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    02-13-2012, 11:39 PM
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Honestly, I may get in trouble for this but if you guys want more info on Elements Arabians go to the free speech horse forum(fhotd64476.yuku.com) and do a search. The results are NOT pretty.
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Element Arabians don't own the filly. The filly is in Mississippi and I only used links to Element Arabians' site because they have several pictures of the sire, dam and filly.
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    02-13-2012, 11:40 PM
  #32
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Its really far back....from last year. If you really want info just post a new thread and ask. I'm sure they'd be glad to help.
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    02-14-2012, 12:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher Arabians    
Try contacting Susan Bates at Stormhaven Farms in Caldwell, ID. Hopefully she's not too far from you. She has some PHENOMENAL youngsters for sale and they are not humungously overpriced. They come from National Champion stock, she even owns one horse who was a Brazilian national champ. She has some youngsters that you not only could show 4H and open if you want, you could easily take them to Nationals if you desired it.
I might be interested if I were able to browse a website to see what was available, but I didn't find any more than a link to a stallion ad and someone posting about Susan Bates misrepresenting a horse for sale. She isn't very close to me, and if I were looking for a National quality Arabian, I would be going through Heritage Arabian Farm up in Spokane. I have been in contact with them before, I like what they do and how they run their breeding operation. It is also just as close to me as Caldwell, ID (Caldwell would be closer if mountain ranges weren't in the way causing me to drive south a long ways before going northwest while Spokane is straight north, then west). Though most of the young stock they sell for less then the big winners are the ones they feel won't do as well at top levels of competition. They really liked my mom's stallion when they worked him in December, but felt that he wouldn't do as well in WP because he didn't have the swan neck that the judges like to see. But I have no interest in National quality at this time, maybe in another ten years that would be something I would like to try out, but not at this time.
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    02-15-2012, 06:11 AM
  #34
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I have a half Araian filly that looks like her. She is 4 now and is out of the bey shah bloodlines. I have her mother who is also out of that line. Including El Mohktar. One of the stallions that was in the movie Return of the black stallion.
     
    02-15-2012, 10:40 AM
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I have a half Araian filly that looks like her. She is 4 now and is out of the bey shah bloodlines. I have her mother who is also out of that line. Including El Mohktar. One of the stallions that was in the movie Return of the black stallion.
I am looking at "babies" since I won't be riding on a regular basis for another two years (when my youngest will be in school). So a four year old is old enough to need regular riding now, and I am not much into 6 year old green broke horses. I have found, in my own experience, that fully mature horses tend to have a lot more attitude and less willing when they are broken in when they are older.

I also found out yesterday that the filly could be shipped to Colorado for not a whole lot, which cuts down half my distance. I haven't been sent recent pictures yet, so I am impatiently waiting for a picture update.
     
    02-15-2012, 10:45 AM
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Have you been to their facebook site? They have alot of photos of their horses in their albums. I haven't looked specifically for her. But, if she isn't owned by them, they may not have up to date ones. She usually takes quite a few photos
     
    02-15-2012, 11:02 AM
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Never mind, she has the same pics as you have above.
     
    02-15-2012, 05:42 PM
  #38
Foal
I don't want to sell her. I just wanted to say I have one like her. And she is broke. In my pocket broke. Bey Shah was a good stallion. He produced many many champions. My horses all have good feet. Bey Shah , Bey EL Bey. Huckleberry Bey, Desperado V. All of them have produced exceptional breeding stock. I simply replied because I have a number of horses with that line.
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    02-16-2012, 08:25 PM
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I would never buy anything that came from that breeding program... some simple google searches would show why. I realize this filly isn't for sale by that particular breeder, but it doesn't change who bred her, who her parents are, her lack of pedigree, etc...

If you'd like a really nice performance AND halter foal, you should message me. I'll be having a purebred foal this year out of a Spanish/Polish mare and sired by an exceptional SE/AK stallion. Dam's dam is a graded stakes winner and her sire is a multi-champion in HUS, Halter, EP, Native Costume, etc... The sire of this foal is a son of the multi-champion stallion El Norus, and out of a multi-champion Halter and Hunter mare. Foal will have a rare Zobeyni sire line. Out of the 4 generation pedigree on this foal, only 3 or 4 horses aren't champions or champion producers.

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To the comments on shipping- I have shipped to California, and from South Dakota with absolutely no issues. When one uses a respected hauler there's no reason to worry.
     
    02-17-2012, 04:13 AM
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Foal
The pedigree is something to look at. It is the foundation of which the filly was based on. If you look into it alittle more you will understand what the pedigree means. I have to disagree with the person who trashed the Varinan breeding program. She must be doing something right to end up in the Hall Of Fame. Like I said my horses are all sound and have never had a issue. And by the way. Did you know when the Arabians first came to this country. Any white markings on them was conciderd impure.Not so today because we change and out breed now. But that is the way it was when we first start to import. LOOK it up.
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