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post #1 of 18 Old 04-18-2012, 07:28 PM Thread Starter
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Hola! At the farm I board at another arabian has Aladdinn as a granddad just like my arabian Eleghant Lad (Laddy) they are both pure arabian. So does anyone else have Aladdinn in their horses bloodline? I'm curious if their are some horsey distant relatives here since he was such a bid stud. Here is the man himself Aladdinn.





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post #2 of 18 Old 04-19-2012, 01:15 AM
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Yes, Whisper's grandsire was Aladdinn. Her sire's name is "Aladdi" and hers is "Whisper of Aladdi". She was my heart horse but saddly I had to part with her last September. I've been thinking lately, how much I want to try and get her back when I am financially able.
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Another thread on him if you want to have a read :)

Anyone have a horse with Aladdinn in it's lines?
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post #5 of 18 Old 04-19-2012, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks I did! Didn't notice there was another thread but anyone with any other relatives can comment up here. Whisper22 she's gorgeous! Definitely some Aladdinn in her! And Laddys at the moment I can't think of his dam but his sire was Eleganz but he was not on the side with Aladdinn if I had his papers I could say for sure but right now I don't :(. But Eleghant Lad got the Lad from Aladdinn and Eleghant from Eleganz. But the horse you shared and mine are relatives!

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She goes back to Aladdinn... 5 generations back. We had a personality conflict, not sad at all when she sold LOL! Even my sister that trained her had a love/hate relation with her. Most of her problems came from being a bottle fed baby with idiot owners for the first four years of her life. She would blow with no warning because she acted more human than horse...

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Hello here is a question for you guys since there was already a horse named Aladdin in the US when Aladdin was shipped from Europe to here. So in turn to compete here they had to add an n to his name to create Aladdinn. So on a horses bloodlines would his name appear Aladdinn or Aladdin? I have Laddys bloodlines with me right now that's why I'm asking :).

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Hello here is a question for you guys since there was already a horse named Aladdin in the US when Aladdin was shipped from Europe to here. So in turn to compete here they had to add an n to his name to create Aladdinn. So on a horses bloodlines would his name appear Aladdinn or Aladdin? I don't have Laddys bloodlines with me right now that's why I'm asking :).

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For the mare I listed, her pedigree shows up the same as on Allbreedpedigree: Bk Star Fire Arabian
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