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    08-01-2008, 01:45 AM
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Arabian Stallions

I'd love to see some quality Arabian stallions, preferably stallions that excell at endurance, and are known to pass their stamina onto their offspring..

I'm not looking to breed any time soon, as my mare is currently pregnant. But I'd love to see photos and websites.

Thanks a bunch in advance :) 8)
     
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    08-03-2008, 05:39 PM
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No one? I love the Old Egyptian bloodlines and the Crabbet bloodlines if that helps any.
     
    08-04-2008, 07:45 PM
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I have a stallion like that. He has a few lines to Nazeer through Aswan, and lots and lots of Crabbet breeding. He's 1/2 Spanish (the YM in Spain used a lot of Crabbet imports for their foundation). His sire is the spanish, and is by SS ORion and out of Pascion S (both can be seen on the Stanley Ranch website). They are super athletic Dressage and Jumping horses, but Orion has also produced endurance horses.

Lady, Mat's dam, was a Kasio daughter (2 x Aswan, 3 x Priboj) daughter, out of a Perlezon daughter. Lots of endurance, racing, and cow horses on that side too. RD Arizon, a son of Perlezon, was especially noted for his endurance foals, and was a 1/2 brother to Mat's gdam. She also has two crosses to Witez II (many race, endurance and cow horses), and Kellygar (raffles bred.. many relateds are on the endurance trail).

Mat is only 3, so not doing endurance yet. He's getting Dressage groundwork done now (he was a late foal.. turned 3 last week), and then will do reining for a few years before we do Endurance. He is built for it though, and has a lot of relatives doing quite well. He will produce it, as the spanish and russian horses are very "homozygous" for certain traits, including stamina and athleticism, as are his crabbet lines. I will be getting some pics soon that I'll post.

Currently, he's only available by approval.. meaning, I have to know about the mare, but I am open about what he is bred to. I think he will cross well with the English/Crabbet lines, as well as the Egyptian crosses. I would hesitate to bring him to a Straight Spanish mare, because they really should be bred to straight stallions, but a spanish bred mare would work well too.
     
    08-17-2008, 05:54 PM
  #4
Trained
I've got two Arabian stallions... Mostly Polish/Russian and the one is Eygptian sired.

They are both on my website at www.whisperingsecretarabians.com or if you click on the "horse" link under my avatar it will show you a picture of each. :)

You have a beautiful mare, by the way! :)
     
    08-17-2008, 07:06 PM
  #5
Foal
Sorry I don't know much about arabian but I had a Half-Arabian Mare who was born and bred in Quesnel BC She went back to Abu-Farwa on her Dam side and also on her sire side. She was probably 7/8 Arabian but could only be reg. Half. The breeding farm is still in Quesnel as far as I know. Sorry can't help you farther than that
     

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