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 Jackie Cochran on May 1, 2011 at 5:53pm
I just had to cry on someone's shoulder. My favorite line of Arabians has been the Davenports for over 30 years, and I owned two. It has been a long time ago. I was just looking at the pictures on a Davenport farm website, and they are so wonderful! Not only that but their stallion has a super rare line going back to the full sister of the probable sire of my first horse, an Anglo-Arab gelding, my angel from heaven who taught me how to ride. I'm sort of crying, I miss them sooo much.
Luckily I'm riding what is probably a Crabbet bred mare, but it is just not the same as riding a Davenport. At least I get to ride an Arabian even if I can't own one any more.
Thanks for listening!
Comment by Belinda on October 13, 2010 at 3:46pm
have got an anglo-arab xxxx luv u saffffff XXXXXXXXXX they are amazing jumpers
Comment by Therese Keels on October 5, 2010 at 5:23pm
Hello everyone, just joined BM a couple days ago and spotted this page. Ahh, Arabs, so unique. I have an 18yr gld, light of my life! Which brings me to a request. I would like to find out a little about him and as he has a lip tat, I am hoping someone is a member of the Arab Assoc. and can track it down for me. Silly to join for one horse. Anyway, I also clicker coach, anyone else? :)
Comment by Lou Fitch on August 18, 2010 at 1:32pm
Debbie - You mentioned that after a two year search you found a "Chemosabe" granddaughter who is expecting any day now.... Do you mean a "Khemosabi++++//" granddaughter?
Comment by Lou Fitch on August 10, 2010 at 3:09pm
Hi to everyone. I'm new to Barn Mice but not new to Arabians. I've bred, train, shown and raced Arabians for over 50 years. I'll be checking in to see what is happening.
Comment by Kennedy Girls on July 25, 2010 at 11:06pm
OMG!!!!!!!OMG!!!!!! I LOVE ARABIANS
Comment by Rosemary Courser on May 24, 2010 at 3:11am
My mare is 95% arab...Spanish,Russian & Polish....lots of Crabbet breeding and "what a character!"

Comment by Rachel Distefano, AFER on April 14, 2010 at 10:19pm
arabs are my fav breed!
Comment by Colette Sossaman on April 13, 2010 at 8:55am
Debbie, Wow, hello Sister horsemen.Didn't know about your breeding program! I have a Chemosabe grandson gelding I found for a client a couple years ago. What a fabulous bloodline. Please keep us posted on here with your new arrival. Couldn't think of a more responsible breeder. Congrats!
Comment by Debbie Lavallee on April 13, 2010 at 8:21am
Hi Colette, How great to see someone I respect and admire as part of this group. I, too, am located in the Dallas area but am in the Eastern area halfway between Dallas and Tyler. I, too, love the Arab. They have great brains and the biggest hearts. You do have to give them a little bit more time to mature, in my opinion. I think by the time they are around 6 to 7 they have settled and are really ready to get to work and stop being silly. I am in the process of starting my breeding program of half Arab sport horses. I have an Oldenburg stallion, and after a 2-year search for the right mare found a Chemosabe granddaughter who is expecting any day now. I am so excited! My stallion is the son of Weltstern and an old style warmblood. The mare is nice and big without too refined of a head. I will post pictures as soon as it is born. I could go on and on about all the wonderful attributes of the Arab, but you guys already know :)
 
 
 
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