I honestly cant believe what I am reading. "Exochorda was never a "questionable: entity, but her label is.
also I cant wait to see more data as adverstised here, something some of us researchers were unable to obtain since 1970.I guess we must have been asleep
including Doug Marshall, the one who advised be first of a discrepancy in 1970 at the time of the 1970 importation at my home in Canada..
You seem to overlook that the error our AHRa made, showing her as being bred by the RAS although they confused an export certificate of the RAS as a pedigree for such erronious acceptance, corrected it a few years back, was the only reason for getting the Se label..
And that was the only reason the PS accepted her as a straight Egyptian based on our original minutes. Walter Schimanski was quite aware of this, as I advised him accordingly.
If the label is that important, I can not help this. But we need to be most careful to accept any data from people who condoned forgery, even finding an excuse for it.
Not only this to even have the mare become a Sheikh Obeyd labelled horse, when she has absolutely nothing to do with the sheikh Obeyd issue, and does not even fit under their own stipulation what is eligable or not.
I guess when money is involved, politics will be played, but when the history of anything is twisted and turned to facilitate wrong doing, all sanity stops. When honest research is being discreted or insulted, it is even worse.
I gladly stand corrected and am only to happy once this matter has been concluded. So lets wait and see, eh. Just wonder why my simple questions I asked for over a decade have never been answered. I guess money can be made on some new publications of any kind.
I also wish that people would not get that upset, because as of this date the mare is still accepted as an "Asil" Arabian horse, just like the Ses. While some powerful breeders have the bloodlines, they should be satisfied when it produced good Asil Arabian horses . And t is also good to refresh with lines needed here and there.
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