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post #41 of 72 Old 08-09-2008, 05:44 AM
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The horse I used to ride (I used to ride a lot, :P) Press Time, was an Anglo-Arab... that or an Arabian Standardbred cross... unsure as to which. A gorgeous horse that can do almost anything, but was oftentimes more stubborn than a mule... :P
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post #42 of 72 Old 08-09-2008, 04:09 PM
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I love Arabians. :) The first horse I rode was an arabxQH, which I think is a perfect cross.
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post #43 of 72 Old 08-10-2008, 06:59 PM
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The first horse I ever rode was an Arab. She was a funnygirl but I liked her anyway. After that I didn't have much contact with them until now since I'm looking into getting an Arab mare. I love their personalities and how human oriented they seem to be. My maybe horse is a little on the crazy side but you can tell that she wants to understand so badly. Yay for Arabs!
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post #44 of 72 Old 08-10-2008, 07:32 PM
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I have a 1 yr old Arabian/saddle bred he's a fire ball and has a spunky personality. I can't wait to ride him he's the horse in my avatar.

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post #45 of 72 Old 08-10-2008, 10:46 PM
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I have a 1 yr old Arabian/saddle bred he's a fire ball and has a spunky personality. I can't wait to ride him he's the horse in my avatar.
Looks like a cutie!
Really neat facial markings. :)

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post #46 of 72 Old 08-10-2008, 11:31 PM
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I love Arabians. :) The first horse I rode was an arabxQH, which I think is a perfect cross.
They do tend to breed more consistantly than other crosses except the anglo arabs.

This was my boy.

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post #47 of 72 Old 08-11-2008, 04:27 PM
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I have two purebred Arabs and two Arab x Saddlebreds, as well as a Saddlebred broodmare.

I've been riding and showing Arabs since I was 3. I love them, could never have another breed.
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post #48 of 72 Old 12-29-2008, 01:25 AM
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Arabs all the way! I adore them. Always have.
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post #49 of 72 Old 12-29-2008, 03:03 AM
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I have 2 Arabs and 1 Arabian Pony.

CheyAut's Starlit Firefly, aka Calista, is my 3 y/o (almost 4 I guess) 13.3h Arabian Pony. Not sure what her other half is, other than something that made her palomino pinto ;) She's green, but I ride her on the trails and JUST started showing her W/T for some experience, she's my future h/j horse.

Golebica (I call her Spring) is my 14.1h bay mare. I haven't had her too long. She's VERY VERY VERY green. Not sure what to do with her... she's for sale though.

Braveheart W is my bay gelding. He's 4 years (almost 5) and 15.3 hands. I recently got him, and so far have only ridden him once (he was underweight so I was waiting until he got back up to par). This week I plan to take him to my trainers for some futher work, and because I don't have an arena, so it'll be easier to board him there so I can ride in her arena without hauling him all the time (she's not too far from me but it's too far to ride to) ;) He was shown in halter (Region 7 Reserve Champion) and had 4 months WP professional training before my friend got him. She was working on trail riding him (she does endurance on her Arab stallion and Arab mares), then leased him out. The leasor was the one who made him very skinny, so friend took him back and I bought him (I had loved him back when I first met him but couldn't buy him at the time). Except the one ride I did, he hadn't been ridden in 4 months or so, and is still green of course, but he's a nice boy. I'm unsure yet what I'll be doing with him, other than showing at Arabian shows and it'll be english. I love jumping and I love dressage... basically, it'll be up to what my trainer and I feel he's best suited for. I might try endurance or competitive trail riding, and I've always though Native Costume looked like fun... we'll see! :)

I can't access my pictures right now, but if anyone is interested in seeing them, you can check them out on my website at www.CheyAutRanch.com
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post #50 of 72 Old 12-29-2008, 10:12 AM
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Well I have three Arabians one is a Half/Arab mare. I love the spirit they have. They just are full of life and very smart.
I hope to always have my Black PB arabian filly Kareese she is amazing and beautiful. My Half/Arab is to smart for her own good. She opened her stall gate and then went over and opened Kareeses gate. I could have died when I found both of them in the feed can standing side by side. Thank Goodness They just started in the feed or I would have two sick horses on my hands. I have to lock Her gate now. Hot wire all the lots. She is just to smart.
I halter show them and just ride for fun.
I do have two of them for sale though. wish I could keep them all but Kareese is all I need for now.
My Magnum Psyche colt is for sale and my Black half/Arab mare is for sale.
Sadly they have to go, I just love the Arabs.
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