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#11 Morability Ranch

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Posted 29 March 2007 - 03:32 PM

Whew - You guys are like a breath of fresh air over here......really! I love to see the Sabino NOT being hidden and discussed! Even for those that do not like it, all I hoped for was that the Sabino be as recognized as all the other PB's AND in the same way. For example, a good horse is never a bad color, kinda way. Do not excuse bad legs, feet, temperments, etc., just because the PB Sabino has a unique and different than most coat pattern. Again, you are all a breath of fresh air!!

I am so glad Dean has this site for us to come to!!

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I have never understood why the natural color genes expressing themselves that create excessive white and odd coat patterens is discriminated,not allowed and alot of times shunned among a breed ( not just the Arabians ) I am proud of all my minimal sabinos and would be proud to have a maximum show itself in a foal I produce. I have a Morab filly here right now out of my grey minimal sabino Arabian stallion everyone thinks is going to grey out but she is a chestnut and will remain a chestnut she just has alot of white ticking on the hips and a few roaned patches other than that she is a deep dark chestnut showing no signs of being a grey.
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Posted 29 March 2007 - 03:41 PM

OH MY that white guy is AWESOME lookin. His sire is pretty good looking too! I am just asking because I cannot tell nor do I know or have a clue...but how did they find out he is bay?



****If I am not mistaken when Khonversation Piece was born I seen his pictures and I think his mane and tail had black in it that could be seen from what I remember but the owner may have had him genetic color tested also. I fell in love with colt the first time I saw his picture and he is growing up to be one fine looking stallion.
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Posted 29 March 2007 - 04:17 PM

A Study of White Horses -- Not What They Seem!
by Leslie Kathman

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Many historians on the breed have noted that there were pink-skinned white horses in the desert. In the mid-1800s, Sheik Fatouh el-Badjirmi wrote a treatise on "descriptions of praised horses", and named fifty-two different colors. Among these were the al ashab al qortasi, which was described as being "so intense it was not mixed with any other color". The skin was said to be white (pink), and that he could have two blue eyes or just one. If he had dark eyes, he was called ashab akhal. In a letter dated April of 1881, Lady Ann Blunt writes of seeing a bay mare with a white foal, both of which were purebred Arabians.

There was also a white mare imported in the 1930s by Arthur Ball. She had pink skin and dark eyes and was taken from the desert, but the AHCA would not register her (whether due to problems with her paper and her color, it is not known). Her name was Sea Foam, and she went on to become an influential mare in the American White breeding programs of Karen Wales (Westwind). Sea Foam did produce whites when bred to purebred Arabians, but in a personal conversation with Ms. Wales, I was told that whites were "very difficult" to breed for, and that they did not produce anything like 50%, which would be expected if the horses were indeed Dominant White.

More recently, a white stallion -- Boomori Simply Stunning -- was registered in Australia. Like many white horses, he wasn’t completely white at birth (he had chestnut on the ears and poll) although most people considered him white. His first owner claimed that he shed out entirely white, but more recently he has developed chestnut "ticking" in his coat and has chestnut hairs in his tail. He is registered as a sabino, which is probably quite accurate. As of 1994, he had produced five white foals, but three of them displayed birth defects and were euthanized. Of the remaining two, one was born with chestnut on the poll and ears, and the other was white with chestnut on the poll, ears, and body. Both fillies shed out mostly white, and have dark eyes. Simply Stunning’s 100% color production rate is highly unusual, but the numbers are too small to tell how he will breed. It should be noted that Simply Stunning is 100% Crabbet -- a breeding group known to produce the high white associated with the sabino pattern.

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BINT SAFIERA 2000 Bay mare
SHAMS EL BINA 2002 Bay mare
NAKHDA AL SHAIB 2004 Grey Gelding<---- AL
SIHR JAWHER 2006 Bay Stallion
NADEERAH ALIAH 2006 Bay mare
ZAHRAN HAMRAH 2006 Grey mare
IMANA 2006 bay mare
MALIK AL AASIF 2007 Grey Colt
AL RAZEEL 2010 Chestnut colt for sale
SKYLER the 1/2 Arabian pinto wonder horse

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Posted 29 March 2007 - 04:46 PM

Kym...thank-you! That's what I thought they might have done...just courious

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Posted 29 March 2007 - 04:50 PM

Another question I had re: Sabino is....if they have any white on their face, are they not considered Tabiano Sabino? I thought that true Sabinos had no white on the face...or is that only applicable to the pain/pinto breedings...just curious.

