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FEATURE: It Takes Two

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Feature: Raeme's Magiciann

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Breed Show Results - 2007

Good Things Come In Pairs

WBFSH 2007

Junior Jumper's Success

Anglo Wins AHA Endurance Championship


Obit: Toby A. Levy

Anglo Award at Youth & SHN

Eventing Anglos Abroad

"Tango" Update

Champion Anglo Stud Returns

Anglo Rules Pas de Deux

Anglos at Biltmore 50/100 Mile

U.S. Eventers' Anglos

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Anglos All in the Family

Internat'l Endurance AA's

'07 Scottsdale Show





Katy Groesbeck and her mother's homebred 18-year-old Anglo gelding OZ POOF OF PURCHASE (Sidi of Magic x Regalbatim) had a fabulous run at the Twin Rivers 3-Day-Event in California, winning the CCI** MORE


Anglos are running on both coasts this season, giving us lots to cheer for! MORE

A new, free online magazine has been announced, focusing on the Arabian-bred Sport Horse. The first magazine of its kind, submissions of storiies and photos by readers is welcome. Advertising rates are inexpensive and each issue will feature a spotlight on a breeder, trainer, rider and horse of note.

For more information, visit their website HERE.


NAAAHA 2012 National Show Award Winners

The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association recognized the most talented Anglo-Arabians competing at Youth and Sport Horse National Championships again in 2012. NAAAHA has rewarded the top performers since 2007 by presenting the top five horses and riders with embroidered dress sheets, ribbons and trophies. READ MORE

After a brain injury from a riding fall, World Class Endurance rider Meg Wade rides in the Quilty on a chestnut Anglo-Arabian mare "Actress." View story HERE.


The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association recognized the most talented Anglo-Arabians competing at both Youth and Sport Horse National Championships again in 2011. NAAAHA has rewarded the top performers since 2007 by presenting the top five horses and riders with embroidered dress sheets, ribbons and trophies. READ MORE


I am happy to report that Anglo breeders can now import semen from overseas from Thoroughbred and Anglo-Arabian stallions that are registered with an approved foreign source registry. AHA will also allow importation or in-utero importation of Anglos. (REG 106 & 114). READ MORE

Anglos at WEG!

   The Games are here! There are a few Anglos competing for foreign countries and you can read the latest on them right here.


When Fair Oaks, California resident Rita Mason purchased her horse Athena+++// (LS ZaneGrey+// x Little Badger Baby) as a yearling in 1998, she never expected that the grey Anglo Arabian would one day be a Grand Prix dressage horse. However, after many years of hard work, dedication and more than a little hardship, the pair made their Grand Prix debut just a few weeks ago and earned their USDF Gold Medal in just four rides.


Whether you show your Anglo in open or breed shows, in jumpers or conformation, the North American Anglo Arabian Horse Assn. has an awards program for you!

Enroll now and be eligible to win great prizes. The cost is nominal. For more info, visit

For Anglos Only

Visit our Anglo Arabians Channel on YoiuTube to see a great collection of videos featuring the best Anglos in the world. You can also send us videos of your Anglos to add to the collection. CLICK HERE to view.


Follow the results from the US and European eventing world featuring our talented Anglos at all levels. MORE



Wow, these Anglos are AWESOME! The jumper circuit over the pond is chock full of 'em. They know something we don't here in the U.S.? This column will be updated frequently with results, pics and videos.Pictured is Young Rider Champion Nirvana d'Oc. MORE



We regretfully announce the passing of the Anlo-Arabian gelding DIAMOND JIM KELLY on May 10. Our condolencces go out to owners Lisa & Miranda Kuchera, trainer Beth Thomas and the entire Stone Hollow family.

