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    09-01-2012, 11:15 AM
Altho I haven't really looked in to brindles, I had in mind they were bays with darker coloring. He's certainly attractive. Hve you checked into the Brindle and Striped Equine Registry? Because of the rarity of brindles it apparently takes 25 cheek swabs to positively identify markers. As with all brindles there are no known brindles in previous generations.
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    09-01-2012, 06:03 PM
If he goes missing I don't have him.
    09-01-2012, 06:19 PM
Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
Altho I haven't really looked in to brindles, I had in mind they were bays with darker coloring. He's certainly attractive. Hve you checked into the Brindle and Striped Equine Registry? Because of the rarity of brindles it apparently takes 25 cheek swabs to positively identify markers. As with all brindles there are no known brindles in previous generations.
He is registered BSEI. :)
    09-01-2012, 06:39 PM
Why WHY couldnt he be in the 15hand department! I am very tall and look lanky on juss about everything! 15.2 is my push point. I was just saying the other day I want a brindle anything- Its a plus that he's one of my most beloved breeds- I hope you have the best of luck selling him =]
    09-01-2012, 06:52 PM
Thanks :) When he is muscled he is about 14.3,but that is the tallest so far.
    09-06-2012, 05:44 PM
Originally Posted by Piaffe    
*First...the photos are far from professional. So sorry about that. I have literally over a thousand pics of my boy which you are welcome to PM/Email me for. I will also be working on getting some videos of him. Thanks for your patience :)

Many of you know Nimir. I was going to sell him awhile back and changed my mind...but I really do need to downsize so he is available again to the right home.

Amirage Nimir is a 5 year old BRINDLE. He is a 14.2 Straight Egyptian Arabian gelding. He is well broke. He has been used for trails and fun. I have taken lots jumping lessons on him which he REALLY enjoys,I have ridden him on the road,arenas,pasture,woods,etc. He has even gone swimming in the river. He isn't spooky and isn't hot. He is very fun to ride. He had 30d days professional training put on in the spring. He has no vices/bad habits except that he likes to "steal" things left around (brushes,flymasks,etc.) and he can sometimes be a little lazy if he isn't challenged enough (IE: He goes into plod mode with small children). He has an absolutely fantastic personality without a mean bone in him. He is triple registered with AHA,BSEI, and ABEA. His case has been studied/tested at UC Davis and while they couldn't confirm or not confirm chimerism it isn't ruled out and he is definitely brindle. He is a very easy keeper,great hard hooves,has never been sick,injured,etc. He has been ridden english,western,and bareback although most of his riding has been done in a dressage saddle :) He came from DeShazer Arabians Farms as a weanling and I had him brought over from Texas as a 3 year old. He is a gorgeous,FLASHY,very rare, and FUN horse to be around,work with, and ride.

As per riding level he has been ridden by COMPLETE beginners while riding with other riders and he is ALWAYS perfect and very easy to handle. I had an 11-year old little girl that had ridden ONCE before in her life riding him a few days ago and she loved him and didn't want to stop riding. He is very good and careful with children. Any advanced beginner can jump on and enjoy riding this boy. As long as you know your basic cues. He is UTD on everything.

He will go to only the best home! He has even had a SIM horse made out of him ;) 7th one down ( Virtual Pwnies: Sims 3 Pets Demo! )

Please PM if you would like more information, pictures, videos,etc. on this gorgeous boy. A good (very good) home is most important to me!


Amirage Nimir Arabian

This is his sire:

Insignia DeSha | Lyday Farms

Miars Arabians, Texas Insignia DeSha

Where he came from: - Straight Egyptian Arabian Horses

I am really sad to sell him and I really want to find him a most excellent home. His price has been reduced significantly as I really should sell him :) Please PM for details and with questions/etc.

***Please remember this is a sales ad and it is not an appropriate place to discuss/critique my ad. If you have any suggestions please feel free to PRIVATE MESSAGE ME. Thanks for understanding***
He's VERY BEAUTIFUL, but I'm looking for a filly or a mare :o(
    09-18-2012, 04:53 PM
I still haven't found quite the right fit home for my boy so I wanted to give him a little bump! Surely someone could use a little flash in their pastures? :p
    09-18-2012, 06:34 PM
Maybe if you still have him at the end of the year....You are soooo close to me, Haha, that would be an easy pick-up. Lol
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    09-18-2012, 07:15 PM
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He is lovely... I saw the word 'Arabian' so had to look at this thread! Hope you find a good home fore him xx
    10-10-2012, 12:54 AM
He is so beautiful! Brindles are a new phenom to me- and I have never seen a grey one before this thread! I cannot wait to have my own horse (hoping within the next 12 months!!! PRAY FOR ME!!!) and by some twist of fate he is still available, a trip to your place will be on my list!
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