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    01-27-2013, 05:41 PM
  #11
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Roperchick    
Lordy. I just pray the surviving horses can recover.

This just kills me.
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What you said, I'm in tears here.
     
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    01-27-2013, 09:16 PM
  #12
Weanling
Have no idea what this woman is doing breeding horses in the first place. Saw nothing on her website I consider breeding quality, and even though they are supposedly purebred Arabians, they can't be shown at breed shows due to not conforming to breed standards for color. What is the point? Alot of ugly Arabs that are a purty color? Hopefully the remaining horses can be salvaged and placed in loving homes & Tory will find another hobby (hopefully in jail).
     
    01-27-2013, 09:21 PM
  #13
Green Broke
Isn't she the girl that was at the middle of the "tobiano arabian" scandal a few years back?
     
    01-27-2013, 09:33 PM
  #14
Yearling
Unbelievable. And they say they love horses. My axx.
     
    01-27-2013, 09:38 PM
  #15
Trained
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Originally Posted by texasgal    
Isn't she the girl that was at the middle of the "tobiano arabian" scandal a few years back?
Yes. RWR Sonara. I think I saw her on the clip.
     
    01-27-2013, 09:40 PM
  #16
Green Broke
I wondered if that was her ...

I'm glad the horse have hay and a dry place to stay .... sad.
     
    01-27-2013, 09:42 PM
  #17
Yearling
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
Yes. RWR Sonara. I think I saw her on the clip.
Pardon my ignorance, so tobiano coat patterns are not found in pureblooded arabians? (I'm trying to google the story now)
     
    01-27-2013, 09:51 PM
  #18
Trained
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Originally Posted by Bellasmom    
Have no idea what this woman is doing breeding horses in the first place. Saw nothing on her website I consider breeding quality, and even though they are supposedly purebred Arabians, they can't be shown at breed shows due to not conforming to breed standards for color. What is the point? Alot of ugly Arabs that are a purty color? Hopefully the remaining horses can be salvaged and placed in loving homes & Tory will find another hobby (hopefully in jail).
Sabino Arabians can show. They do well in performance, not quite so well accepted in Halter yet. I can list plenty of Sabinos and splash Arabians have done, and are doing, well. But you got to have the quality behind the colour.
Other then a select few, all of these horses are purebred, and are registered with AHA.

As per breeding programs, I guess we all have different opinions. You might not like my horses for my program, nor I yours. We all breed with something specific that we like in mind. I just won't buy from you and you won't buy from me and all is good. You and I in general times - not me and you in particular.

That being said, there is a reason she had so many horses, and the same ones have been for sale for forever. There isn't one personally that she's bred (although I will say, MMM doesn't look half bad, or didn't, granted he survived or not - I think her choice of mares were wrong, but that's my opinion) that I would use, whether I'm a fan of Sabinos (I am) or not. I saw too many long backs, long cannons, no hips, and all colour.

What I don't get is breeding when you can't care for animals. Be realistic about what prices you are setting for your "quality" horses. $35,000 for a yearling filly out of unproven stock that is not halter quality is not reasonable.
It's also not reasonable to see your $35,000 stock starving out in the field.

Here's a list of what AHA has registered still under Shatormar Arabians:

Name Number Foaled Gender Color
HT MAGIC FASHION AHR*428423 02-February-1988 Stallion Chestnut

DA BASK BELLE AHR*446014 23-April-1988 Mare Chestnut

BEMA PEARL AHR*501096 03-April-1993 Mare Grey

MAGICS ALAMYST AHR*536129 24-March-1991 Mare Chestnut

AMYR TIFFANY AHR*544180 12-May-1996 Mare Chestnut

CHOCOLATE SNOWFLAKE AHR*610480 19-July-1991 Mare Bay

DASHANTIC AHR*610828 15-May-2003 Stallion Grey

LUCKY DREAM TIME AHR*612601 01-July-2003 Stallion Grey

BAYLING AHR*612900 10-June-2003 Mare Bay

MOONLIGHT MONEY MAKER AHR*616274 15-August-2001 Stallion Black

SPOTTED SUNSHINE AHR*616439 15-July-1990 Mare Chestnut

MOONLIGHT PROPHECY AHR*626764 01-June-2004 Mare Black

TRIPLE LIBRA AHR*627978 15-June-1998 Mare Chestnut

BACKSTREET VOODOO AHR*629124 02-June-2004 Mare Bay

MMM PAID THE PIPER AHR*629125 02-June-2005 Mare Chestnut

STM EUREKA AHR*630961 22-April-2007 Mare Bay

STM SEPTEMBER RAIN AHR*635522 29-September-2007 Stallion Bay

STM MOCHA AHR*636787 01-July-2007 Stallion Bay

KEYNIPTION HAHR*1A357131 22-March-2005 Stallion Chestnut

One horse registered under her name-


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Name Number Foaled Gender Color
STM OZYMANDIAZ HAHR*1A372359 24-July-2008 Mare Black
     
    01-27-2013, 09:54 PM
  #19
Trained
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Originally Posted by DimSum    
Pardon my ignorance, so tobiano coat patterns are not found in pureblooded arabians? (I'm trying to google the story now)
Yup, there is no Tobiano gene present in ANY purebred Arabian. Sabino and Splash, yes.
     
    01-27-2013, 09:55 PM
  #20
Trained
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Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters    
So sad. I have such a hard time wrapping my mind around cases like this. How sick does a person have to be to allow that to happen? Would love to have a quick meeting behind the barn with the owner....
A person with no conscience or compassion does this. Sad, just really sad.
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