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

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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