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    01-07-2013, 12:39 AM
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Magic Aulrab performance foals?

He's a 1993 performance endurance ran/bred stallion. I really like him, I am considering him.

But I wanna know if anyone here has heard of him and or had his foals. I'd like to know more about this boy. I ride western and barrel race am starting pole bending this year as well. So...

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    01-07-2013, 01:36 AM
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I just imported a foal of his. Hopefully I'll be sending him off for halter and sport horse training, then western pleasure, but my long term goal for him once he is mature and done growing is to get him into reining.

Magic Aulrab is an incredible stallion, and produced VERY working foals. He has a wonderful deep girth and a great hip with superb legs that he passes onto his foals. Great neck, super shoulder, nice short back... And that head. The best thing about Magic Aulrab is that he is really great at correcting faults in mares and producing very fabulous, correct foals.

CMK Arabians have been doing extremely well in the endurance arena lately, including two of David Ward's horses, that are very closely related to Magic Aulrab, and I do know that several of his foals are already training for endurance, as well as Sport Horse, Dressage, and Western.
The thing that I really love about CMK horses, and the reason why I bought Khade (GLF Magical Khascade - I'm the Steff in Canada on that website :) ) is so I can start a CMK breeding program. I love to do reining and working cow and these bloodlines just keep proving themselves.
They aren't the lanky, thin legged Halter bred horses. You probably will never see a 100% CMK horse win in main ring halter, but if you want performance, you're looking in the right direction.
Magic is actually owned by Peter Mileo of City Slicker Ranch in Nevada - he often stands at Connie's place (Ginger Lynn Farms) during breeding season as he collects as a stallion station up there. Peter is a very acknowledge and very helpful man and I can pass along his contact information if you like.

Honestly, there isn't much of anything that I couldn't say about this stallion. He is, to me, the complete package. I would do anything for a Magic Aulrab daughter, but they are so hard to come by! LOL

I do have updated pictures of Khade as a two year old if you'd like to see how he's maturing. :)
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    01-07-2013, 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
I just imported a foal of his. Hopefully I'll be sending him off for halter and sport horse training, then western pleasure, but my long term goal for him once he is mature and done growing is to get him into reining.

Magic Aulrab is an incredible stallion, and produced VERY working foals. He has a wonderful deep girth and a great hip with superb legs that he passes onto his foals. Great neck, super shoulder, nice short back... And that head. The best thing about Magic Aulrab is that he is really great at correcting faults in mares and producing very fabulous, correct foals.

CMK Arabians have been doing extremely well in the endurance arena lately, including two of David Ward's horses, that are very closely related to Magic Aulrab, and I do know that several of his foals are already training for endurance, as well as Sport Horse, Dressage, and Western.
The thing that I really love about CMK horses, and the reason why I bought Khade (GLF Magical Khascade - I'm the Steff in Canada on that website :) ) is so I can start a CMK breeding program. I love to do reining and working cow and these bloodlines just keep proving themselves.
They aren't the lanky, thin legged Halter bred horses. You probably will never see a 100% CMK horse win in main ring halter, but if you want performance, you're looking in the right direction.
Magic is actually owned by Peter Mileo of City Slicker Ranch in Nevada - he often stands at Connie's place (Ginger Lynn Farms) during breeding season as he collects as a stallion station up there. Peter is a very acknowledge and very helpful man and I can pass along his contact information if you like.

Honestly, there isn't much of anything that I couldn't say about this stallion. He is, to me, the complete package. I would do anything for a Magic Aulrab daughter, but they are so hard to come by! LOL

I do have updated pictures of Khade as a two year old if you'd like to see how he's maturing. :)
YES!!!!!! I wanna see!!!!
     
    01-07-2013, 02:05 AM
  #4
Trained
13 months:





He is just over two years old in these pictures.









Uhh...Excuse me. Not MY shot, but this is just to give you an idea of his height. I'm 5'2



Two and a half:









Whew...LOL
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    01-07-2013, 02:19 AM
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
13 months:





He is just over two years old in these pictures.









Uhh...Excuse me. Not MY shot, but this is just to give you an idea of his height. I'm 5'2



Two and a half:









Whew...LOL

OMFG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE HIM! I noticed Magic was a bit upright. But your foal looks AMAZING! He almost looks TB like and ready to run. Okay, that's it. Magic is my stallion. Dead set on it.
     
