Conway Arabians — A Renaissance

Retooling a 20-year-old breeding program with an eye to the future, by Gary Dearth Read now Related Posts Tuxedo Thyme ABA Conway Arabians — A Renaissance Al Ghanayim Stud Gazal Al Shaqab, The Once and Future...

In this Issue: January/February 2020

COVER VOLUME 60, NUMBER 3 On the Cover:The 2008 mare Heat Wave PF (SF Specs Shocwave x Afires Quintina) and her 2017 colt One Track Mind CA (by Coltrane SS), owned by Conway Arabians, Chatfield, Minnesota. See story on page 89. GENERAL: 32Totally TopsThe leading...

U.S. Arabian Racing From Lone Star Park

by Steve Andersen, Orona photos The royalty of American Arabian racing was on display at Lone Star Park in Texas on November 8. Within an hour, the champions Easter Man and Uptown Sandy Girl won year-end stakes that may lead to further accolades when the Darley Awards...

Qatar Arabian World Cup and French Racing Weekend

Ebraz wins the $1.1 Million Qatar World Cup Part of Europe’s top race weekend for Arabians by Steve Andersen Ebraz had hardly left the winner’s enclosure after the $1.10 million Qatar Arabian World Cup at Longchamp Racecourse in Paris on October 6 when winning trainer...

Lebanon, Where a Love of the Arabian Horse Thrives.

by Denise Hearst With Lebanon in the news now for the fragile state of its government, it’s easy to wonder how life can ever be stable enough to support a thriving Arabian horse community. But at the Fourth Lebanese National Arabian Horse Championship this past...

Moments In Time: The Flying Dutchman

Story and photographs by Betty Finke Until the early 1980s, Arabian showing in Europe consisted mainly of small breed shows that were intended to help breeders evaluate and select their breeding stock. There were very few international shows. Halter horses were still...