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post #1 of 9 Old 06-27-2012, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Arabian lines? What was she actually bred for?

I know she has crabbit, polish and Egyptian. But which one does she have more of? I'm not sure if she was bred for show, or just a mixed matched Arab with different lines. I barrel race her she's on the stockier side. I was told Polish was a good line for barrels since some of them are race bred and I was told Crabbit was good too. I was just wondering what she was actually bred for. She was a broodie till she turned 9, I broke her and now she's my barrel mare.


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post #2 of 9 Old 06-27-2012, 11:19 PM
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Until recently it was not unheard of to see top halter horses also show in performance classes and win.
Now with the specialization of halter horses and other events the arab breed is becoming like the QH.
Different lines for different classes.
Your mares pedigree has some good solid arabians in it and that is why she should do well in performance classes.
Without seeing her bocy type there is no way of guessing what she is bred for. Shalom
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Until recently it was not unheard of to see top halter horses also show in performance classes and win.
Now with the specialization of halter horses and other events the arab breed is becoming like the QH.
Different lines for different classes.
Your mares pedigree has some good solid arabians in it and that is why she should do well in performance classes.
Without seeing her bocy type there is no way of guessing what she is bred for. Shalom
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She was bred to be my desert mount & live in my tent. Deliver her to me at once Fatima!
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She was bred to be my desert mount & live in my tent. Deliver her to me at once Fatima!
! I think I might have to keep her </3!!
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post #6 of 9 Old 06-28-2012, 12:24 AM
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She looks like she'd be an awesome trail, competitive trail, endurance type horse. Those Crabbets were bred to not only be lookers and sweet but athletic as all get out.
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She looks like she'd be an awesome trail, competitive trail, endurance type horse. Those Crabbets were bred to not only be lookers and sweet but athletic as all get out.
I do use her as a trail horse as well. She has AWESOME stamina and endurance. She was being a toot the other day and was wanting to run so I let her run and she ran for a half a mile before slowing down to a midly fast lope and then we went for about 1/4 of a mile more before going down to a trot.
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I believe it. You might check out Competitive Trail and see if there are any CTR's in your area, those are a blast and I bet she'd be a superstar with her endurance and speed.

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I agree about the competitive trail. She's a really nice horse, the Polish and Crabbet horses are very well-known for being athletic, they can do it all. You mare looks like a very nice western type horse, I bet she'd be great at trail.
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