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Arabian Studs & Stallions  |  Annual 2012 - Volume 38  


A beautiful 212-page magazine for Arabian horse lovers filled with stunning photos and inspiring stories about Arabian horses and the people in their lives.

Renowned historian Joe Ferriss wrote a feature about the fascinating Inshass Stud of the last two Egyptian rulers who bred Arabian horses: King Fouad who ruled from 1917 to 1936 and his son King Farouk in My Kingdom for a Horse ? The Story of Inshass. He discusses the influence of these horses worldwide.

Stallion profiles include the influence of Salaa El Dine on international bloodlines. Monika Savier wrote about the life, times and influence of Ajman Moniscione, and includes his Australian connections. David Wesley-Wall penned an interesting story about The Minstril and how this Egyptian sire of significance impacted Australian bloodlines.

Read about the flamboyant RHR Heir of Marwan and how he is wowing the Arabian horse community in Australia as well as the up and coming stallions Craveff, Baranski, True Vision plus Snow 'n? Fire, the ultimate family Arabian horse.

In Lessons and Legacies, Jo Arblaster speaks to long-time breeders about their experience with Arabians and the lessons they have learned and what advice they would offer new breeders. In Three Arabian Voices Sharon Meyers interviews Arabian horse breeders about their involvement with the breed and how they select their breeding horses. Learn more about Infertility or Sub-Fertility in Mares and How to Avoid Stallions Behaving Badly.

Plus many more features - personality and stud farm profiles including Bluedawn Egyptian Arabians whose property was inundated in the horrendous Queensland floods.
Arabian Studs & Stallions will take your breath away with its amazing photographs of Arabian horses from around the world. Established in 1972, Arabian Studs & Stallions has earned a reputation as a publication of choice for dedicated Arabian horse breeders and enthusiasts in Australia and around the world and features informative stories about horses and people involved in the Arabian horse industry worldwide. Arabian Studs & Stallions is produced annually and continues to be not only a stunning pictorial record of the Arabian horse world but a valuable reference source as well. It features profiles of Arabian stallions and horse studs in Australia as well as the USA, the Middle East and Europe. Truly a book for all horse lovers as well as those with a passion for the most beautiful of horse breeds - the Arabian!

The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears - Arabian proverb.
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Arabian Studs & Stallions   |   Annual 2012 - Volume 38   


A beautiful 212-page magazine for Arabian horse lovers filled with stunning photos and inspiring stories about Arabian horses and the people in their lives.

Renowned historian Joe Ferriss wrote a feature about the fascinating Inshass Stud of the last two Egyptian rulers who bred Arabian horses: King Fouad who ruled from 1917 to 1936 and his son King Farouk in My Kingdom for a Horse ? The Story of Inshass. He discusses the influence of these horses worldwide.

Stallion profiles include the influence of Salaa El Dine on international bloodlines. Monika Savier wrote about the life, times and influence of Ajman Moniscione, and includes his Australian connections. David Wesley-Wall penned an interesting story about The Minstril and how this Egyptian sire of significance impacted Australian bloodlines.

Read about the flamboyant RHR Heir of Marwan and how he is wowing the Arabian horse community in Australia as well as the up and coming stallions Craveff, Baranski, True Vision plus Snow 'n? Fire, the ultimate family Arabian horse.

In Lessons and Legacies, Jo Arblaster speaks to long-time breeders about their experience with Arabians and the lessons they have learned and what advice they would offer new breeders. In Three Arabian Voices Sharon Meyers interviews Arabian horse breeders about their involvement with the breed and how they select their breeding horses. Learn more about Infertility or Sub-Fertility in Mares and How to Avoid Stallions Behaving Badly.

Plus many more features - personality and stud farm profiles including Bluedawn Egyptian Arabians whose property was inundated in the horrendous Queensland floods.
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