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post #381 of 590 Old 01-22-2013, 02:09 AM
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Since we got new Psynny and Echo pics now we need new Dream pics!
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post #382 of 590 Old 01-24-2013, 02:58 AM
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wow. they both are soooo beautiful!! i mean come on! could you get a better built arab?? I AM SOO JELOUS <3
i mean just LOOK at that mane!
LOOK AT THAT TOPLINE.
gahhhhh!
and im sittin over here with my mare... who just got half her tail chewed off by a pasture mate...... hahahaha
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post #383 of 590 Old 01-24-2013, 05:55 PM
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BBcrone, now that we know all the naysayers are false, i am quite jealous.
gotta take Druydess up on her offer to visit and see her stallions in person.
Great pictures by the way. Now I know fully well i will never post any picture that I took on the internet.
those pictures look professionally done. I know that they are not. I am not that talented. LOL Shalom
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post #384 of 590 Old 01-24-2013, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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WOOOOOOOOOO I have to tell ya'll something!

I got to KISS THE FRECKLE! Oh yes I did! Hubby and I just spent a fabulous afternoon with Dru and her horses. I can't tell you how great it was to see such wonderful examples of the Arabian breed up close and personal. These guys have temperaments to die for. Sweet, calm and so so well mannered. My husband, who is a novice, walked right into any pasture he wanted without issue. Acted like he had been doing this his whole life ;). Dream is an absolute gentleman for such a young guy. And yes, he literally takes your breath away. All of them do really. Movement, conformation, substance. It's all there. Every single one of these horses are just as represented. In fact probably better just because it is so hard to convey temperament through a photo.

Just wanted to share a wonderful and personal experience with these horses. I can't say enough about them! Did I mention I got to KISS THE FRECKLE???

THANKS DRU!
Well-- I have to ask BBB's forgiveness for replying so late, but I have just been so busy with the babies lately..

Yes-- BBB got to kiss the freckle- which Psynny so gallantly presented for her, and I can not express with enough sincerity how incredibly down to earth and what great people BBB and her hubby are. It was a highlight for me to have such a great couple spend the day with me and my horses, talking bloodlines, communing with every horse, seeing them in person, and having others enjoy them as much as I do.

There is nothing that speaks to what a horse is- better than what people see for themselves. I am overjoyed that people - not just BBB and her hubby- that see these horses in person- come away loving them.
I am especially glad that they got to spend time with Dream- unhaltered in his pasture and saw for themselves how easily handled he is-- even without halter or bridle. Dream got to show them how he moved with me back and forward or away with simple body language. My "wild beast" showed he was a complete gentleman. And then he proceeded when asked to trot and prance for all to admire. THIS is what has, and will, sell this stallion.

Thank you BBB and Hubby- for coming and making this Sunday past one of the loveliest days so far this year, and I look forward to repeating it soon! It was a pleasure to spend time with a Lady who knows Arabs and appreciates the older breeding!

For those who don't like me-- it's mind over matter; I don't mind - - and you don't matter.
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post #385 of 590 Old 01-24-2013, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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How lucky to spend some time w/these lovely horses & their awesome owner. I'll bet the conversation was uplifting.
I was the lucky one.. but thank you sincerely for the compliment. You are so kind.
I am so happy to share my herd with others. They are the source of so much joy for me; to share it is wonderful.
The conversation was extremely uplifting and I believe the exchange of energy and information was the kind of thing you hope for and rarely find. I look forward to many more exchanges such as this with BBB and other yet to be - friends..

BTW-- thank you HF for being the source of many new friendships..

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post #386 of 590 Old 01-24-2013, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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Welcome back db!! You were missed! How'd the Inaugural Parade go??

For those who don't like me-- it's mind over matter; I don't mind - - and you don't matter.
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Hey ... babies are WAY more important than anything!

db - if you can get away to go see them, you won't regret it. He's fabulous. OH and I almost forgot, they were picking up his feet in the middle of his pasture with no halter or anything. Just having a look. He was pretty darned "ho hum" about it all. If there were any wild beasts about they forgot to drop me a memo and let me know.

Hubby asked me on the way home which one I liked best. I honestly couldn't answer him definitively. Psynny of course I've always loved since I first saw him. And he's such a good boy. Echo is a doll. The mares are just wonderful and of course Dream. I just couldn't pick.

Hubby actually started all this so I blame him! He signed on the forum under my name and messaged Dru. He knew I really wanted to see these guys and they aren't that far away. I think he had her so confused she didn't know up from down when all this started LOL!

It was just a really neat time. I learned some new things. We'll be sure to do it again I'm sure.
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post #388 of 590 Old 01-25-2013, 12:45 AM
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Now you can play the Jewish wife role and get him to finance an arabian for you.
If you dont know how to do that just pm me and i will let you contact eithr of my ex wives or daughters.
they have this stuff down to a sceince. Shalom
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Druy, yes I noticed that you dont have the horses with that face. It looks almost alien. Probably gonna tick someone off .. but its like the quarter horses with the butts up in the air like a manx cat.. and the halter horses with no leg and hooves. Its a shame that people have to try to change the animal to a ridiculous standard. I like horses of every breed, and those that have correct confo and not confo to some fad, are the prettiest horses.
I don't agree with breeding extremes either. That's why I'm going with the tried and true. I think those who bred for sound, athletic, versatile Arabians had it right. I don't know what happened, outside of greed and big names, but I don't care much for where some of the Arab industry has gone.

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post #390 of 590 Old 01-26-2013, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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BBcrone, now that we know all the naysayers are false, i am quite jealous.
gotta take Druydess up on her offer to visit and see her stallions in person.
Great pictures by the way. Now I know fully well i will never post any picture that I took on the internet.
those pictures look professionally done. I know that they are not. I am not that talented. LOL Shalom
LOL-- yeah-- pretty hard to critique horses with any authority when you haven't seen them in person, so I'm very glad BBB and her hubby came out to see them and have added their observations. This is why I rely on those who see them in person for accurate input/evaluation and also why I encourage people to visit if they are able. It's also great to meet new horse people.
You can visit anytime; I expect we will have much to talk about. Maybe even show you a few things with your camera.
Glad you like the pics. There not as good as I can do with a manual SLR, but they faster and less expensive..

For those who don't like me-- it's mind over matter; I don't mind - - and you don't matter.
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