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> New Pyramid Society Handbook, Review in Arabian Horse World Feb 2012 issue
ArleneMagid
post Feb 23 2012, 11:14 AM
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Just got my February issue of Arabian Horse World and was delighted to read Kent Mayfield's review of the Pyramid Society Handbook Volume 12. He says of my work in that volume: "For anyone needing more than a photo showcase to be convinced that the Egyptian Arabian is a prominent citizen of the world, Arlene Magid-Williams' historical/international scan should provide proof positive. She has moved agilely and with admirable detail from Europe to the Middle East and the African continent, South America and Australia/New Zealand, concluding her global tour in the United States. Magid-Williams has updated her previous survey of the Egyptian Arabian accomplishments in the halter show ring and on the racecourse with a listing of straight Egyptian U.S. and Canadian National Show winners 1958-2010 and Egyptian Event Supreme Champions 1986-2010, as well as straight Egyptian winners of two or more international titles 1959=September 2010 and race winners for the same period." Here's a link to the Pyramid Society website so that you can buy the Handbook!

http://www.pyramidsociety.org/article/refe...s-now-available
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Caryn Rogosky
post Feb 24 2012, 02:03 AM
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QUOTE (ArleneMagid @ Feb 23 2012, 12:14 PM) *
Just got my February issue of Arabian Horse World and was delighted to read Kent Mayfield's review of the Pyramid Society Handbook Volume 12. He says of my work in that volume: "For anyone needing more than a photo showcase to be convinced that the Egyptian Arabian is a prominent citizen of the world, Arlene Magid-Williams' historical/international scan should provide proof positive. She has moved agilely and with admirable detail from Europe to the Middle East and the African continent, South America and Australia/New Zealand, concluding her global tour in the United States. Magid-Williams has updated her previous survey of the Egyptian Arabian accomplishments in the halter show ring and on the racecourse with a listing of straight Egyptian U.S. and Canadian National Show winners 1958-2010 and Egyptian Event Supreme Champions 1986-2010, as well as straight Egyptian winners of two or more international titles 1959=September 2010 and race winners for the same period." Here's a link to the Pyramid Society website so that you can buy the Handbook!

http://www.pyramidsociety.org/article/refe...s-now-available


Congratulations Arlene! Well done!
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post Feb 24 2012, 02:57 AM
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QUOTE (ArleneMagid @ Feb 23 2012, 03:14 AM) *
Just got my February issue of Arabian Horse World and was delighted to read Kent Mayfield's review of the Pyramid Society Handbook Volume 12. He says of my work in that volume: "For anyone needing more than a photo showcase to be convinced that the Egyptian Arabian is a prominent citizen of the world, Arlene Magid-Williams' historical/international scan should provide proof positive. She has moved agilely and with admirable detail from Europe to the Middle East and the African continent, South America and Australia/New Zealand, concluding her global tour in the United States. Magid-Williams has updated her previous survey of the Egyptian Arabian accomplishments in the halter show ring and on the racecourse with a listing of straight Egyptian U.S. and Canadian National Show winners 1958-2010 and Egyptian Event Supreme Champions 1986-2010, as well as straight Egyptian winners of two or more international titles 1959=September 2010 and race winners for the same period." Here's a link to the Pyramid Society website so that you can buy the Handbook!

http://www.pyramidsociety.org/article/refe...s-now-available

Sounds like a very interesting volume. Congrats Arlene.
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post Feb 24 2012, 03:02 AM
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This was really nice of Kent. It must be great to have someone so well-respected comment favorably on your work! Well done!
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