From February 1989: The Scottsdale Tradition

In the Arabian horse world, February means Scottsdale. We look back 30 years to our Scottsdale preview, which featured a compilation of Scottsdale champions from 1955 through 1988 and conversations with Scottsdale personalities like Tom Chauncy, Harry Cooper, Gene...

From May 1983: Carl S. Raswan, a Life Worth Remembering

In this month’s Sire Line study of Skowronek, we are reminded of Carl Schmidt’s (later known by his adopted name of Carl Raswan) role in importing horses to the U.S. from England’s Crabbet Park, including some by Skowronek himself. From Arabian Horse World’s May 1983...

From May 1997: Don and Judi Forbis

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of Ansata Arabian Stud by Judith Forbis and her late husband Don. As Cynthia Culbertson noted recently, “When it comes to the realm of Arabian horses, there is no private breeder in the world more successful than...

From February 1979: An Interview with Wendell Robie

As we gear up for our September coverage of the 2018 Tevis “Western States Trail Ride,” 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...

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....