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    Hiba is sadly been loaned to a friend since I lost my job last year. Hoping the day will come when I can see him regularly again. I know he's enjoying real pasture for the first time though.

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continued: faults not tolerated:, where do you...

Dec 26 2012 08:04 AM | loriwoo in Articles

it was interesting to read all the faults people won't tolerate, but I have to ask WHERE do you find all of these perfect horses? I rarely see horses that don't have some degree of fault, :rolleyes: and the list on the other thread hit almost...

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Gene LaCroix - Re-energizing the Arabian horse...

Nov 20 2012 05:45 PM | Mikey in Articles

Today, I received an email newsletter from Gene LaCroix (signed up at www.genelacroix.com) Who else received it? Personally, I’m excited to hear more about the new, very comprehensive plan for re-branding and re-energizing the Arabian horse industry...

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If Raffles were alive today would you breed to...

Nov 17 2012 12:07 PM | Peter Mileo in Articles

Check out this horse in the Gallery. He is a Raffles great grandson and shows an uncanny resemblance to him. Of course that could be attributed to his many crosses to Skowronek. So, is this a horse you would use?? He certainly has some very good qu...

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Has anyone used Foal.Org?

Nov 24 2012 01:35 PM | El Bey Angel in Articles

Just checking to be sure they are legitimate; has anyone used Foal.org for CA/SCID tests? Also, any tips on hair pulling, to get the whole follicle? Thanks in advance!

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Using Frozen Semen

Oct 16 2012 01:00 PM | KathyB in Articles

Looking for experiences with using frozen semen. What are your thoughts and would you do it again? How old was your mare and was she a maiden or had she had foals before. If successful how many try's did it take? I have only used AI in the past but...

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Interesting! Wonder if this will have any...

Jun 14 2012 11:05 AM | Dreamcatcher in Articles

http://www.aaep.org/...es_position.htm I was especially interested to read the paragraph about the shoe packages.

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A saddle my horse likes....are you kidding me?...

Jun 19 2012 08:07 PM | Runswithhorses in Articles

...it's a Wintec? My horse and I have been suffering the last year or more over saddle problems to the extent that I have not done a single show or endurance ride. Her back was injured pretty badly by a treeless saddle, which I bought after both...

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What do I need to know to scribe at a show?

May 08 2012 10:50 AM | chalice in Articles

I offered to scribe for some sport horse classes at an upcoming show, but I've never done anything like this before. Anyone out there ever do this before? If so, I'd much appreciate any hints, tips, or comments you might throw out to me. I thin...

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We don't pick our heart horses...they pick us

Mar 06 2012 10:49 PM | Pheobe in Articles

When I bred my mare five years ago, I knew I was breeding for her replacement. I wanted that special piece of her to be with me as long as possible. I hope I have another ten years with her but my heart tells me this is our last year together. She f...

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Equitation...your Thoughts

Feb 27 2012 07:02 PM | Pheobe in Articles

Maybe I was trained differently, maybe I'm too picky, but why is equitation no longer important? I had a whip placed behind my back, thru my elbows, to stop my from slouching. Twenty years later, I still don't slouch. I had to stand on the ba...

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How Is This Trend Popular?

Feb 24 2012 05:28 PM | Nicole&Reannon in Articles

OK, I am really sorry If I offend people with this remark, but I can't take this seriously, and have to say something. The last couple of years I have noticed the trend for people riding in bosals to have their hands so far apart they look like the...

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Vicks Under The Nose?

Feb 22 2012 10:01 PM | Nicole&Reannon in Articles

Ok, Stallion people... does rubbing Vicks under the nose of stallions really help them stay more settled at things like horse shows/group trail rides etc? I know obviously handling and training play the biggest roll in making a stallion behave and stay...

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Are Halter Horses Rideable Or Ridden?

Feb 21 2012 09:55 AM | Shah in Articles

I know that this might be a tad exhausted as we've discussed this before, but I see some really hefty, big rideable 5 yo geldings. One gal mentioned she'd like to hop on a grey who showed. What is the % of halter horses that are rideable or r...

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Pedigree Knowledge-Why We Need It

Feb 09 2012 05:15 PM | Arlene Magid in Articles

Why should you have as much knowledge of your horse's pedigree as you can? Pedigree knowledge is essential when fulfilling one's breeding goals, and it is equally important when marketing horses and stud services. It is the seller's respon...

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Laheeb and I...

Dec 24 2011 12:12 PM | Mustafa Sabankaya in Articles

In addition to concentrating and perpetuating our Classic Polish program over the past 35+ years, we have made some strategic outcrosses that have been extremely successful. For example, in 1989 we bred our senior stallion, SPARK, to 22 select Fadjur d...

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Further Insulin Resistant Woes

Jan 25 2012 06:43 PM | ladycascabel in Articles

I have posted before about my IR mare, OFW Carnation but I have a new episode to add. Out of the blue (no recent change in diet, exercize, or weather), last week she came up sore on all four feet. Acted like she was walking on eggshells. Called the vet...

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Not About Conformation And "out Behind"...

Jan 22 2012 09:02 AM | Lacinda in Articles

In my experience to see if a horse is 'out behind' you will draw a line from the outer point of rump (I hope thats what you call it) down to the ground and the hock WHEN THE HORSE IS SQUARE should fall inside or at this line. So many people...

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Questions About Stall Flooring

Jan 22 2012 05:27 PM | beck in Articles

Hello all! Building of my barn starts this week, weather permitting (which isn't looking good so far :bigemo_harabe_net-102: ) and I would like to know your thoughts about the stall savers (www.stallsavers.com) . Does anyone have these or kn...

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Native Costumes -- Advice?

Jan 21 2012 12:42 PM | ArabHrsLvr in Articles

So, I am planning to show Cooper in Native Costume this year...and I will need to buy a costume. Does anyone have suggestions on where to get one? What is a good price on a new or used costume? For $800 I have the option of buying the one his last...

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Let's See Those Beautiful Rescued Horses!

Jan 19 2012 03:10 PM | sparky in Articles

I know many of us would like to see photos and hear stories about your "rescue" horses. AND it's a terrific way to let people know about "diamonds in the rough".

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Arabian Type...past And Present?

Jan 17 2012 09:29 PM | Nicole&Reannon in Articles

I didn't want to take the topic of the shrinking gene pool in a completely different direction but the last few posts made me think about a few things that I thought would make a very interesting discussion on it's own. We often talk about cer...

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Permanent, Visible Identification?

Jan 16 2012 07:47 AM | JaneF. in Articles

Hi List I know this has been asked before, but...... What is or can be done to identify our horses permanently and visibly? I'm asking this again in light of the recently rescued herd of solid black/no markings horses in north Texas and all othe...

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Princess Alia Al Hussein About Excesses In The...

Jan 12 2012 02:24 PM | Ambar in Articles

WAHO posted the full text of her talk in a PDF, here: http://www.waho.org/...ia-WAHO2011.pdf The show scene has become actually a TRIAL for many spectators to attend. Those that do not have horses entered don't come because it is not a pleasure t...

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Shrinking Gene Pool

Jan 13 2012 07:51 PM | NIECE in Articles

I've kept this short, as I could go on to ad nauseam. I've been thinking about this topic for several days. There certainly have been more than a few comments about our "shrinking gene pool" and the need for outcross stallions. The re...

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Eggs, Embryos & Marketing

Jan 10 2012 03:57 AM | Selket Arabians in Articles

Of all the developments in animal husbandry, I am most astonished by the impact and possibilities of embryo transfer and marketing. It's not that I'm a late-bloomer, or that I've had my head in the sand as science has increased the impact...

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