Arabian Horse Journal (AHJ) was created in in Italy in 2010 but it has grown fast all over the world. AHJ is a magazine of fans of the PSA for fans of the PSA. Don't miss the opportunity to enter into a fascinating world, made of simplicity and passion.
Discover the magic and beauty of the Arabian Horse from an authentic Middle Eastern perspective in the book Authentic Arabian Horse Names by Bachir Bserani. Filled with Arabic names with translations and pronunciations, desert stories, captivating pictures and more!
Horse Times is a complimentary quarterly English magazine established in Egypt in 1997 after years of a growing fascination for horses in the region. It is the only English publication in the Middle East aiming to improve accessibility to services within the dynamics of the equestrian sports industry in the Arab region.
This book is a must for every Arabian horse enthusiast! This guide to spectacular stud farms in Qatar, Kuwait, the U.A.E. etc. will delight and inform all those interested in exquisite bloodlines and beautiful horses. While the whole book is lavishly illustrated with colour pictures, its extensive "Photo Gallery" is especially appealing. Large sized portraits of impressive straight Egyptians - often in Middle Eastern settings - are a feast for the eyes. A clear, modern book design with arabesque elements underlines the elegance and nobility of the pictured horses.
This book is a clarion call for revolution in the way breeders view, and breed, Egyptian Arabian Horses. In Volume I of 'The Egyptian Alternative' Philippe Paraskevas challenged many current notions about breeding and horse showing practices, his primary concern being to safeguard the future of the Egyptian Arabian horse.