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Posted 29 March 2007 - 04:57 PM

White registered purebred Arabians
DOUBAN AHR*2699 23 May 1943 White Stallion
GUIRON AHR*3083 15 Feb 1945 White Stallion
SAMORAH AHR*3135 28 Apr 1945 White Mare
LASIK AHR*3349 18 Jul 1945 White Stallion
SELKA AHR*3475 09 Mar 1945 White Mare
RAFFRAFFKA AHR*3477 08 May 1945 White Stallion
KORASHAW AHR*3550 13 May 1946 White Gelding
AATINDA AHR*3702 28 Apr 1946 White Mare
JEDANA AHR*4424 16 May 1947 White Mare
DU BARIFA AHR*6205 29 Jul 1950 White Mare
NADRIFF AHR*6425 14 May 1950 White Stallion
AMIRAH ALBARA AHR*7429 23 Feb 1952 White Mare
PHLETA AHR*7538 15 Jun 1952 White Mare
AL SHAHTTAR AHR*16356 01 May 1960 White Gelding
MARY OF EGYPT AHR*17101 17 Jul 1960 White Mare
FIELDACRES FADON AHR*23931 18 Feb 1963 White Gelding
MIRACLE MAKER AHR*36179 03 May 1966 White Mare

GULILAH ISFAHAN SASB*2993 06 Aug 1983 White Stallion
*SHAHWAN AHR*241 12 Jan 1887 White Stallion
KOKHLE AHR*336 31 May 1918 White Mare
*NURI PASHA AHR*517 01 Apr 1920 White Stallion
*MALOUMA AHR*738 28 Oct 1924 White Mare
*KING JOHN AHR*739 23 May 1922 White Stallion
*RAFFLES AHR*952 01 Jan 1926 White Stallion
RAFID AHR*1027 12 May 1934 White Mare

*FARHA AHR*42 01 Jan 1900 White Mare
*GHAZALA AHR*211 01 Jan 1896 White Mare
SABSETTA AHR*37708 30 Apr 1966 White Gelding
MS CZARTHAN AHR*44054 09 May 1967 White Stallion
ODDISEE AHR*421674 28 May 1988 White Gelding
R KHASPER AHR*540239 08 Apr 1996 White Stallion
KHOLOR BY DESIGN AHR*613568 14 Jun 2004 White Stallion
KHONVERSATION PIECE AHR*614872 16 Mar 2004 White Stallion
MRF KHANDLE LIGHT AHR*620405 30 Apr 2004 White Mare
KHEYSTONE TO MY HEART AHR*620660 27 Apr 2005 White Mare

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BINT SAFIERA 2000 Bay mare
SHAMS EL BINA 2002 Bay mare
NAKHDA AL SHAIB 2004 Grey Gelding<---- AL
SIHR JAWHER 2006 Bay Stallion
NADEERAH ALIAH 2006 Bay mare
ZAHRAN HAMRAH 2006 Grey mare
IMANA 2006 bay mare
MALIK AL AASIF 2007 Grey Colt
AL RAZEEL 2010 Chestnut colt for sale
SKYLER the 1/2 Arabian pinto wonder horse

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#17 Prairie Majik Arabians

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Posted 31 March 2007 - 05:36 PM

Love Sabinos! The flashier they are the more I like 'em. My foundation mare, Myrka is a sabino and her son Majestik Class who is our breeding stallion is also. He is grey but he passes on the sabino gene and doesn't always produce grey. I can't wait for one with 4 stockings though! Myrka has three, Majik has three and only one foal has been born with all four, but he died unfortunately.

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 04:04 AM

Posted Image This is my yearling Sabino colt PIZAZZZ fsi. His mom only had lip white, and dad only a couple of high white socks...but Fonzi has 2 belly spots, one the side of a dinner plate and one smaller one, and lightning bolts up both hind legs, over the knees in front and lip white! He got it all!

Posted Image this is baby pic of other side of PIZAZZZ fsi.

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Posted 31 May 2007 - 10:40 AM

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Dear Lord! Doesn't she have the most unusual markings?? I kept looking at the slideshow in amazement. It looks like some creative teenager painted one of her horse models or something, huh?

BeautifuL!
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Posted 31 May 2007 - 11:11 AM

Pretty cool isn't she???

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