January 2017

on the cover:
Onyx A 
(Sundance Kid V x Aliage SSA by El Chivas Regal), 2006 black stallion, owned by Avonlea Arabians, Vacaville, California. Photo by April Visel.

Cover Story: Avonlea Arabians

The Whitakers — Dick and Gail, along with their daughter Anne Whitaker Keller — are proof that small breeders can make a huge impact on the Arabian breed, by Gary Dearth

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In this Issue: January 2017
 |  Table of Contents

In this Issue: January 2017

130  2016 U.S. Nationals: The Halter Division One thing has never changed: the quiet, expectant ... Read More
Avonlea Arabians
 |  Cover Story

Avonlea Arabians

The Whitakers — Dick and Gail, along with their daughter Anne Whitaker Keller — are ... Read More
Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Jewel Crown
 |  Racing And Endurance

Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Jewel Crown

RB Burn (Majd Al Arab x Burnie Gee PW by Burning Sand) won the $1.27 ... Read More
Pint-sized Dynamos: Tyler Hardin and “Zipy”
 |  General

Pint-sized Dynamos: Tyler Hardin and “Zipy”

Tyler Hardin and the purebred Arabian gelding, AM Zipy Sharp Shooter (AM Power Raid x AM ... Read More
Cheers to a New Year
 |  What In The World

Cheers to a New Year

The year 2016 was a year of growth for Arabian Horse World, as we found ... Read More
Sport Horse Nationals and the *Ralvon  Elijah Influence
 |  Sport Horse Nationals

Sport Horse Nationals and the *Ralvon Elijah Influence

by Morgan Moore In 1986, a brilliant red Australian-born stallion made the long journey to ... Read More
Guest Editorial: Make Halter Great Again?
 |  U.S. Nationals

Guest Editorial: Make Halter Great Again?

A petition was circulated in the halter arena at this year’s U.S. National show seeking support ... Read More
The Journey to Nampa
 |  Show Coverage, Sport Horse Nationals

The Journey to Nampa

by Morgan Moore Photos by Suzanne Sturgill and Cookie Serletic 2016 U.S. Sport Horse Nationals ... Read More
Markelle Arabians
 |  Small Breeders, Big Results

Markelle Arabians

by Morgan Moore Some great breeding programs brand themselves through a foundation stallion, while others ... Read More

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