From Beth: "He just turned 10 a couple of weeks ago, 16.2 Anglo gelding (Wildcat Kelly X Jamies Intent) A character, full of curiosity and zest for life. Smart, easy to teach, quick to learn and loved to jump. He did his flat work nicley but when pointed to jumps, his ears perked, and he relaxed into the successful working hunter he was. He earned his Legion of Honor last year and was only 1 point away from Legion of Merit. he had earned USEF HOTY awards, numerous championships at A shows, Regional Top 5's and National Top 10's in working hunter and sport horse. He garnered some Year End awards from the National Anglo Arabian Horse Association and the VA ARabian Horse Association. He brought delight to his owner and she and he learned and grew together into a team to be reckoned with. Despite the efforts of the good people at the University of PA's New Bolton Center, he had to be euthanized this morning due to the complications of EPM. Run free big horse!"

Lovely tribute by Kara Hite:


The AHA Horse of the Year for 2009, ONE MORE ROUND++//, is bred and owned by Bill Doughty and ridden by his wife, Alexis Starer-Doughty. Owners of Bayview Farm in Cape Charles, Virginia, this young couple has become a real force in the Arabian sport horse world.

“Rudy” as he is known, is a 2004 Anglo Arabian gelding, sired by the Arabian Al Jassur Laddin (Al Irhad Laddin+ x Somkindawonderful), bred by Odell Casteel and owned by Jean Jackson. He is a Regional Champion Sport Horse Stallion with outstanding movement, who was gelded in 2005. READ MORE

The Anglo gelding SNOOZE ALARM has passed the first vet check in Lexington. The very first Anglo to ever compete at the 4 Star 3-Day Eventt, Lauren and Snooze will be watched closely. The event is being carried on Universal Sports with a live feed all four days.

Updates & Videos HERE.

ATHENA+++/, a 1997 Anglo-Arabian Mare ( by LS ZANE GREY+// out of LITTLE BADGER BABY) owned by Rita Mason of Fair Oaks, CA, has been named the Arabian Horse Association's 2009 Ambassador Award winner. READ MORE

Anglo-Arabians seem to have dominated the USEF Standings again in 2009 in the sport disciplines! The gelding ONE MORE ROUND brought home the BREEDER OF THE YEAR and OWNER OF THE YEAR honors for Bill Doughty in addition to winning the HALF/ANGLO ARABIAN GRAND CHAMPION trophy! READ MORE



The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association ( recently announced their year end award winners for 2009. Horse of the Year (pictured) was the gelding One More Round bred by Bill Doughty and ridden by Alexis Starer-Doughty. READ MORE

Anglos at Sport Horse Nationals numbered close to 20 in 2009 and accounted for 6 National Championships, 5 Reserve Championships and 24 Top Tens! The North American Anglo Arabian Assoc ( rewarded the Top Five Anglos there for the third year in a row. READ MORE

The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association (NAAAHA) sponsored their third High Point Championship Awards at the Youth National Championship Show.

FF IRISH VODKA+++// (Pri Ibn Masriyyah x Jennifers Winner) was Supreme Champion Anglo-Arabian. This Anglo gelding won a Reserve Champion in Training Level Dressage 14-17 and Hunter Hack. In addition, he won a Top Ten in First Level Dressage, Hunt Seat Equitation Under Saddle 14-17 and Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences with owner/rider Collier McLeod. MORE


The all Anglo Arabian team of Frederiic Bousquet has blown away the competition this spring in France by winning at Pau AND Saumur! This victory is a great warm up for the World Championships in August in Hungary. READ MORE

Although this story begins with a girl and an Arabian stallion named Aazrak, pictured above, their mark on the Anglo-Arabian breed in the US is indelible. (You can read the back story HERE)

The first, and certainly not the least, of Aazrak’s Anglo-Arabian offspring was Arzab, a gelding foaled in 1965 out of a Thoroughbred mare named Fable-Lass. Arzab placed quite a bit in halter classes as a two year-old, and Ann started him out in baby hunter classes after she had him going under saddle. She had become interested in Combined Training and Dressage but hadn’t had an opportunity yet to take any lessons in either. READ MORE HERE


Registration Amnesty July 1- Dec. 31, 2009 - During the April meeting of Arabian Horse Assn. Registration Commission meeting, it was decided to hold an amnesty for the registration of both purebred Arabian and Half/Anglo-Arabians for horses 24 months and older. This amnesty begins on July 1st and runs until Dec. 31, 2009. The paper work must be started during that time to take advantage of the price reductions. For purebred Arabians, the price went from $350/375 to $250/275 for members/non-members respectively. The price for Half/Anglo-Arabians went from $115/140 to $75/$100 for members/non-members respectively. Don't miss out on the opportunity to register your older horses. If you know of folks that have unregistered horses, please let them know of this opportunity.

