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    08-03-2008, 03:49 PM
  #31
Foal
I <3 my 1/2 ARABIAN!

I love my 1/2 arabian 1/2 quarter horse! She is 5 years old and she has already learned hunter on the flat (very well) western pleasure (all we have to finish is the lope at shows she has it down pat at home) and she s awesome (for a 5 year old) at reining, the only thing that is a problem (well not really a problem) is that she gets way to good at things to fast and then gets bored. But that is something I have learned to work threw, she was the 3rd horse I broke she was my second horse I had helped my trainer break 2 horses before her and then my trainer helped me fined juicy (my arabian cross) and it was awesome I love my other horse she is an app but she isnt quite as personable as juicy is.
     
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    08-03-2008, 06:08 PM
  #32
Foal
I had a paint x arab and she was a total b**** I loved her though.
She had major buddy probelms she would not go in the ring by herself and would rear and buck and throw a fit everytime. Then she kicked me, fractured my knee cap and got sold. Strangly, even though she is now no longer in my life and did all that, I still love her, miss her, and wish I could see her again. :(
     
    08-03-2008, 06:40 PM
  #33
Banned
I had a quarab that did extremely well in dressage.
     
    08-03-2008, 08:48 PM
  #34
Foal
I have an Arabian stallion (3yo last week) and two QH fillies. Next year, my oldest filly will be bred to an outside arabian stallion for a NCHA cutting prospect. My studmuffin is going into NRHA training next year after spending the winter getting some groundwork done w/ a dressage trainer. Of his relatives, the majority are SHs. His gdam was a lovely Field Hunter that also haltered a few times. His grandsire and his sire's full brother are both working hunters at upper levels, and do lower level dressage (I think his grandsire is at 3rd). His gdam's sire was a Saddleseat (Park) horse that haltered. On his dam's side there are some horses that raced (in Russia), as well as some that produced everything from Halter to Working Western to English Pleasure to Endurance.

What an incredibly diverse breed it is :)
     
    08-03-2008, 09:38 PM
  #35
Trained
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Originally Posted by smokygirl
I have an Arabian stallion (3yo last week) and two qh fillies. Next year, my oldest filly will be bred to an outside arabian stallion for a NCHA cutting prospect. My studmuffin is going into NRHA training next year after spending the winter getting some groundwork done w/ a dressage trainer. Of his relatives, the majority are SHs. His gdam was a lovely Field Hunter that also haltered a few times. His grandsire and his sire's full brother are both working hunters at upper levels, and do lower level dressage (I think his grandsire is at 3rd). His gdam's sire was a Saddleseat (Park) horse that haltered. On his dam's side there are some horses that raced (in Russia), as well as some that produced everything from Halter to Working Western to English Pleasure to Endurance.

What an incredibly diverse breed it is :)
Most people don't realise HOW diverse the Arabian actually is.

What sort of breeding is your stallion?
I'd love to see pictures. :)
     
    08-04-2008, 03:16 AM
  #36
Foal
I don't have any current pics.. but I should be getting some soon. I'm a terrible photographer (I could make the most beautiful horse in the world look like a mule). But, his breeding is awesome. He has 160 x to Rodania (going back as far as 22 generations.. lol.. I counted one day. It was a hard task). He is also 3 x Tabal, 3 x Priboj, and 2 x Aswan (all 5th generation or further back). His tail female line is Rodania via Rifala (dam of Raffles).

His sire is Tobascco, a straight spanish son of the incredible SS Orion (who has two National champion mares of Spain close up in his pedigree), and Toby's dam is one of the beautiful grand daughters of Kadofa. Kadofa had 4 daughters imported from Spain to the U.S. All were champions.. one in English Pleasure and driving, the other 3 were in Jumping and working hunter, as well as Dressage and Sport Horse Under Saddle. Orion and Pascion (Toby's parents) are both phenomenal horses.

His dam was Lady Kassie Kay (dec.). She was the last daughter of the Straight Russian stallion Kasio, imported from Holland. Kasio's sire Mamluk was a half brother to Monogramm via his dam Monogramma. Mamluk was an Aswan son. Aswan's sire was Nazeer, an influential Straight Egyptian that was awesome on the Race Track. Kasio's dam had a line to Aswan as well. And 3 x to Priboj (a great race horse sire in his own right). Lady's damline is considered the best in Arabdom world wide.. the great Rodania. More champions come from the line of Rodania/Wadduda (whom via mtDNA testing we now know to be from the same source). Rodania was hands down the best.... with Wadduda in second. What an interesting thing, with modern technology to find that they carried the same mare family :) Lady's dam was a beautiful daughter of the great Perlezon, who was much admired by both Wayne Newton and Daniel Gainey. He has two lines to Witez II (used extensively in the remount stations in the west. Though little records were kept, it's said that he was quite influential in the QH breed as well as in the Arabians, in the west).

So Matiz would almost seem to be a very odd mix, until you realize how much all three segments (Spanish, Russian and CMK) were influenced by the Crabbets imported from England. He's essentially the mixing of three different linebred bloodlines that share common ancestry way, way back.

I love the horse, and then I fell in love with his pedigree. I'm very excited for his future breeding career. The spanish horses were vigorously culled, and only the best kept and bred. Because of this, they are almost "homozygous" in many traits, so I suspect Matiz will be very predictable in what he produces.
     
    08-04-2008, 07:01 AM
  #37
Started
Wow! Sounds like you guys have wonderful Arabs! I'd love to see some more pictures of them! Keep on typing in, the all sound amazing! They look gorgeous!
     
    08-08-2008, 04:13 PM
  #38
Started
Here is another pic of the mare I owned...she was amazing....
     
    08-08-2008, 04:19 PM
  #39
Started
And, my gelding....

     
    08-08-2008, 11:36 PM
  #40
Foal
I have 5 that have anywhere from a quarter to half Arab in them. I am looking to sell a few and cut back to about three horses. Two I keep will be Morabs and one a Morgan.
     

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