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    02-14-2013, 05:40 PM
  #71
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Golden Horse    
Can't be, it's an ARAB, they are all hot and mad don't you know
Haha, oh yes. She should be completely nutso! My favorite story to tell is when my husband (SO wasn't a horse person before he met me or before we bought her) was picking out her back hooves, and his phone started ringing LOUDLY. He put her hoof down, and answered the call as I just stared at him (it was our first weekend with her, new barn, and she was a year old). He asked what when he hung up, and I was like "You realize how dangerous that could have been??" Izzie just stared at him like "How rude. Now get back to pampering me." That and the fact he puts her in a "head lock" when he sees her. Just wraps his arms around her neck so it appears she's in a head lock, but not really lol Done it ever since we got her, and she never cares.



     
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    02-14-2013, 05:42 PM
  #72
Started
Here are my two purebreds, both now at the Rainbow Bridge. The grey is Daanex, he was an *Exelsjor son, a Polish/Crabbet cross. And the chestnut mare is Kara, a *Hal Gazal granddaughter, also Polish/Crabbet. Sorry these photos are so large. I enjoyed so may wonderful years going on trail rides, and a few shows, with these two angels.









     
    02-14-2013, 06:25 PM
  #73
Foal
This is my gorgeous mare Beau-K. She is 1/2 Arab and 1/2 NSH (so 3/4 arab and 1/4 saddlebred :). )
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    02-14-2013, 06:36 PM
  #74
Foal





Darker picture is of Spitfire in 2009
Lighter picture is of spitfire in 2012 (date on photo is wrong)
She is Arap/App Her mom is full Arab and her dad full App
     
    02-14-2013, 07:11 PM
  #75
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
It's amazing how sometimes the gems fall through the cracks. Last year I saw a beautiful Monogram son for sale for $500 - his elderly owner passed away and the kids had no idea what they had. If he wasn't older and halfway across the continent, he would be in my pasture right now.

I'll be starting my three year old under saddle this year, and re-starting my six year old soon as he can - it's amazing how many people think that just because a horse is a stallion they are pasture ornaments. Well, I guess a lot are (I know a breeder who showed Canadian Nationals Reserve Champion this year and have no plans to ever start their guy under saddle) but I think I would try. Just seems odd.
I agree entirely. My boy will also be under saddle this year. He's had everything but a rider actually on him, but he isn't technically 3 and I don't like rushing horses. He has to be a usable, versatile horse like any of the others I own.

Speaking of him-- here's a few pics- Obsidian Dream S:

Double El Shaklan, Om El, Deperado, Bask, Bey:
Obsidian Dream S Arabian









Dream is expecting his first foal by La Legacy de Solei:
La Legacy De Solei Arabian





     
    02-14-2013, 08:03 PM
  #76
Trained
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Originally Posted by Remali    
Here are my two purebreds, both now at the Rainbow Bridge. The grey is Daanex, he was an *Exelsjor son, a Polish/Crabbet cross. And the chestnut mare is Kara, a *Hal Gazal granddaughter, also Polish/Crabbet. Sorry these photos are so large. I enjoyed so may wonderful years going on trail rides, and a few shows, with these two angels.


They are all incredibly gorgeous! I LOVE this mare! What a gorgeous little head on her! :)
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    02-14-2013, 08:05 PM
  #77
Trained
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Originally Posted by Druydess    
I agree entirely. My boy will also be under saddle this year. He's had everything but a rider actually on him, but he isn't technically 3 and I don't like rushing horses. He has to be a usable, versatile horse like any of the others I own.

Speaking of him-- here's a few pics- Obsidian Dream S:

Double El Shaklan, Om El, Deperado, Bask, Bey:


Dream is expecting his first foal by La Legacy de Solei:



Dream is absolutely stunning! And this one here, ^^, this is my lady.
     
    02-14-2013, 08:06 PM
  #78
Trained
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Originally Posted by Spitfire080905    




Darker picture is of Spitfire in 2009
Lighter picture is of spitfire in 2012 (date on photo is wrong)
She is Arap/App Her mom is full Arab and her dad full App
Look at that face! How adorable is she!?
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    02-14-2013, 10:06 PM
  #79
Foal
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Originally Posted by Druydess    
I agree entirely. My boy will also be under saddle this year. He's had everything but a rider actually on him, but he isn't technically 3 and I don't like rushing horses. He has to be a usable, versatile horse like any of the others I own.

Speaking of him-- here's a few pics- Obsidian Dream S:

Double El Shaklan, Om El, Deperado, Bask, Bey:
Obsidian Dream S Arabian









Dream is expecting his first foal by La Legacy de Solei:
La Legacy De Solei Arabian





Ugh, Dru, I would kill for ANY of your arabs <3 they are honestly some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. Unfortunately, being fourteen with parents who can't ride horses or even handle them, the decision is not mine. Do you have a website, though? I like to window shop in my free time xD

Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't trade my 75% arab Hero for any horse, but it's a shame he's not a purebred. His current conformation rather confuses me. His mom was a beautiful horse, half hackney with plenty of round muscles, and his father was Imminent Thunder, an absolutely beautiful grey purebred arabian. Hero is underweight and he does seem to get more typey the fatter he gets (and he looks like some kind of national champion purebred stallion when he gets excited!) but the only thing that says he is an arab is his personality, chiseled head, and large eyes. He is gorgeous as well, but he doesn't seem to be showing his arab-ness as much as I expected. Do you guys have any experience with horses like this? I don't mean to sound like I am putting him down.
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    02-14-2013, 11:37 PM
  #80
Yearling
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
Handsome lad!
He has a nice mix of Crabbet, Russian (LOVE my Aswan!), and Polish. You can really see the Al-Marah influence in your guy (Welcome to the Official Al-Marah Website Bazy has just passed away - what a loss to the Arabian world). They, as well as the Brusally horses, were excellent saddle horses - tons of athletism. :)
Thank you for the compliment and for the information! Now that you point it out, I can definitely see a strong influence, especially in his face; he has that large cheek and forehead. I remember when I was little, I went to the Tucson Al-Marah farm, and absolutely loved it- I still have some pictures and the little posters for their stallions!
Ha ha, believe me when I say that Envi has shocked many people with his acrobatics... I have no problem believing that his athleticism is in his genes On one hand I feel safer when I ride him because I know he'll always catch himself when he does silly things, on the other hand, I'd feel even more safe if he didn't feel such a need to show off by doing said silly things...
     

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