Jockey Club Offers Free Thoroughbred Identification Service - The Jockey Club has established a free service to help owners identify tattooed but unidentified Thoroughbreds in their possession. For legible tattoos, an owner can use a free tattoo lookup feature available from The Jockey Club's Web site and the Registry homepage. For illegible or partial tattoos, customer service representatives from the Registry will provide free research of a Thoroughbred's identity using the information contained in The Jockey Club's database, including color, markings, and photographs.

Information on procuring identification from illegible or partial tattoos, as well as tips for reading lip tattoos and a list of frequently asked questions is available at

"We hope that Tattoo Identification Services will be a valuable tool for individuals and organizations seeking to retire, re-train and find suitable homes for Thoroughbred racehorses when their racing careers are over," said Matt Iuliano, vice president of registration services for The Jockey Club. "We view this as an adjunct to our recently implemented checkoff program, and as a service to both the horses and the people who care for them."

This service will help Anglo owners and breeders to identify and obtain registration papers for the TB mares and stallions in their breeding programs.

Check out the US and international event scene by visiting our EVENT NEWS page. We update it as results come in!

Pictured is ILOT DU GRAND VAL (50%), who competed successfully at Badminton this year.






Check out the winners of the first annual NORTH AMERICAN ANGLO-ARABIAN HORSE ASSN. Year End Awards!

The results are posted HERE.



Points for 2008 are final! Check the list of Anglos that won National Awards in 2008 on the Horse Show News Page and the Dressage News page.




Only a few Anglos starting in the annual World Young Horse Championships at Le Lion d'Angers, in France in October, but they did their breed proud.
This year 22 nations were present at the World Championships. The Eastern countries were present once again with Russia, the Ukraine, Poland, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Lithuania. The Antipodes are also represented by New Zealand and Australia, as well as Northern Europe with Sweden, Finland and Denmark. Germany is present, as well as Austria and Switzerland. The Belgian, Dutch, British and Irish flags will be flying over the Isle-Briand estate. MORE

Despite two jumping rails down Britain's William Fox-Pitt won the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials on his anglo-arab gelding Tamarillo yesterday, and finished second on his other mount, Ballincoola.
"This is a very emotional result for me," Fox-Pitt said. "Tam has been a fantastic horse for me - to win Badminton four years ago and at the age of 16 win here is very special." MORE

In addition to the North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association (NAAAHA) sponsoring their second High Pont Championship Awards this year, our coverage also includes videos, results for the 21 Anglos that were entered, and videos! MORE


As we gear up for Sport Horse Nationals,with a record 21 Anglos entered, our Anglos did extremely well at Canadian Nationals in August. BEYTHOVEN (Bey Oro x Run Really Run) was Champion in HA/AA Working Hunter, HA/AA Working Hunter JT 17 & Under, and Equitation 17 & Under; Reserve Champion in Hunter Hack and Top Ten in HA/AA Working Hunter AT & AAOTR and SHUS Open and ATR. FF IRISH VODKA+++// was Champion Working Hunter AT, SHUS Open and ATR, and Top Ten in Hunter Hack and Training Level Dressage.. COPPERS ROCKY MOUNTAIN+/ was Top Ten in Training and First Level Dressage.



Representing China is the Anglo PIROSCHKA, who earned a 62.708 in Grand Prix Dressage - 41st Place.


