Dear Sabrina and Karsten
the person making these defaming statements against the Asil club and myself does not need a reply. I have not for a few years, nor ever will and can not recall to have made the statement either of what is stated in a supposinly 2001 post of mine.. I dont use the word "Nutsy" and right here and then it shows me again what fabrications are made. I guess some people do slip up eh.
But indeed have I shown in my Straight WEGyptian index that if Exochorda is in as an SE so should be Kars, or both out. that should be understandable. Often things are taken out of context.
But I have made the statement that if used over what is claimed to be a Sheikh Obeyd horse by their definition, than using the bloodlines would indeed have the offspring no longer carry such label in my sincere opinion. I stated they would still be Asil Arabians.
It never seizes to amaze me how some people can twist and turn words, fabricate things and never stop. They must be running scared. the Asil Club also never discussed Exochorda, nor have I during board meetings I was present or otherwise.
To all others I answer all questions to the best of my ability and have no intention of giving my 50 years of research life to a person I so utterly disrespect, going on a fishing trip.. If I ever get my final book finished, than everybody can read about it. Until then I leave it up to all to think as you please. I find it insulting to have my years of hard work for the preservation of the Se and Asil Arabian horse attacked and defamed by someone who does not know the difference between truth and lies and has little knowledge of true research, and posibly never visited any archives or libraries, but spent one week in Egypt and now has all the answers.
Therefore, I decline any futher personal questions of this sort.If anybody still wants the Straight EGyptian index Vol. 1-6,, contact the Walter Olms Verlag, they might have 1-2 left. the same goes for the "Pindex" All my other 14 publications are sold out.
For some to think about it, why would any library in Egypt have data of Exochorda when nobody ever heard off her, until this forum? she was a race track mare and I dont believe libraries keep records of racing stock, possibly thousands over those years, other then their own horses, when there is no other reason. It would be absurd. Unless of course she was the only one on the track, which would have been a historical event to preserve and might have ended up in an obscure library..
However I will take this matter up with the Asil Club at our next meeting and ask to demand an apology. This has gone too far. We dont need this!
In any case, by the listing of per parents on the export certificate Exochorda is an Asil, and that should satisfy any Asil or Arabian horse breeder. That has always been my contention.
I recommend that it is enough of this guessing game now, and we all wait for the new discovery and then judge it accordingly. Lets spent the time training and riding the horses,putting them back in the limelight. I wish I still could ride and train..
Serenity Arabian Farms