From February 1979: An Interview with Wendell Robie

As we gear up for Tevis and partake of the beautiful trail rides of summer, we’re reflecting on endurance riders of years past. Enjoy reading this interview with Wendell Robie, known as the “Father of Endurance Riding,” by his granddaughter Marion Robie Arnold from...

March 1990 Issue Cover Story: Ali Jamaal

“Every now and then in our breed we create an individual so captivating, that public enthusiasm and adulation for the horse are across the bloodlines board, from newcomer to seasoned breeder. Such a horse is Ali Jamaal, 1989 U.S. National Reserve Champion Stallion....

Dani El Barbary

In January 2018, Madam Wegdan El Barbary passed away. Known to her friends as Dani, her Shams El Asil stud near the Pyramids was one of Egypt’s oldest private stud farms. She had been breeding Arabians for more than 40 years and was into the ninth generation of her...

Catch Riding

Now that show season is in full swing, it’s a fitting time to pay tribute to the unsung heroes: the catch riders. In this story from our March 2002 issue, writer Joanne Fox shares her guidelines for easing the stress for everyone involved … from making the match to...

World Champion Mares, 1980-2011

If you enjoyed our piece this month on World Champion Stallions from 1980-2016 (page 190), you’ll love this throwback. Six years ago in our September issue, Emma Maxwell wrote “World Champion Mares, 1980-2011. Latest Posts 2018 Mediterranean and Arab Countries Arabian...

Conversations with Breeders in Egypt

Looking back to an article published in the May 1987 issue, when Arabian Horse World’s Lucille Shuler visited with some of the top Egyptian breeders in Egypt — including Albadeia Stud, Hamdan Stables, Shams El Asil, Sakkara Arabian Horse Park, and the Egyptian...