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    08-30-2011, 01:10 PM
  #21
Trained
Mine is CMK breeding. Don't know enough about conformation to know if she is good or bad...at $1200, I doubt she would be a show winning anything. Her sire was Gazarr (Gazarr++ - A Black Horse Community)

She has more endurance than I ever will, has days where she is as sweet as butter and days where...well, I haven't ridden her in months as I try to work with her spook-factor. When she gets a bit wound up, she just floats on air - but air doesn't seem to be what I land on! Although the floaty thing is fun to watch from the ground...which is where I end up when she gets wound up.

From a couple of years ago, with my oldest daughter riding her:

     
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    08-30-2011, 02:42 PM
  #22
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I disagree with the SE stereotype. It's all about breeding. I love my SE and his inquisitive, loving, goofy personality. He's not hot by any means and is "halter-bred" through and through. Sure, he's expressive and silly, but he's just like any other line as far as that goes.

I like them all from super typey to flat-faced. I prefer mine a little more on the typey side because that's what sets him apart from the other breeds. I think all the lines have beautiful ideal types and variations, though.
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    08-31-2011, 05:03 AM
  #23
Foal
I just love Arabians.:) The SE, Crabbet, Russians, and Pharas seems to be my faves because I tend to like stallions and horses from those lines.

But my dream Arabian is the Black Stallion.Not sure what he is from.lol
     
    08-31-2011, 10:57 AM
  #24
Foal
Cass Ole

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Originally Posted by WildJessie    
I just love Arabians.:) The SE, Crabbet, Russians, and Pharas seems to be my faves because I tend to like stallions and horses from those lines.

But my dream Arabian is the Black Stallion.Not sure what he is from.lol
The Black Stallion was Cass Ole, sired by Al-Marah Cassanova (*Raffles) and out of La Bahia (Hanad)...absolutely lovely Crabbet/Kellogg pedigree (and horse)!! Al-Marah's breeding program is still going strong although I do not know if they would still have any close relatives.
     
    08-31-2011, 11:12 AM
  #25
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I'm not a huge fan of SE Arabians just looks-wise (I haven't had much experience with them personally). To me, the majority of them don't really look like they could survive a long day of work based solely on their bone structure. I'm sure they could and would survive, just the fact that they look like they couldn't, for the most part, kinda puts me off.

My favorite are Polish bred Arabs. I love love love how they're generally chunkier but not to chunky. Lacey is heavily Polish bred (with a smidge of Crabbet) and I love her look. She definitely looks like an Arab and she has the Arab personality that I love but she also has the bone structure to go all day over all kinds of terrain and not really be any worse for wear, even at 26 years old!

However, I love Arabians as a general rule so I wouldn't not get one I was interested in because it was SE instead of Polish, yknow?
     
    08-31-2011, 11:16 AM
  #26
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Originally Posted by Wallaby    
I'm not a huge fan of SE Arabians just looks-wise (I haven't had much experience with them personally). To me, the majority of them don't really look like they could survive a long day of work based solely on their bone structure. I'm sure they could and would survive, just the fact that they look like they couldn't, for the most part, kinda puts me off.
Don't let their daintiness fool you, they can go all day long and them some! But, I'm like you...I just like Arabians.
     
    08-31-2011, 11:27 AM
  #27
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I agree. They can certainly go all day long and then wonder why they had to stop when they're done. That's how mine is. He'll longe all day at a walk, trot, canter, doesn't matter. He loves running the whole time and hasn't really slowed down any since I first got him a year and a half ago as a long yearling, but his stamina sure has increased, lol. I'll be looking into competitive trail riding and then hopefully endurance in the future.
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    08-31-2011, 11:32 AM
  #28
Showing
I like the arab look, but I'm not fan of very "dishy" faces (although I know only certain lines have them). As for lineage - I'm totally dumb on that...

BTW, this clip was posted while back on forum, and for some reason I really liked it...


P.S. Sorry if my post is somewhat not on topic...
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    08-31-2011, 11:58 AM
  #29
Weanling
Which horse is this?

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Originally Posted by bsms    
Mine is CMK breeding. Don't know enough about conformation to know if she is good or bad...at $1200, I doubt she would be a show winning anything. Her sire was Gazarr (Gazarr++ - A Black Horse Community)

She has more endurance than I ever will, has days where she is as sweet as butter and days where...well, I haven't ridden her in months as I try to work with her spook-factor. When she gets a bit wound up, she just floats on air - but air doesn't seem to be what I land on! Although the floaty thing is fun to watch from the ground...which is where I end up when she gets wound up.

From a couple of years ago, with my oldest daughter riding her:

What is your mares name? The link you posted to ABH shares posts that I made in reference to th Gazarr question what seems like a lifetime ago. Would love to know who your mare is

Denise Gainey
     
    08-31-2011, 12:15 PM
  #30
Trained
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Originally Posted by HGEsquire    
What is your mares name? The link you posted to ABH shares posts that I made in reference to th Gazarr question what seems like a lifetime ago. Would love to know who your mare is

Denise Gainey
Her registered name is something like Zara Mia, but I'd have to dig out the paperwork to know. Just Mia around here. I know close to nothing about Arabians & their bloodlines. Your posts on that link contains everything I 'know'! Thank you.
     

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