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    08-25-2011, 05:13 AM
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Foal
Different types of Arabians?

Everytime I read a thread about Arabians and someone brings up Egyptian, Polish, and others it just shows me how little I know about the breed!lol. They are my favorite breed of horse, so I would love to learn all I can about them. I know next to nothing about the different lines of Arabians.

So as a newbie, does anyone know where I can look up and read about the different types of Arabians? This includes books, websites etc. I also have a few random questions about the breed.

Are they called lines or types? I am referring to Egyptian, Polish and so on.

How many are there?

What are the main differences?

What one is Fire n' Ice from? Bask? Keonsanobi?(Sp. I know I butchered that name!)

Is the color black really that rare in the Arabian breed? Which lines/types is it found more in? I love black animals(Blame the Black Stallion!lol)

I may have more questions later on, but that's all I can think of for now.

Thanks! Oh please feel free to post pictures! I love seeing pictures!
     
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    08-25-2011, 05:37 AM
  #2
Foal
Sorry if there is already a thread like this.
     
    08-25-2011, 09:06 AM
  #3
Weanling
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Originally Posted by WildJessie    
Everytime I read a thread about Arabians and someone brings up Egyptian, Polish, and others it just shows me how little I know about the breed!lol. They are my favorite breed of horse, so I would love to learn all I can about them. I know next to nothing about the different lines of Arabians.

So as a newbie, does anyone know where I can look up and read about the different types of Arabians? This includes books, websites etc. I also have a few random questions about the breed.

Are they called lines or types? I am referring to Egyptian, Polish and so on.

How many are there?

What are the main differences?

What one is Fire n' Ice from? Bask? Keonsanobi?(Sp. I know I butchered that name!)

Is the color black really that rare in the Arabian breed? Which lines/types is it found more in? I love black animals(Blame the Black Stallion!lol)

I may have more questions later on, but that's all I can think of for now.

Thanks! Oh please feel free to post pictures! I love seeing pictures!
This is our stallion HG Esquire+ who is of domestic lines which represent that he has within his pedigree individuals that derive from Crabbet Stud, Egyptian lines (think of the Bedouins), from the Polish & Russian Goverment Breeding programs and of course those individuals that were bred & raised right here in the good old United States.

He is from the Khemosabi family on his sires side to include the stallion that you mention *Bask and from the imported Russian Stallions *Muscat & *Nariadni lines on his dams side to include those Crabbet/English horses tail female.

His domestic breeding creates a wonderful blend between all the Arabian lines. You can visually see how lovely he is ~ However Beauty is only skin deep you know....and he has much much more to offer in addition to being simply stunning and a wonderful representitive of his pedigree yeah I know mushy but all true


Photo used on backside centerfold Horse Illustrated Feb. 2008 to represent the Arabian Sport Horse Characteristics


Used as a prop for my daughters Senior pictures


Does his job in the breeding shed well! (thank you Maria Gentry for creating this beautiful design)


And is just simply a photographers picture perfect subject


Yes, I am predjudiced ~ ..........And as a breeder of Pure Crabbet lines, then Pure Polish, Russian/Polish crosses and now domestic I can personally vouch that they all are wonderul animals!

Denise Gainey
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    08-25-2011, 09:41 AM
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Showing
Denise, I've been watching your horses for years and I just have to say they're quite stunning visually, and they're also very athletic individuals.

If/when I'm in the market for another Arabian, I'll most likely be hounding you!
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    08-25-2011, 10:48 AM
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Showing
Denise he is dreamy! I'm a QH girl all the way but wow, wow, wow!

I know nothing about Arabs other than the ability to appreciate beauty when I see it. There is one local breeder (they are al-khamsa sp? Lines I believe) and they are nowhere near as stunning as your boy. What a great specimen!
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    08-25-2011, 11:10 AM
  #6
Yearling
Anyone remember these?

http://www.tuttoarabi.it/articoli/bl...el%20hilal.pdf
     
    08-25-2011, 11:37 AM
  #7
Yearling
Abraxasarabians, arabian horses, egyptian horses, arabian stallions, egyptian arabians, arabians for sale

Love her stock.
     
