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Working Western
Over the years, Oasis Magazine has celebrated the beauty of the Arabian horse. After all, it is this hallmark of the breed that most often captures people's hearts and ignites the inexplicable passion that draws all of us together. Once the beauty of the Arabian horse has captivated us and we begin to learn of their inner beauty, that we discover yet another amazing quality – their unrivalled intelligence. It is this character that sets the Arabian Working Western horse apart from all others. Their "cow sense" is legendary, their bravery is heroic and their tenacity is uncompromising...

2012 volume 12

 
 

PSBAIHF
Check out the results from the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Arabian Horse Festival...

2012 volume 12

 
 

Marhaabah
The breeding of Arabian horses is much an art as it is a science. Just as the artist uses a palette of brilliant colors to create a masterpiece, the breeder uses a palette of pedigrees and bloodlines, traits and characteristics, stallions and mares. They thoughtfully, carefully, blend all of these elements to create a living, breathing likeness of their ideal Arabian horse...

2012 volume 12

 
 

IBB Farm
Someone once said a picture is worth a thousand words. The image of Liz Bentley nearly taking flight on her victory pass after winning the 2012 U.S. National Open Western Pleasure Championship expresses her joy of reaching the pinnacle of her professional career and riding into the history books of the Arabian Horse breed. Liz Bentley, the first woman to win the U.S. National Purebred Arabian Western Pleasure Open Championship!...

2012 volume 12

 
 

Hanaya Arabian Stud
Nayla Hayek of Hanaya Arabian Stud in Switzerland, has been breeding straight Egyptian horses for many years. The very first Arabians she purchased came from Egypt, nearly 30 years ago. This was the beginning of Hanaya Stud and her internationally respected breeding program.

Nayla shared some of her history, "I have been around horses all my life and my very first horse was an Anglo Arab mare. My very first encounter with a purebred Arabian horse was a real gift to me and formed my future life. When I was just a young girl of 17 years, a prince from Saudi Arabia was visiting with my family...

2012 volume 12

 
 

Farm Tours
Enjoy these photos from the 2012 Farm Tour...

2012 volume 12

 
 

Beautiful Baby Contest
In 2012, Arabhorse.com introduced their First Annual Beautiful Baby Contest. The goal was to offer Arabian horse breeders around the world a totally free way to showcase their beautiful foals born that year as well as to share the beauty and joy of the Arabian horse to the entire world...

2012 volume 12

 
 

Sport Horse Nationals Payback
Sport Horse National Payback (SHN Payback), a 501(c) non-profit, began in 2008 and is focused on encouraging the breeding and showing of the best Sport Horses with Arabian bloodlines in the Unites States through the awarding of prize money at the Arabian/Half Arabian/Anglo Arabian Sport Horse Nationals.   SHN Payback is the only prize money program in the USA where participation is 100% free with the added bonus of no paperwork or nominations required for eligibility...

2012 volume 11

 
 

Polish Nationals
Once again it was time for our annual trip in August to the Polish Arabian Horse Days, which includes the Polish National Championships and the Pride of Poland auction. The first auction at Janów Podlaski in 1970, then called Polish Prestige, was an intimate happening that has grown into a huge event which includes the Polish Nationals, added in 1979 in order to lift the significance of the event...

2012 volume 11

 
 

Southwest Equine Vet
Everyone loves a beautifully landscaped farm: large shade trees, colorful flowers, green hedges and paddocks with happy, healthy horses.  When designing landscapes for horse farms, it is important to avoid plants that are dangerous if consumed by the animals we love so much.  While landscape plant intoxication is generally rare, when it does occur, it can be deadly.  The following are a few of the beautiful plants and trees that pose a significant threat to our equine friends...

2012 volume 11

 
 

Hucks Connection V
When an Arabian stallion is as handsome, talented, willing, well trained and well bred as Hucks Connection V, there is little doubt that he will achieve national level success. This versatile show horse has fulfilled every unspoken promise, wish and dream of his owners, breeder and trainer. With two national championships, three national reserve championships and three national top ten titles in four different divisions, Hucks Connection V has proven that he is a world-class athlete...

