Arabian Horse Lovers

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Arabian Horse Lovers

This group is for those who love Arabians.

Members: 87
Latest Activity: Nov 20, 2012

This group is all about Arabian Horses. Arabian Horses have long been praised for their speed, endurance, spirit, and beauty. The evidence of the Arabian influence is all around such as Thoroughbreds speed.

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Arabians have spirit! 1 Reply

Alright so I had an Arabian who had been abused. At first she was nervous, flightly, and agressive around adults. I was mesmerized by her at first, but I also was terified of her. She was a huge…Continue

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Started by amy. Last reply by Kiera Walker Oct 25, 2010.

Arabian & Half-Arabian Sport Horse Nationals

Is anyone going to the Arabian & Half-Arabian Sport Horse Nationals to be held September 22 thru 26, 2010 at the Idaho Horse Center in Nampa, Idaho? Sport Horse Nationals celebrates its eighth…Continue

Started by Lou Fitch Aug 18, 2010.

can you help? 2 Replies

I want to upload a video, but seem to be unable? Any advice?I look forward to getting to know you all and telling you about myself and my little mare "TP Last Tango"Continue

Started by Nora Robinson. Last reply by Nora Robinson Aug 15, 2010.

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Comment by Nina Nolls Buchholtz on September 17, 2009 at 1:22am
HI im new here. I have a black arabianxpercheron gelding. His name is Legacys Nightshade or as we call him ;Legs lol
Comment by Chelsea on August 12, 2009 at 6:09pm
hello im just new to this site and so far im loving it, and im very gald to see that there are many more people who love arabs aswell... i own a 13 year old straight egypitian arab, and i love him to death. many people who see him say he acts more like a quater horse hes so quite..althought that took a while to get him like that..still love him.. thanks for spending time to read
Comment by Renee Miller on May 3, 2009 at 11:34pm
I am excited about this group. I have had arabians for the last 30 years of my life, but am new to the sport of Dressage.(a student of dressage for the past 6 years). I love the discipline, now the art of dressage will be when I feel successful in the ring with my arabs. Certainly looking forward to the journey that lies ahead!!!
Comment by Sarah Duffy on April 23, 2009 at 9:02pm
does anyone know about Sha Al badi? i only really know about throughbreds and quarter horses
Comment by Dianna McPhail on April 23, 2009 at 6:26pm
Cassandra,
I just read your post, and my horse is a distant releative of Abu Farwa as well. Russek is out of Perkoz.
Comment by Dianna McPhail on April 23, 2009 at 6:25pm
I must say that I am so very excited to be a part of this group. I have a Polish Arab that I bought 17 years ago. He was a reiner off the circuit and came to me with many issues, and an abundant amount of talent.
He will be celebrating his 25th Birthday this Tuesday April 28th.
I am in awe of the Bask bloodlines; their beauty and elegance and intelligence.
Russek is a large part of my new book; On the Right lead. The horse on the cover is a look alike arab because my guy does not gallop anymore.
Comment by Emily on April 23, 2009 at 4:55pm
i own an 8 year old arabian gelding that was rescued from a meat market :(
we do dressage :) and i love him to death!
Comment by Sarah Duffy on April 23, 2009 at 8:51am
i own a 12 year old anglo arab mare. she is chestnut with a star strip snip. she is 15.1hh. i have had her since christmas 2008. Before i got her she had been aloud to get a way with everything. but now i have brought her back under saddle and she is an amazing ride.
Comment by cassandra vinckers on March 17, 2009 at 8:21am
Hi -I am Cassandra and of all the horses I have ever owned and ridden I love Arabs the best-Tom is 23 now and a son of Middlemarch out of an Abu Farwa granddaughter-bombproof, responsible and a genius at escaping from his stall- I also have a 16 (or thereabouts) year old gelding I call Rocketman and would love to know if anyone recognizes him- her came to me with a lot of issues to do with tacking up- I figure whoever had him tossed the saddle on, girthed him up tight and galloped off while hangin onto his face- he had a dislocated lowere mandibl bareback with a halter he is as close to a perfect ride as you could get- anyways he is 15h, liver chestnut with a little blaze , a sock in front and a stocking right hind, the clubbiest front feet you could ever imagine, but quite a bit of bone for a horse with a meddium frame-really typey head and neck-sound familiar to anybody- no one could ever forget these front feet! I got hime out by Simcoe with no papers as a rescue, but would love to know his background/breeding, if anyone can help...
Comment by Kimberley Kinsey on March 17, 2009 at 1:05am
Hi, I have 2 unregistered Polish Arabian Mares. They are both Gorgeous. Francy is my main saddle horse and one of the most gorgeous horses I own. Crystal is my young mare that is still in training and she is expecting this summer from a Nevada Mustang Stallion that we own. Arabians are one of my most favorite breeds. I am going to attempt to make native arabian costumes for them in the next few weeks as they are supposed to carry my groom and I down the isle for our wedding.
 
 
 
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