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    08-20-2013, 03:13 PM
  #21
Yearling
Okay, so out of 149 horses, only 7 are bey with a star and no other markings. Out of the 7 only 2 have stars that somewhat look like your horses star. It's really hard to know for sure because it really depends on how spot on the breeder was with drawing markings, and will how many horses she had I don't hold out much hope...

But here are pictures of the two sets a star markings. This first mare would be 10 years old now.



This mare would be 5 now.



I really am no good at aging horses, so if anyone has any opinions on witch horse you might think she is let me know. All of the horses were DNA typed so if you contact AHA i'm sure they could get you her papers and get her DNA typed so that you would know for sure who she is.
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    08-20-2013, 04:22 PM
  #22
Foal
Oh my gosh, this is wonderful!! I was told she was 7 but think she is 10 based on her teeth. The first one more closely matches her star - its a little off to the right and looks almost exactly like it. Do you know the name of the first horse? I will get her DNA typed to see who she is. Thank you SOO much!!!
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    08-20-2013, 05:21 PM
  #23
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Doodlesweaver    
Oh my gosh, this is wonderful!! I was told she was 7 but think she is 10 based on her teeth. The first one more closely matches her star - its a little off to the right and looks almost exactly like it. Do you know the name of the first horse? I will get her DNA typed to see who she is. Thank you SOO much!!!
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ENYGMA AHR*608395 Bay 2003
(GOLIAT XEKLEKTIKA)

Her sire Goliat


You can view her entire pedigree here: Enygma Arabian
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    08-20-2013, 05:41 PM
  #24
Foal
On the Arabian forum they thought she might be AHR 628280. Is this the same horse as the first or second horse above? Enygma is such a beautiful name! What a beautiful name.

Thank you so much for her pedigree! I can't tell you how much I appreciate your help today! You all have really made this so much fun for me. Thank you!!

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    08-20-2013, 10:29 PM
  #25
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Doodlesweaver    
On the Arabian forum they thought she might be AHR 628280. Is this the same horse as the first or second horse above? Enygma is such a beautiful name! What a beautiful name.

Thank you so much for her pedigree! I can't tell you how much I appreciate your help today! You all have really made this so much fun for me. Thank you!!

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No, but she was on my list.

SANSKRITKA AHR*628280 Bay 2005
(GANGES x SIEJA)



Could be her, really hard to tell from just one marking.

Photo of Ganges
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    08-20-2013, 11:20 PM
  #26
Foal
If she were Ganges daughter that would make her 8 yrs old and the barn owner told me she was 7(ish). I think her markings look more like the 10 yr old mare you identified, so kindly, Enygma. Personally from seeing her I think she resembles the photos of Goliat more than she does Ganges.

This is going to be an exciting learning experience for the kids, and adults. An entire world just opened up to me after very reluctantly at first letting this sweet little mare into my heart.

I really think she might be good at endurance riding - if she likes it, that is. Training for endurance rides is just the best. I LOVE to train for endurance. My daughter was saying today we could try her in a Dr. Cook's bitless bridle to see if that might work with her. And a little light hunt seat saddle. I'm very keen on getting the younger ones into endurance. Maybe I could find a 4Her that was interested in endurance and have them train with us. We'd be set to do a 30 mile in another year. Wouldn't it be neat if we took a little Polish Arabian in and beat all the warmbloods with a 4H kid! Hehe.. Just kidding.

Wonder how she does with other horses on a trail? A lot will depend on that one factor alone as far as endurance. But if she's not good on a trail or with other horses we'll just figure out what she does like. The longer I'm into raising horses the more I realize that the horse picks their own discipline. Just like a kid does.

Boy this has been a super day as far as horses go. Just saw a video of one of our kids doing her first xcountry, learned about little Sophie, training my big guy and planning to do freestyle dressage with my daughter's horse, picking out rap music on the way back from the barn that will go well with him.

Thank you so much for helping me deserthorsewoman and TwilightArabians.
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    08-20-2013, 11:52 PM
  #27
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80yz...e_gdata_player

Little treat for you, in case she is Sanskritka......
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    08-21-2013, 12:12 AM
  #28
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Doodlesweaver    
If she were Ganges daughter that would make her 8 yrs old and the barn owner told me she was 7(ish). I think her markings look more like the 10 yr old mare you identified, so kindly, Enygma. Personally from seeing her I think she resembles the photos of Goliat more than she does Ganges.

This is going to be an exciting learning experience for the kids, and adults. An entire world just opened up to me after very reluctantly at first letting this sweet little mare into my heart.

I really think she might be good at endurance riding - if she likes it, that is. Training for endurance rides is just the best. I LOVE to train for endurance. My daughter was saying today we could try her in a Dr. Cook's bitless bridle to see if that might work with her. And a little light hunt seat saddle. I'm very keen on getting the younger ones into endurance. Maybe I could find a 4Her that was interested in endurance and have them train with us. We'd be set to do a 30 mile in another year. Wouldn't it be neat if we took a little Polish Arabian in and beat all the warmbloods with a 4H kid! Hehe.. Just kidding.

Wonder how she does with other horses on a trail? A lot will depend on that one factor alone as far as endurance. But if she's not good on a trail or with other horses we'll just figure out what she does like. The longer I'm into raising horses the more I realize that the horse picks their own discipline. Just like a kid does.

Boy this has been a super day as far as horses go. Just saw a video of one of our kids doing her first xcountry, learned about little Sophie, training my big guy and planning to do freestyle dressage with my daughter's horse, picking out rap music on the way back from the barn that will go well with him.

Thank you so much for helping me deserthorsewoman and TwilightArabians.
Your welcome! Be sure to let me know what AHA says.
     
    08-21-2013, 12:18 AM
  #29
Trained
Now that is an arabian stallion anyone should appreciate deserthorsewoman.
I know it was meant for the OP but I want to thank you for the link. Shalom
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    08-21-2013, 12:21 AM
  #30
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Now that is an arabian stallion anyone should appreciate deserthorsewoman.
I know it was meant for the OP but I want to thank you for the link. Shalom
My pleasure, DB
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