2012 volume 11

 
 

Arabian Breeder Finals
Last year word began to spread that the first annual Arabian Breeder Finals was going to be something that was reminiscent of the past, and something completely different; both a return to the golden age of glamorous shows in years past and a new format tailor-made with the interests of breeders in mind. However, some people were skeptical if the show could live up to the hype...

2012 volume 11

 
 

Apalo
There is a magical time of day when the dark of night gives way to the warm glow of dawn. The sun peeks over the horizon, and a new day emerges full of promise and possibilities.

We never know how each new day will unfold. Even if you should miss your wake up call and oversleep, if you keep an open mind, stay positive and remain spontaneous, things can still work out very nicely… just ask Elizabeth and Jack Milam of Regency Cove Arabians...

2012 volume 11

 
 

2012 Farm Tour
In a breed with history tracing back thousands of years, proving worthy of becoming an established tradition is a formidable task. In only six years, however, the ArabHorse Farm Tour has emerged as "the place to be" for New Year's weekend in Scottsdale as farms clamor to participate and more breeders from around the globe attend each year. The 2012 Farm Tour opens on Friday, December 28th and extends through Monday, December 31st with a full slate of open barns, presentations and parties. For the third consecutive year the festivities include fundraising efforts benefitting Healing Hearts Animal Rescue and Refuge, with a charity auction and party on Sunday night at Midwest Training Centre...

2012 volume 11

 
 

Arabian Horse Days Poland 2012
The annual tradition of Polish Arabian Horse Days each August has become a mainstay of the international Arabian horse calendar and must-attend event for the most astute and enlightened breeders, trainers, agents and promoters from all six inhabited continents. What began as a modest collection of well-bred broodmares and aspiring stallions intimately offered in the early autumn back in the late 1960s, the annual Polish auction has evolved into the single most important public auction of Arabian horses in the world...

2012 volume 10

 
 

From foal to weanling with planning and safety in mind.
The next milestone after getting your foal on the ground and raising a happy, healthy youngster is weaning. Weaning can be the most traumatic event on the farm for mares and foals, or it can be relatively painless. How well it goes depends on how you decide to wean your foals. Growing up, I hated weaning. We would bring the mares and foals to the barn and lock the foal inside a stall and take the mare away. There would be a lot trauma for everyone involved. The mares would be calling, the foals would be bouncing off the stall walls and the other horses would get agitated as well...

2012 volume 10

 
 

A New Story Unfolding, Quintessa Farm Arabians
Toni Pierce grew up near San Francisco, California. As a young girl, Toni was drawn to the beauty of horses, but her early experiences with them were not exactly positive. She became fearful and decided to admire them from afar. Yet, years later when Toni and her husband Dennis moved to Loomis, CA, she was intrigued with a sign she saw posted near by that said, "Miniature Horses For Sale". Toni visited the farm, fell in love, and bought a horse...

2012 volume 10

 
 

Orrion Farms: An Arabian Horse Landmark Is Offered For Sale
Orrion Farms is truly a landmark in the international Arabian horse world. For over 17 years it has been the source of some of the breed's most successful show and breeding horses including the legendary sire, RSD Dark Victory, as well as national champions GA Honisuckle Rose, OWF Magic Wan and numerous other noteworthy individuals. Equally important, Orrion Farms is home to two of the most beloved members of the Arabian horse community, Dolly and Harold Orr.

2012 volume 10

 
 

Silver Maple Farm, The Tree of Life
Where do names come from? The names of Ara- bian strains are based on legendary mares each with extraordinary tales. The names of Arabian farms also have their legends. One such farm is Silver Maple Farm, of Santa Ynez, California in the U.S. lovingly nurtured by Christie and Henry Metz who value the common bond between horse and nature. As Christie Metz relates, the farm derived its name from, "two huge Silver Maple trees over 50 years old which became the inspira- tion for our farm's name."...

2012 volume 10

 
 

Khaled KA: A New Generation of Greatness
In late summer of 2011, Silver Maple Farm welcomed the stallion Khaled KA (Makhnificent KA x Marquisah KA by Marquis I), owned by Mr. Wael Solyman of Elamira Stud in Alexandria, Egypt. Henry and I were very excited to have the opportunity to use this stallion because he is such an amazing creature and his bloodlines are perfect for our mares...

