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#1 The Al Shama Stables

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Posted 22 April 2011 - 09:10 AM

The Al Shama Stables is a Breeding & Training Farm located in Tielen, Belgium, just a 30 minute drive from Antwerp and Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The farm has room for about 25 horses, 5 boxes for mare-care ( 24/7 on camera ), washing place, round pen, outdoor riding arena, playground for the horses etc...

Proudly managed by Sven & Sofie and their four children. As Sven takes care of the Training of all kind, Sofie does a stunning job in Breeding management and Adoptions.

Training:

The training at the farm could be of all kind! With a lot of experience, working with mistreated horses, horses with behavior problems etc., the horses don't get their 'bodyworks' but also their mental state is very important during the training of the horses... A healthy mind in a healthy body makes your horse look even better?!

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*Showtraining
*Riding ( Dressage Basics, Western Pleasure & Reining, Freestyle Riding and Tricks )
*Education for horses ( ...with mental problems & vices )
*Recovery ( ...after surgery, building up extra muscles, taking care of serious injuries etc... )
*Osteopathy
*Sacro Cranial Theraphy ( Bach-Blossoms... )

Breeding:

In the breeding program at the farm, people can recieve great help in finding the right stallion for their mare(s), have their stallion(s) promoted etc...
Also, the homebred stallion, Al Shama Salar has already proven to be an excellent producer! With his outstanding pedigree and the way he put's his stamp in all of his offspring, this stallion will get your attention in the near future over and over again!
Sired by Escape ibn Navarrone-D out of the mare Shazadika, half-sister to Bess Fa'Izah, this stallion doesn't have to prove his bloodline's quality.

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Adoption:

The last 3 years, in the beginning of the season, there are some mares artificial put with milk. Reason for this is that for all of us, a foal is so prescious! Unfortunatly, not all of the mares take care of their baby, some don't survive a complicated delivery or other sad reasons... For these little orphans can find the luck of their life at this farm! They get adopted by proven mothers, who take care of the baby and give them a chance to grow up like a 'normal' horse. In most cases both of them remain at the farm under strict care of Sofie untill the babies can get weaned. By that time the babies know how to behave around horses and humans. Picking up their feet, going for a walk, clipping etc... Because of Belgium is located in the centre of Europe, foals from other countries can be delivered at the farm within a day after birth! The Netherlands, France, Germany and England.

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For more information, questions about your Arabian Horse, Half-Arabian Horse or Quarab, please feel free to contact for more information!

Kind regards,

Lanslots Sven & Sofie
The Al Shama Stables


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Posted 31 May 2011 - 11:42 AM

Thank you for a wonderful program topic
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Posted 01 June 2011 - 12:22 PM

Welcome to ABN.
Breeders of performance straight Egyptian Arabians.
Meet your opportunity .... El Rashiid MA [El Majiid x Maar-Riana]

Alison

"El Rashiid MA is bred generations deep to sire beautiful athletes" ~ Arlene Magid

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Posted 01 June 2011 - 08:49 PM

Your stallion is very handsome.The foal program sounds so sweet.Thanks for sharing and welcome to ABN!
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Posted 08 August 2011 - 11:21 PM

Thank you all for the nice words! The foal adoptian program is just lovely, also the chances of filly foal becoming a good mother is much higher then if they were bottle babies? Also, the older Arabian mares stay in shape, taking care of their little ones! ...and they've got something to do instead of just walking around on the field every day, spending their 'last' days...

Our stallion is doing great! He's not only becoming very handsome, also his offspring is stunning!
Unlike 'the big stallions in the big stables', he only has a small crop in the ground yet but all of them are very special, some of them need some time to get there but that's up to the bloodline!
Also the stallion himself only got better by age. And has a pedigree to die for!

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Sofie

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 03:29 AM

:excl: Website updated! :excl: