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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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Stud Farm Diaries: 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

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What in the World: 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

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Thirty-third Punta del Este Arabian Horse Show

by Gastón Labadie Punta del Este is one of the most charming and exclusive cities in the world. Actors and actresses from every corner of the globe come every January to enjoy Punta del Este’s glamorous

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March Racing in Abu Dhabi Featuring Five Stakes Races

by Steve Andersen Watkins photos Mahbooba (Bibi de Carrere x Nevada du Loup by Manganate) needed three starts in Group 1 races in the United Arab Emirates before she reached the winner’s circle

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Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz International Arabian Horse Festival

January 25 – 27, 2017 photos © PSAIAHF The Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz International Arabian Horse Festival has, in years past, been a five-day affair held in late January. This year’s schedule,

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HH Sheikh Mansoor Festival Races at Sam Houston Race Park

by Steve Andersen Coady photos There is nothing like the comfort of home, even for a champion racehorse. Last November, Paddys Day, the 2015 Darley Award winner as Horse of the Year, was sent to

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