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  • Conteztar arabian stallion

 
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    01-25-2009, 11:43 PM
  #31
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Originally Posted by Meg    
Thank you but this is incomplete as well. She is registered through www.arabianhorses.org but to be able to look at the pedigrees of the horses, you have to have a subscription. I am really curious to see her entire pedigree.
     
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    01-26-2009, 12:03 AM
  #32
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My lovely boy Kachari! As a 3 1/2 year old (first 2), then as a 5 year old (2nd two)
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    01-26-2009, 02:14 AM
  #33
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Question:

Can anybody tell me about Ashen's bloodlines? I have little knowledge of that type of thing. Thanks!
     
    01-26-2009, 07:55 AM
  #34
Started
I'm drooling over Kachari...
     
    01-26-2009, 01:08 PM
  #35
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Lady Ashen, I can help you out there....her pedigre is very nice! Some Egyptian, Polish and Crabbet, even a little Spanish...Talagato was a gorgeous horse, he was Spanish and Egyptian (*Talal was an Egyptian import); El Gato mainly was Crabbet. Her dam's side looks to be a lot of Crabbet, but I see a cross to *Hal Gazal there too and he was Polish. Very nice bloodlines she has!

Janasse....no wonder Conteztar is so typey....he has *An Malik in there, he was such a gorgeous stallion, Spanish, I love those Spanish horses. And the resy of the pedigree is so nice too, Egyptian and Crabbet.....I always liked a blending of thoise lines, my mare Kara was a Crabbet-Polish cross with a bit of Spanish from the Draper imports.

It's fun seeing everyone's horses and looking at the pedigrees....so many nice horses!

Kachari is stunning
     
    01-26-2009, 02:33 PM
  #36
Foal
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Originally Posted by Remali    
Lady Ashen, I can help you out there....her pedigre is very nice! Some Egyptian, Polish and Crabbet, even a little Spanish...Talagato was a gorgeous horse, he was Spanish and Egyptian (*Talal was an Egyptian import); El Gato mainly was Crabbet. Her dam's side looks to be a lot of Crabbet, but I see a cross to *Hal Gazal there too and he was Polish. Very nice bloodlines she has!
Really?

Was she bred to do anything specifically? Like halter, racing, etc.?

Thanks so much for the info!!!!!!!!!!

I would never sell my darling, but is she worth anything since all I do with her is trails?
     
    01-26-2009, 04:34 PM
  #37
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Remali    
Janasse....no wonder Conteztar is so typey....he has *An Malik in there, he was such a gorgeous stallion, Spanish, I love those Spanish horses. And the resy of the pedigree is so nice too, Egyptian and Crabbet.....I always liked a blending of thoise lines, my mare Kara was a Crabbet-Polish cross with a bit of Spanish from the Draper imports.

Yes he was a fantastic horse. His sire, Top Contender, I believe was the Reserve National Champion in like '96 or something like that. I have the artilcle somewhere in here. Also his grandsire, El Mohktar, played "The Black" in The Black Stallion Returns. He was bred to show and when he could no longer compete they just left him at the stable they were boarding him here on the mainland (he was origninally from Hawaii). Broke my heart to hear his story. Anyone that saw him could only comment on how beautiful he was, not on his gimpy leg. Anyways sorry for blabbing. Arabian Pride I guess
     
    01-26-2009, 07:12 PM
  #38
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I remember Top Contender, he was beautiful! I love those bloodlines. That's right, El Mohktar was one of the Black stallions, he was another beauty!

LadyAshen.....Crabbet Arabians are known to be very athletic and you see a lot of them really doing well in performance classes of all kinds. The Spanish Arabians are very exotic and usually have such huge beautiful eyes. And I would say on the whole the Egyptian lines (in particular the Nazeer lines, *Talal was a Nazeer son) really excelled at halter. The Polish were used a lot for racing, and were shown a lot at both halter and performance. She is a good mix of some very nice bloodlines!
     
    01-26-2009, 07:28 PM
  #39
Foal
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Originally Posted by Remali    
LadyAshen.....Crabbet Arabians are known to be very athletic and you see a lot of them really doing well in performance classes of all kinds. The Spanish Arabians are very exotic and usually have such huge beautiful eyes. And I would say on the whole the Egyptian lines (in particular the Nazeer lines, *Talal was a Nazeer son) really excelled at halter. The Polish were used a lot for racing, and were shown a lot at both halter and performance. She is a good mix of some very nice bloodlines!
Thank you loads! When I bought Ashen from the breeders they sent me her pedigree. I had never even looked at it when I bought her. I just liked the horse and she liked me.

I fell in love immediately and paid $1,100 in 2006 -including her bridle and saddle. She was a well handled and well mannered, gentle, but rusty greenbroke 6 yr old. I looked at her pedigree a few months later, but as you can tell, I know little about arabian bloodlines.

But apparently I must know a good horse when I see one! Or else, I am just durn lucky.

Did I pay too much?
     
    01-26-2009, 11:03 PM
  #40
Meg
Foal
Janassee, yeah it doesn't give you much, just thought I'd throw that out there! Beautiful horses, everybody!!!
     

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