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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.  

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2016 Mediterranean Arabian Horse Championship

Menton, France Number of horses present: 100 Judges: Cedes Bakker, The Netherlands; Jerzy Bialobok, Poland; Manfred Hain, Germany; Joseph Polo, United States; Marc Veray, France; Maria Ferraroni-Annaratone,

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English Division Statistics

Research by Douglas Tatelman This fresh crop of stats includes crucial information on the top purebred English sires, Half-Arabian sires, and purebred dams of English winners. Who are the

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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

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Arabian Horse Breeding in the World Today: Padrons Psyche

One of the architects of the breed we know today, Padrons Psyche embodies the bridge between the past and the future, by Betty Finke    

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Quote of the Month

“If you are their caretaker and can spend the time to connect with them, you will be rewarded with the same bond the Bedouins knew long ago, and you will be a better human being for it. Don’t ask me about

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2017 Arabian Breeders World Cup

South Point Equestrian Complex Las Vegas, Nevada April 12-15, 2017 Judges: Leslie Connor, U.S.; Terry Holmes, U.S.; Klaus Beste, Kuwait; Jack Maritz, South Africa; Dr. Nelson Moreira, Brazil;

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2017 WAHO Conference: Bahrain and the Arabian Farm Tours

“We were about to witness the history and heritage … to see the source of so many of our own Arabians — it was a feeling of humble privilege,” by Caroline Reid  

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Arabian Horse Breeding in the World Today: Ansata Hejazi

Enjoy additional photos of the beautiful Ansata Hejazi from our May feature about this Egyptian sire. “Hejazi’s name in a pedigree reminds breeders everywhere that he forms a vital link in an

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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,

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