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Arabian Horse Arabian Horse Show - Western Competition Egyptian Stallion Breeding PIntabians

Arabian Horse Arabian Horse Show - Western Competition Egyptian Stallion Breeding PIntabians - I'm having a bad hair day!

Arabian Horse Arabian Horse Show - Western Competition Egyptian Stallion Breeding PIntabians

Almasa Shamale "Diamond from the North" - (Musalih x Honest and True) 2006 Bay Gelding - Lone Tamarak Arabians

Paso Fino tack question...

The decorative horse hair dangly bit, is called a mosquero (moss-care-o) :)

Wow...those eyes behind it all

“Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to be picked up and laid down like a game of Solitaire. It is a grand passion.

Reminds me of Fury at the Broken wheel ranch. I loved that show as a child. Would love to see the reruns, maybe on TVLand.

November 1964, age 24. As a foal he was prophetically named by Gladys Brown Edwards (then the Kellogg Ranch Secretary) the Arabic name that means "father of chestnuts" and of his 278 registered foals, 220 are chestnut. By pedigree Abu Farwa is the classic of study within the CMK Heritage, combining elements from the Crabbet Stud (Blunt and Wentworth), the Maynesboro Stud (as derived from both Crabbet and Huntington), and W.K. Kellogg's breeding program (Crabbet and Davenport).

November 1964, age 24. As a foal he was prophetically named by Gladys Brown Edwards (then the Kellogg Ranch Secretary) the Arabic name that means "father of chestnuts" and of his 278 registered foals, 220 are chestnut. By pedigree Abu Farwa is the classic of study within the CMK Heritage, combining elements from the Crabbet Stud (Blunt and Wentworth), the Maynesboro Stud (as derived from both Crabbet and Huntington), and W.K. Kellogg's breeding program (Crabbet and Davenport).

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