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        01-09-2013, 09:40 PM
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    Originally Posted by equiniphile    
    Acutally, they might be. They're downsizing their herd to just a few.
    Ohio is kind of far, and I wasn't really looking to buy until my leg/hip heals... But that's what I want. Would be nice if she were ten years younger, of course. LOL
    Do you have photo's?
         
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        01-09-2013, 09:44 PM
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    Ohio is kind of far, and I wasn't really looking to buy until my leg/hip heals... But that's what I want. Would be nice if she were ten years younger, of course. LOL
    Do you have photo's?
    She's actually in CO. I don't think I have any photos, unfortunately, but I'll see if I got any from my last trip out there.
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        01-09-2013, 09:56 PM
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    Originally Posted by equiniphile    
    She's actually in CO. I don't think I have any photos, unfortunately, but I'll see if I got any from my last trip out there.
    Hhmm... Colorado is way closer...
    Would love to see some photo's :)
    When was her last foal?
         
        01-09-2013, 11:26 PM
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    Originally Posted by Muppetgirl    
    Thankyou!! If I had my pick, Erros would be for me. Solid looking animal for sure! All lovely though!
    Yes, he sure is stunning!
    I LOVE my Erros g-granddaughter. :)
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        01-10-2013, 03:13 AM
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    WSArabians,
    This is his breeding:
    Centurian Arabian
    He was stood as a stallion in his younger years however when the stud downsized they decided to keep his father instead of the young stallion (given that they were in thier 80's I can't blame them). He was gelded to give him a better life. Unfortunatly his father broke a leg 2 weeks later. Rian was the only male purebred from his line.
         
        01-10-2013, 04:47 AM
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    Arabs bred in different areas have different strengths. Egyptians lines are more dishy in the face, taller overall... Russian tend more bulky as far as arabs get I think.... takes a bit of study to really tell the difference and decide what you prefer. Kinf od like the QH can be tall and thin for the track and H/J of short and bulky for the cow people. Still QH just different versions.
         
        01-10-2013, 09:52 PM
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    Ok this is good! I feel like I'm getting educated! If a person were to look at an Arab to purchase, what should one REALLY look for, apart from typical PPE stuff.....also are there any health or genetic predispositions to watch for (eg. Like Impressive lines in QHs) ........what do you look for, test for, and what do you avoid?
         
        01-10-2013, 10:14 PM
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    Originally Posted by Muppetgirl    
    Ok this is good! I feel like I'm getting educated! If a person were to look at an Arab to purchase, what should one REALLY look for, apart from typical PPE stuff.....also are there any health or genetic predispositions to watch for (eg. Like Impressive lines in QHs) ........what do you look for, test for, and what do you avoid?

    Yup, absolutely.

    CA - Cerebellar Abiotrophy - Found in any type of Arabian. Two carriers will, 99% of the time, result in a dead foal. My guy in my avatar is by *Ecaho ( N/CA) and MS Adrianna Bey (N/CA) and of the roughly 3500 horses listed, he is only one of four (last time I checked) that is CA N/N out of two carrier parents.
    N/N - CA Clear
    N/CA - CA Carrier
    CA/CA - CA Affected
    List of horses posted:
    CA MAIN Status List

    SCID - Severe Combined Immunodeficiency - Once again found is all types of Arabians. Foals are born with severly affected immune systems.

    LFS - Lavender Foal Syndrome - Most often found only in Straight Eygptian Arabians, and is an inherited neurological disease.

    Those ones are specficially Arabian related, but you can get other's that are found in all other breeds such as GPT, JIE, and OAAM.

    EVERY one of these diseases are able to be verified by genetic testing.
    If you don't test and breed two carriers, you don't have much to watch for because you'll have a dead foal 99% of the time. Careful research and testing prior to breeding will prevent any affected foals, just like testing for Lethal White.
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        01-10-2013, 10:17 PM
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    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    Yup, absolutely.

    CA - Cerebellar Abiotrophy - Found in any type of Arabian. Two carriers will, 99% of the time, result in a dead foal. My guy in my avatar is by *Ecaho ( N/CA) and MS Adrianna Bey (N/CA) and of the roughly 3500 horses listed, he is only one of four (last time I checked) that is CA N/N out of two carrier parents.
    N/N - CA Clear
    N/CA - CA Carrier
    CA/CA - CA Affected
    List of horses posted:
    CA MAIN Status List

    SCID - Severe Combined Immunodeficiency - Once again found is all types of Arabians. Foals are born with severly affected immune systems.

    LFS - Lavender Foal Syndrome - Most often found only in Straight Eygptian Arabians, and is an inherited neurological disease.

    Those ones are specficially Arabian related, but you can get other's that are found in all other breeds such as GPT, JIE, and OAAM.

    EVERY one of these diseases are able to be verified by genetic testing.
    If you don't test and breed two carriers, you don't have much to watch for because you'll have a dead foal 99% of the time. Careful research and testing prior to breeding will prevent any affected foals, just like testing for Lethal White.
    You know your stuff! Thanks!
         
        01-10-2013, 10:19 PM
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    Originally Posted by faye    
    WSArabians,
    This is his breeding:
    Centurian Arabian
    He was stood as a stallion in his younger years however when the stud downsized they decided to keep his father instead of the young stallion (given that they were in thier 80's I can't blame them). He was gelded to give him a better life. Unfortunatly his father broke a leg 2 weeks later. Rian was the only male purebred from his line.
    Wow! I don't see Rissalix breeding very often, and he's one of my favourites! SUPER nice! What a shame about this sire, and this guy being gelded.
         

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