotype are such an outcross. To date Jaipur’s foals are all improvements on their dams in regards to their beautiful heads, shape of neck, tail carriage, length
A Life Changed by the Love of an Arabian Horse by Frank Hennessey A few years ago I invited a friend and his wife to visit the farm with their daughter Belle on her birthday weekend. Belle is autistic. A predictable daily routine is very important to her. Her environment is tightly controlled at home in order to avoid surprises that may upset her. However, understanding how relaxed and comfortable we try to make our home for our guests, her parents, who wanted to share a special birthday with Belle, felt she could handle it. The first day of their stay we walked the barns, visited the horses, the dogs, the cats and the donkeys. As evening approached, I pointed out a mare that was probably going to give birth to a foal
How can Silver Sire help increase the market value of your horse? Members of the Arabian horse community understand the long term value of programs that encourage participation of both new and veteran horse enthusiasts. Silver Sire Breeders, Inc has proven to be an organization committed to accomplishing this goal for over 25 years. The Silver Sire board of directors and it's president, Paul Richied dedicate their time and efforts to helping breeders market and promote their horses by offering a first rate Futurity program. Silver Sire annually sponsors an amateur-only horse show that is designed specifically for the enjoyment of amateur owners and handlers. The show offers an exciting and enjoyable experience
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,
Tulle El Jamaal *Ali Jamaal x *Talbreena Bred by Lenita Perroy | Last owned and loved by Hennessey Arabians June 1991 – May 2015 In Loving Memory of Tulle el Jamaal Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened. ~Dr.Seuss This past Sunday morning Hennessey Arabians had to say goodbye to their cherished friend, Tulle El Jamaal. Tulle was the accomplished daughter of *Ali Jamaal and was known and admired in the Arabian community. Her substance, quality and elegance garnered several championship titles including multiple US National titles in both open and amateur breeding championships. The most cherished of her show ring experiences was with her owner and friend, Frank Hennessey.
The moment I opened my eyes for the first time, I saw horses Article by Monika Luft for Polskiearaby.com SHEIKH HAMAD BIN ALI AL THANI , since February 2015 the manager of AL RAYYAN FARM, one of the oldest and most significant in Qatar. Together with Sheikh Hamad Al Rayyan begins a new chapter. Sheikh Hamad, one of the creators of the power of Al Shaqab, was for 17 years the main breeder and manager of a stud which brought the world, among others, two of the most famous Arabian sires – Gazal Al Shaqab and his son Marwan Al Shaqab. Today it is difficult to imagine modern breeding without these two champions, which have become living legends. Sheikh Hamad Bin Ali Al Thani spent his entire