2012 volume 10

 
 

2012 California Arabian Breeders Celebration
This was the fourth year of the Arabian Breeders Celebration in Santa Ynez and Brentwood and breeders from all over the world came to see some of the most famous Arabian horses in the world. Following the Arabian Breeders World Cup in Las Vegas, the Celebration started on Monday evening with a Welcome Wine and Cheese Reception at the Coqueliot Estate in Los Olivos...

2012 volume 10

 
 

57th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show
The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona (AHAA) proudly presents the 57th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show. Called a "Signature Event" by the city of Scottsdale, the show will take place from February 16-26 at Scottsdale's WestWorld. General admission is $10 but kids under 12 get in free...

2012 volume 9

 
 

The Arabian Mare: Muse, Mother and So Much More
For those of us who love the Arabian horse, there are special individuals who capture our hearts. Stallions sweep us off our feet with their masculine energy, power, and charisma. Geldings win us over with their wonderful personalities, versatile talents, and their willingness to be our companion or partner in whatever discipline we enjoy. But the Arabian mare is capable of totally captivating our heart and mind like no other...

2012 volume 9

 
 

The Branches of the Silver Maple Farm Equine Family - Part II
Silver Maple Farm has another family/strain line that we believe is very important to our overall herd quality; the strain is called the Hadbah Enzahiya (fem.). Henry and I purchased two mares of the Hadbah Enzahiya strain for our straight Egyptian breeding program in early 2000. Those mares are Dance Diva (Raquin RA x Antigua Dance by Ruminaja Bahat), and Ansata Haalah (Ansata Iemhotep x Hasbah by Messaoud). Both mares trace on the female side of their pedigrees to the "root" (beginning/foundation) mare, Venus...

2012 volume 9

 
 

The Magnificent Mares of Mulawa
The Arabian mare was beloved as the most precious possession of the Bedouin. She was his chosen mount in battle, his closest companion in life, and upon her the legendary acclaim of the Arabian breed was founded. Courage, stamina, strength, intelligence, quality, endurance and beauty are her legacy to not only the Arabian horse of the last five millennia, but to the greater population of light horses celebrated the world over...

2012 volume 9

 
 

What to Know About Foals
January is the universal birthday for all horses and the beginning of the foaling season in the northern hemisphere. All of the hopes and dreams of the breeder manifest at this time. It is important to give your mare every advantage to deliver a healthy foal. The normal gestation length for a mare can range from 320 to 360 days, with the average being around 340 days...

2012 volume 9

 
 

Al Khalediah Arabian Horse Festival
See results and photos from the Al Khalediah Arabian Horse Festival...

2012 volume 9

 
 

The Ajman Arabian Horse Show
His Royal Highness, Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi held the 11th annual Ajman Arabian Horse Show in the UAE's (United Arab Emirates) Ajman on the 13th and 14th of January. Located only minutes away from the Ajman City Center and only about 45 minutes from Dubai, the show offers some of the best entertainment available in the world...

2012 volume 9

 
 

Brazil: Performance Partners Almir Ribeiro & Jason Krohn
Almir Ribeiro, is the founder of Goyothin Arabians, and one of the few breeders of Arabian performance horses in Brazil. Ribeiro began breeding horses in 1992. Like the majority of Brazilian breeders, Ribeiro's breeding program initially focused on halter horses. Several years later, Ribeiro broke from the crowd when he decided to begin breeding for performance horses...

2012 volume 9

 
 

Valley Oak Arabians
This thought-provoking statement can be applied to people, and also to horses. The Polish stallion Emigrant, owned by Manny Vierra of Valley Oak Arabians in Brentwood, California is the perfect example...

2011 volume 8

 

Silver Maple Farm
Beside our house in Iowa there were two huge Silver Maple trees that were about fifty years old; they became the inspiration for our farm's name. Truly impressive in the girth of their trunks as well as the spread of their branches these two sentinel trees created an enormous canopy. Please keep this image in your mind's eye as I tell you the SMF story of our equine family tree...

2011 volume 8

 

2011 Pride of Poland
When I first saw the 2011 Pride of Poland Preview in OASIS Vol. 7, I read the story and then linked to the online Sale Catalog. As I studied the beautiful images of the Arabian horses offered in this year's sale, I wondered how it is possible to create such an amazing collection year after year. Yet some how the organizers manage to gather a collection of incredibly high quality individuals...

