The story about this Arabian
Senrabwas a 1953 chestnut gelding by Potif out of Mufissa. He began life as a misfit in danger of ending up in a can of dog food, but through patient and persistent training developed into one of the greatest jumpers the Arab breed has ever known. Standing just 14.3 hands, in his competitive prime, Senrab cleared up to 6�4" fences with ease in FEI jumper classes on the West Coast. He often competed in Puissance (high jump) classes, and carried many young students of the girl�s school which owned him to wins in tough children�s jumper classes at open shows. As his jumping successes grew, his difficult temperament mellowed, and he became a school favorite. He was well known for his own unique style of jumping and for his preference for a capacity crowd, so he was very popular with spectators. After his retirement from competition in his late teens he was still shown frequently in exhibition--jumping tractors and stacked-up wheelbarrows--and ridden as a school mount.
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