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on the cover: Exxalt (*Excalibur EA x Vesperra by SF Veraz), 2014 stallion, owned by The Exxalt Partners, White Oak, North Carolina. Photo by Javan Schaller. See story on page 137. Vol. 57, No.

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What In The World

What in the World: Happy Summer!

What in the World: Happy Summer!

“A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken.”  – James Dent   Reactor (Vicente x Replika), Joeth Knight Fire (To Knight

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

Racing: The President of the UAE Cup at Deauville

Racing: The President of the UAE Cup at Deauville

by Steve Andersen photos by Noëlle Derré The winning streak spans five races over 21 months, from August 2015 to May of this year. In major stakes in France and England, Muraaqib has amassed a record

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 Enjoy a sneak peek of our Scottsdale coverage — as seen from a refreshing and beautiful perspective

Stud Farm Diaries

Stud Farm Diaries: A Very Curious Case, Plus Answers to Common Foaling Questions

Stud Farm Diaries: A Very Curious Case, Plus Answers to Common Foaling Questions

by Cindy Reich My phone chimed and I glanced down to see a text from one of the mare caretakers. The text was alarming and the photo more so. The breeding crew had just gone down to the barn teasing mares

From the Archives

From the Archives: Al Shaqab 2004

From the Archives: Al Shaqab 2004

A look back at some of the great Al Shaqab horses by Denise Hearst. Photos by Rik Van Lent Jr.  

Small Breeders, Big Results

Small Breeders, Big Results: Lee and David Black  Nyota Ya Nyika Arabians

Small Breeders, Big Results: Lee and David Black Nyota Ya Nyika Arabians

by Mary Jane Parkinson What is the shortest distance between foaling and a Nationals winner? Ask Lee and David Black. They can give you a shining example. What is the most successful sale a small


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