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Serenity06 08-08-2012 06:39 PM

Need some insight on Arabian pedigree....
 
What can the arabian people here tell me about this pedigree?

Afternoon Delighte Arabian

This is miss Sweet Tea.

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deserthorsewoman 08-08-2012 07:09 PM

Nice girl:-)

Doing the research on my cell, it's rather "general". Dam line mainly Polish crabbet, several lines to Bask, and Aladinn. Performance!
Sire line is quite interesting, heavily Egyptian, even El Mokhtar. He is German bred and I'm German ;-)
A touch of Spanish and again crabbet .
Sue should have some nice gaits
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Serenity06 08-08-2012 07:47 PM

Thank you! Her gaits are AMAZING! I will try to get a video here in the next few days. I used to know arabian bloodlines but not so much anymore. Just trying to get a nice idea of what she's bred for and such. She has an awesome mind! Right now we are working on respecting personal space. I have missed the firey personalities of arabians!

She came from the RMH Horse Ranch in Hays, Kansas. RMH Horse Ranch - Hays, KS

Joe4d 08-08-2012 08:39 PM

Nice lines, how tall is she ? and do they have any more ?

Serenity06 08-08-2012 10:49 PM

I posted a link to their site, they are having a MAJOR herd reduction due to the hay shortage and drought. She's about 13.2hh right now. She's an April baby I believe.

They do have a yearling half brother to her for sale. He is by the same sire but different dam.

Serenity06 08-10-2012 10:45 AM

Finally got a decent pic of Sweet's confirmation! Just wish she was holding her neck better instead of straight up.

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deserthorsewoman 08-10-2012 11:04 AM

As an Arabian you're obligated to hold your neck straight up, nose in the wind :-)
Very nice girl. And she is just a baby, so she will change a lot.
Oldtimer German breeders say look at a foal when it's 3 days, 3 months and 3 years old. Never in between. I found that to be true
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Serenity06 08-10-2012 11:53 AM

But they are a lot prettier when the arc their necks ;) I tend to follow that rule too but its always nice to see what people think :)

deserthorsewoman 08-10-2012 02:03 PM

Sure they are prettier when they arch their necks:-)
but I found out the hard way that it almost never works when you try to take pics of it;-)
Had a pro photographer come to take pics, especially the two young stallions. Now imagine the scene....it was nap time. Both were standing, dozing, lower lip hanging, ears half mast. Both gray. Resembled more donkeys than fiery Arabian stallions.... we tried everything, mirrors, tape with a stallion calling, mare nearby, plastic bags.. . NOPE....they wouldn't have it.
So we went to the filly. She made the neck, but just because the lady's dog was in there with us and somewhat interesting....so different than Cookie, my Dalmatian.

So, the lady left....she wasn't even out of the yard and all hell broke loose...both of them snorting and blowing, floating around tails straight up in the air and arching the necks.......
Since then I ALWAYS have a fotocamera with me. ..:-)
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Serenity06 08-10-2012 02:30 PM

Thats too funny!!! I'm getting a photographer lined up to get 3 month pics of my APHA colt next month and of course will have to get some taken of this beautiful girl! Hopefully they both cooperate that day!


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