Seanderich — Spanish Conquerors

In the Arabian horse world, besides Poland, Britain, France, and Germany, Spain is the fifth European country that developed its own sire lines within the Arabian horse breed. Of the original Spanish desertbred lines, two have survived, the most significant being that...

Latif DB — A French-Russian Dynasty

Telmèse, desertbred in 1903 by the Shammar Bedouins. by Betty Finke Of all sire lines, none has been more versatile than that of Latif: it has produced outstanding racehorses, top endurance horses, exceptional dressage horses, and the most exotic of international show...

Telmèse DB — French Flyers

Telmèse, desertbred in 1903 by the Shammar Bedouins. Tidjani (Flipper x Managhi), unbeaten at the racetrack and one of the most significant sires in Arabian racehorse breeding. *Ala Croixnoire (Tidjani x Okie du Cassou), the best French racehorse in 1991 and a...

Skowronek — The Controversial Superstar

Arabian Horse World’s series on sire lines, now in its 21st installment, arrives  at Skowronek, the controversial superstar. No other great stallion of the Arabian breed has been the subject of such veneration, but also close scrutiny, by Betty Finke. Read now Related...