2011 volume 8

 

2011 Foals
Every new generation, every new foal crop of Arabian horses is another step forward into the future of our breed. A tremendous amount of thought, time, and effort – as well as financial resources - go into the work of producing a foal. Who do we have to thank for these delightful creatures that bring us unending joy?

2011 volume 8

 

Arabhorse Farm Tour
This year when you visit the Arabhorse Farm Tour, you won't only see some of the world's best Arabian farms, but you will also have the chance to support Healing Hearts Animal Rescue and Refuge with donation options, raffles and a Grand Finale auction...

2011 volume 8

 

El Nabila B
The terms modern and classic seem to be contradicting. How can something that is classic, also be modern? When we hear the word "classic" or "classical", we often think of music or a piece of art that was created long ago. However, there are modern works we also consider classic. The defining characteristics of these "classics" are timeless quality and universal appeal...

2011 volume 8

 

LC Athens
If you are looking for an exciting experience or an adventure into a new frontier, you don't have to travel around the world. You will find exotic beauty beyond your wildest dreams when you visit Athens---LC Athens, the phenomenal young stallion standing at Brookville Arabians in Scottsdale, Arizona...

2011 volume 8

 

Arabian Breeder Finals
The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona has been marketing and promoting the Arabian horse in Arizona for over 56 years, but this year it is raising the bar to a new level with the Arabian Breeder Finals...

2011 volume 8

 

Alfabia Ajib
Is there a creature on earth that does not love a warm, sunny day in spring? Of all the seasons, spring is perhaps the most well loved. No where is that more true than at Om El Arab International, the breeding farm owned by Sigi Siller and her daughter Janina Merz, and known as home to some of the most beautiful Arabian horses in the world...

2011 volume 7

 

Alia Valentino
A hot wind blows, lifting the grey mare’s full forelock. It seems like a veil that is removed revealing her large black eyes, fringed with long, thick lashes. Who is this vision of beauty? Could it be Farida El Debani, the dam of the great stallion Dahman, and the beloved mare of her owner, the legendary Egyptian horseman and breeder, Ali Pasha Sherif...

2011 volume 7

 

A Story of Commitment to the Arabian Horse
I fondly remember spending countless hours as a kid in the car with my mom visiting Arabian horse farms across the country. It wasn’t until years later that I truly understood or appreciated how much I learned on those visits; from her and from the greatest breeders of our time...

2011 volume 7

 

Salayel Arabians
One of the most highly valued cultural treasures of the Saudi people is the Arabian horse. This magnificent creature bears their name and thus it is as close to them as a member of their own family. The Arabian people and the Arabian horse can never be separated – they are intrinsically united as one...

2011 volume 7

 

Stallion Behavior
Stallion behavior is hardwired into horses, regardless of their living situation. We can attempt to modify a stallion’s behavior. However, it will always think, and often act like a stallion, whether we want them to or not...

2011 volume 7

 

Arabian Horse Days Poland 2011
For over four decades, the annual auction in Poland has propelled sales of the world`s best Arabian horses, serving as the most reliable barometer of market conditions around the globe. The singular source from which to choose the elite of the State Studs as well as from Poland`s rapidly expanding, increasingly successful private breeding sector...

2011 volume 7

 

Ajman Stud
Home to some of the finest Arabian horses in the world, Ajman Stud represents the passion of Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman.

2009 volume 1

 
 

Al Khalediah
As well as endurance, racing and an auction, the international visitors enjoyed a three-day horse show.

2011 volume 6

 
 

Al-Andalus
The 4th annual event took top international endurance riders 514 km (318 miles) across the heart of Spain in 8 days.

2009 volume 2

 
 

Ali Almimar
“I consider myself one of the luckiest artists because I am so close to the world of Arabian horses. I cannot forget the support from many people, to improve my gift and my style.”

2009 volume 1

 
 

An Ambition For Greatness - Bey Ambition
Bey Ambition gave perhaps the most talked about performance by a halter horse at the 2009 U.S. Nationals.

