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May 2017

on the cover: EAI Silvereen  (Safeen x Shohreh by CES Taliell), 1996 straight Egyptian stallion, owned by Arabian Meadows, LLC, Valley View, Texas. Photo by Nancy Pierce. See story here .   Vol.

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What In The World

A Breeder’s Thoughts on Fanaticaa — Raymond Mazzei Speaks

A Breeder’s Thoughts on Fanaticaa — Raymond Mazzei Speaks

He registered his first homebred Arabian in 1963, and of the more than 128 Arabians he has bred in the ensuing years, he’ll tell you which one is the best. “This one. Took my whole life. She had everything

For The Horse

For the Horse: Beauty in Wild Places — Namibia, Africa

For the Horse: Beauty in Wild Places — Namibia, Africa

by Cindy Reich Charlottenberg Arabians is situated in the hills above Windhoek, Namibia. The location of the barn, on the highest ridge, is not just for the sweeping views in all directions.

Racing and Endurance

The $100,000 Darley Awards Stake

The $100,000 Darley Awards Stake

by Steve Andersen, Benoit photos Paddys Day was the first Arabian racehorse that famous Thoroughbred jockey Victor Espinoza encountered up close. Espinoza, who has won three Kentucky Derbys,

Show Coverage

Scottsdale 2017 — The View from Center Ring

Scottsdale 2017 — The View from Center Ring

by Gary Dearth Photos by April Visel, Morgan Moore, Stuart Vesty, Rick Osteen, and Howard Schatzberg The reason the Scottsdale Arabian show is known as “The Greatest Arabian Horse Show on Earth,”

Stud Farm Diaries

African Horse Sickness — Could It Be Our Next West Nile?

African Horse Sickness — Could It Be Our Next West Nile?

by Cindy Reich J ust the mention of this disease causes grave concern to horse owners in Africa. During a recent visit to Namibia, I saw firsthand the fear that surrounds any mention of African horse

Small Breeders, Big Results

Small Breeders, Big Results: GRK Arabians

Small Breeders, Big Results: GRK Arabians

by Morgan Moore Gary Kehl is a man who revels in challenge and never accepts the status quo. He’s constantly testing boundaries both in and out of the equine arena and accomplishing the seemingly


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