    01-07-2013, 02:24 AM
  #6
Trained
Magic Aulrab is a little upright through his pasterns, but this guy came out great. I saw a picture of him as a three months old and had my heart set. Then he sold, and I cried (okay, not literally, but...lol). Then the buyer defaulted and I got in there like a dirty shirt.
If Peter did shipped semen to Canada, I would be breeding to him this year. As of now, I have to find a way to get my mares to California. LOL

So, thank you! I'm really, UBER excited about this young man!
I'll see if I can find a few more pictures of Magic's foals for you. :)
     
    01-07-2013, 02:31 AM
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
Magic Aulrab is a little upright through his pasterns, but this guy came out great. I saw a picture of him as a three months old and had my heart set. Then he sold, and I cried (okay, not literally, but...lol). Then the buyer defaulted and I got in there like a dirty shirt.
If Peter did shipped semen to Canada, I would be breeding to him this year. As of now, I have to find a way to get my mares to California. LOL

So, thank you! I'm really, UBER excited about this young man!
I'll see if I can find a few more pictures of Magic's foals for you. :)

YAYAYAY! Also... I'm dumb... But could you explain how shipping semen and AI work?
     
    01-07-2013, 02:39 AM
  #8
Yearling
God those horses are beautiful!
     
    01-07-2013, 02:48 AM
  #9
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Originally Posted by Baylen Jaxs    
YAYAYAY! Also... I'm dumb... But could you explain how shipping semen and AI work?
For shipping and AI, it's a working relationship with your vet. It would help if you have a teaser stallion to let you know when she's cycling, and then you'll have to bring her in for an ultrasound to see when her follicles are ready. If you catch her right on the first go, you're expenses should be pretty minimal for ultrasounds (which up here run about $30 each).
They usually give you a days notice so you can contact the stallion owner to have the semen fed ex'ed to you and your vet will inseminate. Ultrasounds will be done again in a few weeks to confirm whether she caught or not.
I don't believe there are any regulations for shipping semen within the US (semen going into Canada has to be tested for CEM which includes this long six week testing process which is why he isn't available here) but I would check with your local or state vet just to be sure. There will be a damage retainer on these - I think it's about $200 a container that they take a credit card for, but once they are returned there is no charge.
Fresh, cooled semen in the best - Magic Aulrab still has good quality semen despite his age - and I'd only go frozen as a last resort - you need more semen per dose to catch and it's not nearly as reliable as cooled.
Your vet will really be able to give you a good detailed explanation and schedule though. :)

I didn't get a chance to get the pictures out of here, but if you get bored, there's a lot of examples of his foals in this thread here:

Magic Aulrab at Stud - Arabian Stallions at Stud - Arabian Horse Breeders Network
     
    01-07-2013, 03:00 AM
  #10
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by WSArabians    
For shipping and AI, it's a working relationship with your vet. It would help if you have a teaser stallion to let you know when she's cycling, and then you'll have to bring her in for an ultrasound to see when her follicles are ready. If you catch her right on the first go, you're expenses should be pretty minimal for ultrasounds (which up here run about $30 each).
They usually give you a days notice so you can contact the stallion owner to have the semen fed ex'ed to you and your vet will inseminate. Ultrasounds will be done again in a few weeks to confirm whether she caught or not.
I don't believe there are any regulations for shipping semen within the US (semen going into Canada has to be tested for CEM which includes this long six week testing process which is why he isn't available here) but I would check with your local or state vet just to be sure. There will be a damage retainer on these - I think it's about $200 a container that they take a credit card for, but once they are returned there is no charge.
Fresh, cooled semen in the best - Magic Aulrab still has good quality semen despite his age - and I'd only go frozen as a last resort - you need more semen per dose to catch and it's not nearly as reliable as cooled.
Your vet will really be able to give you a good detailed explanation and schedule though. :)

I didn't get a chance to get the pictures out of here, but if you get bored, there's a lot of examples of his foals in this thread here:

Magic Aulrab at Stud - Arabian Stallions at Stud - Arabian Horse Breeders Network

Whoa!! Thank you! That helps! OOOO I'm joined there!

Picture of my mare, she is the ever so slightest down hill. He has a sloping shoulder, nice head(I think) her neck I think is a tad skinny. She's got goose rump and her topline needs muscle and she is a little cowhocked. But I was told Arabs are just like that to compensate for there structure.

I have had people tell me she isn't breeding worthy. She's Adhem bred, EG, Polish mostly but has crabbit back in there. She was a broodmare and had 3 foals the two that I've seen were nice looking even as foals.

If I bred her, I would keep the foal. I have no intention of selling what so ever. I just want one foal to have apart of her after she passes and another mount when she is retired.
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