Twelve years ago, Laetitia d'Arenberg decided to start breeding Arabian horses in her farm in Uruguay, Estancia Las Rosas.

Their worldwide success in the last years has exceeded even the most positive but realistic scenario. Triple Crown winner EA Excalibur, owned by Estancia Las Rosas has lead the way to positioning Estancia Las Rosas brand in the region, and consequently in the rest of the...
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Have you read our January Cover Story yet?

Presenting Arabian Horse World’s January issue cover story: Al Rashediah Stud. Cover Story: Avonlea Arabians. “The Whitakers — Dick and Gail, along with their daughter Anne Whitaker Keller — are proof that small breeders can make a huge impact on the Arabian breed.” — by Gary Dearth
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Onyx A (Sundance Kid V x Aliage SSA by El Chivas Regal), 2006 black stallion, owned by Avonlea Arabians, Vacaville, California. Photo by April Visel. See story on page 113 of our January issue.
Scottsdale's most prestigious Arabian horse farms welcome the public to experience world-renowned Arabian horses during a multi-day New Year event. The three day tour offers a rare opportunity for the public to experience the beauty, history and lifestyle of the Arabian horse. The energy of the presentations and the class and elegance of the party spreads are unmatched by any other equine event.
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Scottsdale's most prestigious Arabian horse farms welcome the public to experience world-renowned Arabian horses during a multi-day New Year event. The three day tour offers a rare opportunity for the public to experience the beauty, history and lifestyle of the Arabian horse. The energy of the presentations and the class and elegance of the party spreads are unmatched by any other equine event.
12 Months of 2016 – November

On the eleventh month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Al Shaqab – The Pathway to Paris…

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The USEF Ruling on Shanking, Part 4 — A Conversation with Michael Byatt
Our continuing series regarding recent USEF rule changes and the halter division, by Cindy Reich.
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The USEF Ruling on Shanking, Part 4 - A Conversation with Michael Byatt

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12 Months of 2016 – October

On the tenth month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Al Rashediah Stud by Jeffrey Wintersteen

“The small nation of Bahrain sits amid the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf. On the northeastern corner of the island, the warm breeze blows across the Strait of Hormuz from the desert sands of Saudi Arabia. The breeze is moist with the tang of brine, swaying the fronds of...
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Salon Du Cheval d’El Jadida
The colors of vibrant Morocco, the vast desert, the spectacular Tbourida featuring teams of hard-charging Barbs, provided an evocative backdrop to the two Arabian shows — one for Moroccan breds and an International “A” show, by Caroline Reid. Photo by Julie Patton.
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On our December issue cover: Bellagio RCA (Alixir x Rhapsody In Black), 2003 black Egyptian stallion, owned by Arabians, Ltd., Waco, Texas. Photo by Suzanne Sturgill.
Presenting our December issue cover story: Arabians Ltd. — Thirty-eight years ago Judy Sirbasku and her late husband Jim embarked on a journey led by a single passion: breeding Egyptian Arabians. Photos by Suzanne Sturgill. See story by Jeffrey Wintersteen in the December issue. Or go to this link [ Issuu.com Link ]
12 Months of 2016 – September

On the ninth month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Bahrain Host of the 2017 WAHO Conference by Denise Hearst

“A boulboul was trilling from a thicket of palms and the old white stallion stamped and kicked up the sand, tossing his mane against the morning sun. Up there on the limestone escarpment he looked so grand and important, as though history was written in his...
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12 Months of 2016 – August

On the eighth month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Al Shahania Stud by Jeffrey Wintersteen

“Al Shahania Stud in Doha, Qatar, has established itself with its Arabian show breeding as one of the leaders in the industry. The Qatar stud was built in the 1980s on late where dare palms and a few scattered buildings stood previously. But it possessed the essential...
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Presenting our December issue cover story: Arabians Ltd. — Thirty-eight years ago Judy Sirbasku and her late husband Jim embarked on a journey led by a single passion: breeding Egyptian Arabians. Photos by Suzanne Sturgill. See story by Jeffrey Wintersteen in the December issue. Or go to this link [ Issuu.com Link ]
12 Months of 2016 – July

On the seventh month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Vicario by Gary Dearth

“Once hailed as “The Versatile Arabian,” our breed has become a breed of specialists. We have halter horses and performance horses, English horses and western horses, sport horses, and working western horses, with very little overlap between divisions. Although we may aspire to breed beautiful...
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12 Months of 2016 – June

On the sixth month of 2016 AHW brought to you: The Arabian Horses of Al Waab Farm.

“Would you like to see beauty beyond your imagination? Leave behind the modern Qatar capital city of Doha, with its towering skyscrapers, elegant malls, and enchanting traditional souqs, and drive 70 kilometers north across the immense desert, home to Bedouins who wave to the...
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12 Months of 2016 – May

On the fifth month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Al Shaqab – Preserving the Arabian Horse at the Highest Level by Betty Finke

“The achievement of Al Shaqab is unparalleled in our time. Within just 15 years, five Al Shaqab-bred stallions have been named World Champion, four of them representing three successive generations of Al Shaqab breeding: Gazal Al Shaqab (Anaza...
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12 Months of 2016 – April

On the fourth month of 2016 AHW brought to you: The 1947 Hearst Expedition by Matt Potts.

“The storm that ravaged the North Atlantic in mid-November 1947 wasn’t actually a hurricane, but it sure felt like one. The nor’easter in the ocean off Cape Cod and Canada’s maritime provinces roiled the shipping lanes between Europe and the United States with hurricane-force...
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12 Months of 2016 – March

On the third month of 2016 AHW brought to you: Al Saqran Stud by Jeffrey Wintersteen.

“The Arabian horse is a passion, it is the breath of life for the soul,” believes Bassam Al Saqran of Al Saqran Stud. For Bassam, the Arabian industry is his life’s obsession, one that is not driven by financial gains, but for the horse first and foremost. “It is not about making...
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