    08-25-2011, 05:53 PM
  #8
Green Broke
Denise, he is so balanced and has such substance, not to mention pretty- in a macho way of course. .
I always come back to him when looking at stallions. His accomplishments are impressive and he has you to thank for that.. ;)

I look forward to having an E-baby in my barn!!
     
    08-26-2011, 01:41 AM
  #9
Foal
Arabian horse questions...

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Originally Posted by WildJessie    
Everytime I read a thread about Arabians and someone brings up Egyptian, Polish, and others it just shows me how little I know about the breed!lol. They are my favorite breed of horse, so I would love to learn all I can about them. I know next to nothing about the different lines of Arabians.

So as a newbie, does anyone know where I can look up and read about the different types of Arabians? This includes books, websites etc. I also have a few random questions about the breed.

Are they called lines or types? I am referring to Egyptian, Polish and so on.

How many are there?

What are the main differences?

What one is Fire n' Ice from? Bask? Keonsanobi?(Sp. I know I butchered that name!)

Is the color black really that rare in the Arabian breed? Which lines/types is it found more in? I love black animals(Blame the Black Stallion!lol)

I may have more questions later on, but that's all I can think of for now.

Thanks! Oh please feel free to post pictures! I love seeing pictures!
I'll take a stab at this as I have several websites in the works that will hopefully be a reference for questions like this...(ps...stay tuned!)

Some of the bloodlines within the Arabian breed are:

Crabbet
CMK (Crabbet-Maynesboro-Kellogg)
Straight Egyptian
Al Khamsa
Straight Spanish
Davenport
Pure Polish
Straight Russian
Babson (and Babson/Turfa, Babson/Turfa/Sirecho, Babson/Brown)
Doyle Arabians
Phara Arabians
Sheykh Obeyd
Blue Star and Blue List eligible
Asil
Early-American and American Foundation

These are in no particular order and if I forget anything I did not intend to offend :) Defining their types would be hard as each group can have a wide variety of types within it.

Fire N Ice is sired by Gold N Ali that was predominately Crabbet/CMK, his dam was heavily *Bask bred with a touch of Crabbet/CMK.

Black is not that uncommon and there are many breeders that specialize in it. Hughes Arabians and Flying A Ranch Arabians are both known for having quality black Arabians.

Hope this helped a bit!
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    08-26-2011, 04:23 AM
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Foal
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Originally Posted by HGEsquire    
This is our stallion HG Esquire+ who is of domestic lines which represent that he has within his pedigree individuals that derive from Crabbet Stud, Egyptian lines (think of the Bedouins), from the Polish & Russian Goverment Breeding programs and of course those individuals that were bred & raised right here in the good old United States.

He is from the Khemosabi family on his sires side to include the stallion that you mention *Bask and from the imported Russian Stallions *Muscat & *Nariadni lines on his dams side to include those Crabbet/English horses tail female.

His domestic breeding creates a wonderful blend between all the Arabian lines. You can visually see how lovely he is ~ However Beauty is only skin deep you know....and he has much much more to offer in addition to being simply stunning and a wonderful representitive of his pedigree yeah I know mushy but all true


Photo used on backside centerfold Horse Illustrated Feb. 2008 to represent the Arabian Sport Horse Characteristics


Used as a prop for my daughters Senior pictures


Does his job in the breeding shed well! (thank you Maria Gentry for creating this beautiful design)


And is just simply a photographers picture perfect subject


Yes, I am predjudiced ~ ..........And as a breeder of Pure Crabbet lines, then Pure Polish, Russian/Polish crosses and now domestic I can personally vouch that they all are wonderul animals!

Denise Gainey
I think I have seen your horse in a magazine or someplace before. Not in person(That would be amazing though!) But I recognize your horses name. I must have read about him somewhere!

He is very handsome!
     

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