2010 volume 4

 
 

J. Anne Butler - Artist in Bronze
The appeal of her work is found in the intricate details that capture the spirit of each of her subjects - including the noble spirit of the Arabian horse.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Arabian Breeders World Cup 2010
The Arabian Breeders World Cup has earned the status as “The Premier Arabian Horse Show” in the United States.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Arabians in Polo
In an atmosphere of competition, camaraderie and friendship, the sights and sounds of polo have been enjoyed by players and spectators all over the world for millennia.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Arabian Magic In Saudi Arabia
Al Khalediah Arabian Horse Festival, at Al Khalediah Farm at Tebrak, has been the benchmark show in the Middle East for quality and depth.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Asfour - Australia’s Treasured Arabian Stallion
Asfour will continue a breeding legacy for many generations with a profound footprint on the Arabian breed.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Australian Arabian Classic and the
Australian Arabian Championships 2009
There were some amazing new foals hitting the ground and adding a new quality to the Australian show scene. Both shows had an impressive lineup of judges from around the world.

2009 volume 2

 
 

Authentic Arabian Type:
An Introduction

The origin of the Arabian type, the Nejd of the Arabian Peninsula, was the beginning of an important coexistence that would forever change the fortunes of both species.

2009 volume 1

 
 

Bint Bey Shah
Bint Bey Shah is the cherished matriarch of Midwest Station I and the treasured mare of Janene and Bob Boggs.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Bluegrass Country
The Kentucky horse park has a special appeal to people who love the Arabian horse.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Charting Arabian Strains in Pedigrees
Humans are the integral part of the Arabian horse’s existence now and in the past. This continuum is a weaving of human lives and Arabian horses, creating an ever changing but glorious tapestry.

2009 volume 2

 
 

Convertibles: Life with the Top Down
Among even the most performance-oriented auto enthusiasts, the appeal of the convertible sports car is nearly universal.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Der-Dau:
Quality, Craftsmanship, and Tradition

“We embody the traditional European method of handmade leather craftsmanship. Each stage of production undergoes intense scrutiny providing one-of-a-kind craftsmanship.”

2009 volume 2

 
 

Dubai Arabian Horse Stud
Their secret is a commitment to honor and preserve their unique historical and cultural elements and blend them with the most modern, cutting edge technology available.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Embryo Transfer
Fertilization and early embryonic development are regulated by complex events and equine embryo biology has several unique features not found in other domestic animals.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Endurance Ride - Raid Kaliber
The Raid Kaliber Andalucia is one of the longest horseback endurance races in the world

2010 volume 5

 
 

Equine Therapy
With a fiery spirit and energetic attitude, the Arabian horse is equally well known for its sensitivity, intelligence, and positive disposition.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Evolution of Arabian Strains
For centuries the Bedouins traced the pedigree of their mares via an oral history. Today we are fortunate to have many resources upon which to draw, for our own knowledge.

2009 volume 1

 
 

Foal Gender Choice
For those breeders who want to select the sex of their desired foal before the mare is bred, the technology is finally available.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Foaling
With foaling season well underway, it is a good idea to have a foaling kit assembled and in place by the foaling stall. While most mares foal without needing help or intervention, it is important to be prepared.

2009 volume 2

 
 

A Gift from the Desert
The third major global exhibition of the International Museum of the Horse, a Smithsonian affiliate located at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Haras Cencerro, Columbia
In addition to the beautiful barn, Haras Cencerro is equipped with a veterinary lab and has become one of the most important breeding facilities in Colombia.

2009 volume 3

 
 

The Horse of Pure Heritage
Although natural selection was an important factor in the development of the Arab breed, man's influence was the major contribution.

2010 volume 4

 
 

The International Influence Of American
Breeders On the Arabian Horse

American breeders continue to produce some truly exceptional horses; horses that have had an incredible influence both all over the world.

2009 volume 2

 
 

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection
Reproductive technology has finally provided a way to produce a foal that requires only one sperm cell.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Judy Nordquist
Connecting with the spirit of each horse is part of what makes the process so special; uniting the artistry of sculpture and the craft of bronze casting.

2009 volume 2

 
 

Julie Bender: Artistic Vision By Fire
Julie Bender reveals a passion for her work and the dignity of her subjects through deliberate and meticulously crafted pieces, truly drawing with fire.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Kim Jarvis, A With Arabian Horses
Kim Jarvis will tell you that no matter what your economic circumstances are, if you appreciate beauty, a kind and noble spirit, and desire a true friend - then the Arabian horse is for you.

