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#31 Biscuit

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 02:25 PM

How I love your horses! I watched the birth of both foals and was amazed at how well Nobie did!

Best of luck with both of them.

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Rare Essence RIP sweet girl - Feb 22, 1983-Dec 10, 2010
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#32 Mason Arabians

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 03:01 PM

WONDER-FOAL-TIME-OF-YR-! ----she is so very lovely-!---!

#33 Flairpark

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 06:26 PM

Congratulations on your new cutie!
Let us know when you are ready to add a little Flair to your barn.

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#34 Lacinda

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 06:30 PM

Beautiful foals in any color!!
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#35 Rachel

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Posted 20 March 2010 - 12:23 PM

what a beauty! congrats

The Arabian stallion is magnificent, and the mare quite glamorous, but the airy-fairy foal is so delicate and fawn-like, he steals your heart away!
- Gladys Brown Edwards, "Know the Arabian Horse"

"So tender is the Arab of his horse, that he will seldom beat or spur him; and in consequence of this humane treatment, the animal considers itself as one of the family, and will allow the children to play round it, and to fondle it like a dog." The Wonders of the Horse, by Jos. Taylor "For the dominant quality of Arab blood is its eternal, its immortal persistence. Wherever, as the horseman of today looks about him and among these horses, observes beauty, speed, grace, fire, activity, docility and fineness yet toughness of fiber, he sees that eternity, that immortality, incarnated. It has triumphed over everything mundane, thousands of years, hap and circumstances, time and tide, incredible hardships and immemorial adversities, misuse, and abuse, the exigencies of mankind's daily life and the flame and blood of the battlefield, unconquerable, indestructible and victorious. Everything worth while in the shape of a horse in the world today partakes of it. The Greeks believed it Godlike, and verily they made no mistake."March 27, 1942, Mr. Hervey