Vol. 57, No. 8

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.

Egyptian

Moments in Time: A Queen in Winter
She had that elusive spiritual quality, at once ethereal, regal, and bold, which, for the last two centuries, has made people everywhere in the world fall in love with the Arabian horse, by Betty Finke

2017 Egyptian Event Preview

Egyptian Breeder Profiles

The Way We Were: The Year was 1991
From Arabian Horse World’s archives, a photo from 26 years ago tells a story of  “… the horse our family based its life around …”

An Egyptian Princess Takes the Crown in Vegas, by Joe Ferriss

Cover story: Arabian Meadows
“Our core objective is to preserve the purity of the old line Asil bloodstock. We breed pure, powerful, strong, and fast horses that are also beautiful,” by Jeffrey Wintersteen

General

From the Artists — Victor Adam

Remembering Stan White, Sr.
We will all miss Stan’s endless smile and optimism coupled with his unmatched skill as a horseman. His tales about his adventures in Egypt in search of horses for Don Ford remind us that he was a great storyteller too, by Gary Dearth

Sire Lines: Krzyzyk DB
The first desertbred stallion to found a line that survived into the 20th century was Krzyzyk DB, by Betty Finke

For the Horse: Beauty in Wild Places — Namibia, Africa
Discover the thoughtful way horses are raised at one special farm in Namibia, by Cindy Reich

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

Horse Properties Across the Nation
This month, we visit farms in California’s Regions 1 and 2, and we head to Region 12 to explore horse properties of the South,

Wit & Wisdom: From our Early Breeders — Edna and Jim Draper
In southern Spain the Drapers found their future with Arabians: Buy top Spanish mares and breed them to *Raseyn, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Racing/Endurance

Darley Awards
Under the direction of the Sheikh Mansoor bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Flat Racing Festival of Abu Dhabi, the Darley Awards weekend at the Dolby Theatre has become a destination event for Arabian racing enthusiasts from around the world, by Steve Andersen

The $100,000 Darley Awards Stake
Paddys Day rallied from the back of the field to win, by Steve Andersen

117 Spring Racing in the Gulf: Kahayla Classic and Qatar Gold Sword
A season capped by Al Shahania’s two big wins, as Reda won the $1 million Kahayla Classic, and only days later Gazwan triumphed in the $250,000 Qatar Gold Sword, by Steve Andersen

Enduring Partners — Stagg and Cheryl Newman
An afternoon with one of the top couples in the sport of endurance reminds us that partnering up with a horse is similar to partnering up with a spouse. Find the right one, commit for life, work out the problems along the way, and enjoy the journey, by Genie Stuart-Spears

Departments

Web Exclusives at www.arabianhorseworld.com

What in the World: A Breeder’s Thoughts on Fanaticaa — Raymond Mazzei Speaks, by Denise Hearst

Stud Farm Diaries: African Horse Sickness
Whether or not you live in Africa, as a horse owner, it is crucial to be ahead of threats that may appear on the horizon, as we become an increasingly global business, by Cindy Reich

Arab Year

Map and Index

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