ARABIAN HORSE NEWS
Vol. 27 No. 4
On The Cover:
Fakher El Din
captured on by Polly Knoll
Here is some of what you will find in this
A true treasure for those Arabian fanciers/collector of vintage/rare Arabian magazines.
THE CRABBET STUD ~ The cornerstone of the breed
This an excellent multi page article ~ taken from the 1924 Crabbet Arabian Stud Catalog and no changes were made in the punctuation or spelling. The influence of this world renowned breeding farm was then at its peak. Includes a great vintage photograph of Indian Magic taken in front of the mansion at Crabbet Park
Stories of Champions, by Dixie Ryan
Dennison's Arabians, by Bill Jones
The Origin and History of the Persian Horse, by Kiyoomars Vazeen, Counselor of the Imperial Embassy of Iran. An Excellent Article which contains the Characteristics of the Persian Horse, Breeds of Horses in Persia. Today the Arabian horse is considered one of the Persian branches taken to Arab speaking countries during the Islam conquest....
Fact, Fiction, and Something of BLUE ARABIANS by Dr. Gail Hoff
The Bedouins called them "Kuhaylan" The Western World calls the "Arabians" The Western traveler heard "Kuhaylan," "Asil" "Al-Khamsa", and must surely have come away confused. Since the Bedouins spoke of strains and substrains, stressing similarities and differences but insisting that they were all "Kuhaylan".
Red, White, Blue List and All The Stars, by Dixie Ryan
"A list for all Arabians who wish to belong and are eligible. The records will be contained in a Red, White and Blue notebook and placed eventually in the Hall of Fame (should they decide to accept it)."
Equine Blood Typing Arabians - of what value? (hummmm and this was 36 years ago, interesting)
Spring Veterinary Checkup - what you need to stay on top of to keep your horse(s) healthy, good information for today's horses
A Good Breeding Program Needs a System, by William Jones, DVM
Legion Of Merit
Condition: VG+ used condition, clean crisp pages,
small tear bottom spine, no torn or loose pages detected, however the cover while in one piece has come loose from the glue.