Joined: 11-November 10
Member No.: 36423
Hey everyone. It's been a while. Been checking out those Abayyan lines slowly and surely. But somewhere a while back someone brought up that one of the tail female lines wasn't straight egyptian (don't ask me which one, I don't remember). In my search for answers I've asked just exactly how do you know a horse is straight egyptian. Of course I could buy data source and just go through each horse one by one until I got my answers because if I remember correctly it lists on there that they are straight egyptian. But until that day comes I'd like to know how everyone else finds that information preferably online because I don't have any of the books. I've been on the Al Khamsa website but I recently read that even Al Khamsa won't tell you if a horse is straight egyptian.
Any information is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help.
Joined: 22-January 10
Member No.: 34745
My involvement with S.E. is actually traced to two individuals Char Rabdan owned by Merle Stier and Serenity Inshalla owned byi Verna Dyer.Both were friends of mine.. Verna passed away last year and Merle many years ago.
Of course Eleanor McColley R Farm and I were very close and after the USDA told her to kill all of her Arabians due to SCIDS contamination..she ventured into S.E.'s...but her heart wasn't in it. I spent one season with Richard Pritlaff and knew his horses and was blessed with riding many of them.
I spoke with GBE on numerous occasions and I think that Gene (Junior) discussing the book sale to their "association for Polish breeders/Lasma" with Gladys present is about as close as it can get. The Polish sales I attended where GBE was present were in Poland and the Lasma Sales.
I ahve always respected your requests of information as to the sucess of my Arabians and my proof of my statements but Liz has NEVER answered ONE QUESTION from me...taking the 5th...saying it was private
Oh...Hansi......Liz is the founder of the We hate Preservation Breeders Group with 3 members. I am sure after this has now come to light she will be quickly removing it from Face Book.
My involvement with the Arabian breed does not rival yours on numbers and successes however it equally spans yours for duration...and I suspect trumps yours for duration via family..mine goes back prior to 1876 in Europe