2010 volume 4

 
 

La Karat
A spectacular stallion with the conformation and the pedigree to produce!

2011 volume 6

 
 

La Ville-Lumière!
Certainly one of the great benefits of the Salon du Cheval is its location. The show venue is located on the north-eastern perimeter of The City of Lights, tempting show goers with sightseeing options beyond the competition.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Marjestic
His physical qualities have caught the attention of the judges as well as breeders. Marjestic is certainly a sire to watch.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Menton
Surrounded by some of Europe’s most beautiful scenery, Menton offers a splendid variety of tourist activities and historical interests, all in a beautiful climate.

2009 volume 2

 
 

Miami International Fashion Week
Miami International Fashion Week is known around the world as the largest showcase of top clothing, jewelry and accessory designers in the U.S.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Michele Pfeifer
In addition to breeding and owning some of the most beautiful halter horses in the Arabian breed, Michele has had exceptional success breeding and riding top notch cutting and roping horses.

2011 volume 6

 
 

Mulawa Arabian Stud
Quality of life — for horses and humans — might just as well be the Mulawa mantra — it is evident in the fabric of daily routine at every level of the program.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Mulawa Arabian Stud Open Day
An estimated 500 guests attended one of Australia’s most organized and celebrated rites of the season.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Poland's Arabian Horse Days
In terms of results and relevance, there is only one global leader in the realm of Arabian horse auctions – the Pride of Poland.

2010 volume 5

 
 

The Point System: Making It All Add Up
The responsibility of the judge is to evaluate against the constant ideals of the breed or discipline. These ideals are constant and are the standards against which all horses must be assessed.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Preserving Genetics for the Future
The newest procedure in the breeding shed, mare embryo freezing will generate new marketing ideas, better foaling times and genetic preservation for the future.

2009 volume 1

 
 

Private Air Charter
In stark contrast to the often disappointing experience offered by scheduled airlines, travel by private air charter is an attractive and surprisingly cost effective alternative.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Private Yacht Charter
For the discerning traveler, seclusion, luxury, and freedom constitute the very measure of compelling leisure travel.

2010 volume 4

 
 

Redwood Lodge Arabians
Founded in 1982 with the purchase of an Arabian mare, Redwood Lodge Arabians continues a vision established by Sue Patrick close to thirty years ago.

2009 volume 3

 
 

Ruminaja Ali Foals
Dubai Arabian Stud looked to the past to create a new and brilliant future for their breeding program and for the Arabian horse.

2010 volume 5

 
 

Samantha Mattocks
For the past six years, Samantha Mattocks has been the owner and editor of The Arabian Magazine, a premier publication which is produced out of the UK and admired the world over.

2011 volume 6

 
 

Scottsdale Farm Tours, 2011
Lots of fun for a beautiful Arizona New Years!

2011 volume 6

 
 

Scottsdale Farm Tours, 2010
Now in its third year, the farm tours have clearly built upon the success of the prior two years. More visitors, more farms, more horses, and more fun!

2010 volume 4

 
 

Scottsdale Farm Tour 2010, Preview
Now in the third year, the Scottsdale Farm Tours are quickly becoming an anticipated holiday occasion and an important preceding event to the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show. In

2009 volume 3

 
 

Scottsdale Farm Tours, 2009
Attended by Arabian horse enthusiasts as well as local admirers, the tour was a potent forum for business, prompting over three million dollars in sales by participating horse farms.

2009 volume 1

 
 

Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show 2011
More than 2,200 of the world's finest Arabian and half-Arabian horses for 11 days of thrilling competition.

2011 volume 6

 
 

Scottsdale: A Foundation and a Future
What began as an exhibition has became a competitive affair. Making breeding choices based on Scottsdale champions is a trend that began in 1955 and has intensified since.

2009 volume 1

 
 

Shane Knight
“I believe all good art is on the edge of disaster. My challenges are always measured by what I can and cannot do with film and a darkroom.“

2009 volume 2

 
 

A Tribute to Don Forbis
With a legacy that is paid forward in many ways, Don Forbis was a talented and gifted individual, who had a profound influence on many people from all over the world.

2009 volume 1

 
 
   
             
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