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post Jan 11 2008, 08:23 PM
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SBF Knight Majic under saddle at the Bluegrass show in KY.
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post Jan 11 2008, 09:19 PM
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my girl came to me with no training and now she's being ridden in the arena and learning the basics (for about 6 months now). I hope to be able to take her out on some trail rides in the spring/summer with other horses along for moral support.

I plan to continue riding her as long as she's physically capable and enjoys it.

she's SE, her name is MB Tarafeenah (Imperial Madheen x Imperial Tarafah ) Imperial Im Tarib)

I don't have any good riding pictures of her but maybe in the spring when she's not a wolly mammoth I'll get some.

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p.s. I thought I might add that she's received all of her training from me, I haven't sent her anywhere to be trained.
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post Jan 12 2008, 12:27 PM
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Our Se boy is also resently started under sadle. We took him to some small competions in both show jumping and dressage. His done very well. Also trained here at home by us... biggrin.gif Alot of fun and great promotion for the arabian horse.We always get questions like " Do u use an arabians horse???? " Like they dont belive that an arab can work well under sadle. Its quite fun to prove them wrong tongue.gif

Dont have any fancy pics of him under sadle, but some from here at home.


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post Jan 12 2008, 09:43 PM
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I love these posts and descriptions. With our young stallion, we used martingales for a while (we saw so many tie downs and chambons and heavy bits out there), but learned that we did not need the martingales (either standing or running) as we wanted his neck out there.... to engage his hindquarters and allow him to really step under himself. Sometimes our horses are so sensitive to the bit or the cues that they will overrespond to a martingale and then not properly go into the bit or move forward. I see that all the time in the ring, of horses who have been so hauled on or tied down that they are afraid or physically cannot step forward without fear of constant correction. So my 2 cents are that if he is young, ok on the martingale for a little while, but then take it off so he really learns to listens to your leg and subtle weight cues. These are all 3 great horses. Congrats on what you are doing.
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post Jan 12 2008, 10:04 PM
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Well if the batteries had cooperated today I'd have gotten pictures of Impress Rissala wearing her first saddle and learning that she really can move with the cinch tightened up laugh.gif She did wonderful and I'm looking forward to having her out on the trails this year.

Zandai Jasoor continues to do well.. just not enough time to ride him! I'm thinking he's very bored with the lunge and the round pen so it's time to hit the trails with him as well smile.gif
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post Jan 13 2008, 02:27 PM
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biggrin.gif Morning Everyone,
Here is a shot of our SE Safeen daughter MB Zareena owned & trained by myself with my daughter riding & a good friend of my daughter riding as well. Just candid shots taken this fall in the paddock with her 2007 SE colt, she's quite out of shape & had not been ridden in some time, however she did great & Amir wanted a little sip laugh.gif in one of the shots, he was around 3 months old at the time he's a big boy.
We also have Zareena's 4 yr. old SE daughter under saddle as well, sorry no photo's yet, taking her for a spin later this afternoon.

Keep riding all cool.gif , Lisa & Family
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post Jan 13 2008, 04:14 PM
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This is Aimbri Ansarah (Assefa Moniet by Rasmoniet RSI x Zahara Basharah by Ramses Maris) at a Class A show in June, 2007.
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post Jan 13 2008, 04:26 PM
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greetings all:

Stallion Galaxy Aanuket Wz (Galaxy 1 x Treffhaven nageed) SE, AK, Asil.
owned by Marie Sobiski in Darlngton, SC
Nuke is trained and ridden by Sandy Richardson

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post Jan 13 2008, 04:32 PM
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Here's my Safeen son Shy Gayfeen++++// undersaddle.
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post Jan 13 2008, 08:26 PM
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Hey Mark, love the forward reach on the bay stallion. Our late horse could outwalk so many other breeds. That is what really opened our eyes to figure out why and keep looking for that in other horses.
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Hey Mark, love the forward reach on the bay stallion. Our late horse could outwalk so many other breeds. That is what really opened our eyes to figure out why and keep looking for that in other horses.
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post Jan 13 2008, 08:39 PM
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Ibn Birak (Thee Desperado x Minstrilspricilla) Black SE stallion . 2006 photo . ridden by Danny Thompson

Ibn Birak is now own by Annette Tinsman of Daystar Arabians in Hackett Arkanasa
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post Jan 14 2008, 02:54 PM
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I sure wish there were a lot more people posting about their riding their SE's.

Kathy
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post Jan 14 2008, 03:16 PM
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Here is Ibn Shai (Simeon Shai x Bint Romanaa) under saddle with a friend riding him done up for a show.
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post Jan 14 2008, 05:53 PM
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This is SA Anazah Mujannah (Emiratus B x Mohjaahidah) on a "shopping tour" biggrin.gif

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By the way: this was a paperchase combined with funny games, 7 teams competing, and our team won - the only team with an arabian smile.gif
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