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        01-21-2013, 09:40 PM
      #41
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    A *Talal granddaughter, can't be very many of them left. This mare has a spectacular pedigree, no wonder she's so beautiful. And The Egyptian Prince too. El Sareei was also known for his beauty.

    Who was she bred to? I tried to look at the progeny report, but all that came up was her pedigree.
    ETA: Aha, OK, I got the progeny report to come up now...
    She was bred to some nice stallions, would especially like to see the foal from the *Simeon Shai son.
         
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        01-21-2013, 10:10 PM
      #42
    Trained
    Unfortunately no pics on their website, it is very strange.....
         
        01-21-2013, 11:18 PM
      #43
    Weanling
    I don't mean to be rude, but you say the mare is stupid because she stumbles and when I look in the photo of her the toes on her front hooves are terribly long. I wouldn't expect a horse to be able to canter at all with that kind of breakover.

    The other things like running through a fence and shying at her water trough if it is moved...many Arabians have a much higher sense of self preservation than other horses. They are quick to notice changes in their surroundings and will react to things that other horses will not. This gives them the reputation of being spooky and crazy.

    I think it is OK to call a horse stupid if it is an affectionate term, but it sounds like you are using the term literally. You don't actually mean that your horse is mentally disabled and can't find her way back into the barn or figure out how to eat food. What you are describing are behaviors that you don't understand because your other horses don't behave that way.

    If a horse behaves differently than other horses it doesn't mean they are less intelligent. That would be like saying if a hearing impaired person and a normally hearing person were sitting next to each other and the person who hears normally jumped at a loud sound, then the person that jumped is less intelligent than the other one. No, the sound just seemed louder to the person who jumped. Changes in the environment are "louder" to some Arabians, and that is why they react.
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        01-21-2013, 11:23 PM
      #44
    Green Broke
    Yes , strange it is. Only pics she sent me the horses had on blankets.
    She claims she only bred twice, but there are 3 off spring ,on ABP 2003 Shamai Maran Adon , 2006 Shamai zebadani khemo , which I think these are on the web page , and then the 2007 colt I saw Shamai Elnabi Khemo.. so I wonder does she have the third colt now? There is an ad on craiglist for a colt for 500 bucks in Taft, and the lady said the excessive kemo got in and bred her mare, and in the back ground is a SKINNY mare. Cannot get an address.. and Pity is a sad lookin little horse, only cute or pretty thing on her is her face. I looked at the pics on ABP and there were some decent looking horses in her pedigree, and some not so hot lookin that reminded me of Pity's shape.
    Verona lol.. yep some critters just fall a tad short .. you crack me up !! Love em all the same..
         
        01-22-2013, 12:54 AM
      #45
    Green Broke
    Had you read the post, you would see it says she is due for a trim. Her hind end moves diff then her front end. I guess that ARAB quirkiness is why she spooks when you hand feed her carrots apples or senior feed ..
    And no I do not think Visually or Hearing impaired people are stupid. FOr all you know I could be hearing impaired.. so rude is not a term I would use...
         
        01-22-2013, 01:02 AM
      #46
    Green Broke
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