France and Ireland have sent 2 Anglos each to represent their countries in Eventing. France's two are AAC's (less than 25% but more than 12.5% Arabian blood) Haston d' Elpégère (13.79%) (Garitchou x Miss France II), and Coronado Prior (24.92%) (Tassili d'El x La Louvie). Ireland's Anglos are Hobby Du Mee (59.71%) and alternate Hyanie D'Aubrie (39.47%). All were bred in France. Katrin Norling of Sweden is competing on Pandora and Alex Hua Tian of China on the German-bred Chico (Carrius I).MORE




Read more about our hotly contested awards at Youth Nationals. Pictured here are 2 of the Top Five winner, FOREIGN POLICY+/ and MP MURRAYS LAW+. Full story HERE.

Willis and Karin Foley of Solar Hill Sport Horses have generously donated a 2007 Anglo-Arabian colt, "SH Deseo," to be raffled off as a benefit to the SHN Payback Program. Sired by the Arabian Stallion CW SOXX and out of Thoroughbred HIPS AND HAWS, this colt shows great promise as a sport horse. Tickets are $50 each or 5 for $200. More info HERE.

The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association (NAAAHA) will again be honoring Anglo-Arabian horses competing at Youth Nationals and Sport Horse Nationals in 2008. The Top Five winning Anglos in all classes at each show will be awarded an embroidered cooler and neck ribbon, with a gold trophy also going to the Supreme Champions.

NAAAHA has also implemented a High Point Program for Anglo-Arabians that compete in Working Hunter, Jumper, Eventing., Dressage, Sport Horse Under Saddle, Conformation, Endurance and Competitive Trail. All shows/rides whether rated or unrated will count towards these awards. Details are posted on the website. Registration is required to participate.

Sponsorships of these awards are available and are tax-deductible, as NAAAHA is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. Current sponsors include AHA Region 2, The Hat Lady,, The Inverted Y Anglos, Starstruck Farms, Greenbriar Farm, Herbst Farms and Bowman Sport Horses.

You can visit NAAAHA’s website, for more information, or call (410) 823-5579.


Anglo Arabs are making headlines all over the world in Eventing, including being ranked second by the WBFSH!

With high placings at prestigious events in Badminton, Pau, and Saumur, Anglos are certain to remain highly ranked throughout 2008. Read More HERE

The British Equestrian Team has announced that William Fox-Pitt will be representing Britain at the Olympics in Beijing on Mary Guinness' Anglo-Arabian Tamarillo.This will be the pair's second Olympic competition, having won Team Silver in Athens in 2004.

A winner at Badminton in 2004 and a member of the Silver Medal team at the World Equestrian Games in 2006, Tamarillo and Fox-Pitt have been a force to be reckoned with in internation level eventing. Tamarillo finished 2nd at the Badminton CCI**** in other runs there in 2002 and 2005;. They were also Individual Silver and Team Gold in the 2005 European Championships and Team Bronze in the 2002 WEG. This pair has been competing together since 2002.

Read More HERE.


A new program has been developed to provide prize money for exhibitors at Sport Horse Nationals. Stallion owners are donating breedings to their champion or champion-producing horses which are being sold at half-price.

All registered offspring of enrolled stallions are eligible for the SHN Payback Program throughout their lives. Arabian and non-Arabian sires may enroll. Visit the SHN Payback website at for more information.

UPDATE: 12 May - Over $35,000 Has been raised so far, with over 180 stallions enrolled. As far as records indicate, there will be SIX Anglo-Arabian foals from these breedings: Showkayce, ShowGun PGN, Post Exchange, Signal Bey, Baladin d'Oc and Out Til Midnight.

Eventing, the equine equivalent of a triathlon, is the most highly demanding discipline in which a horse can compete. The finesse of dressage, the power, scope and strength of cross country and stadium jumping - this is no sport for mediocrity. Horse and rider teams spend many years developing their skills and the sense of trust necessary for them to be successful.

When the Kieffers gave their daughter Lauren riding lessons at the age of 6, little did they know what a life-changing experience they were embarking on. Like most un-horsey families, they figured that the lessons would give their little girl an important set of skills. MORE

The final standings for the 2007 USEF Awards have been announced and include more than a few Anglo-Arabians amongst them. HALF/ANGLO ARABIAN BREEDER OF THE YEAR is Laura J. Wood of Brooksville, Florida, a long time Anglo breeder and exhibitor. Laura was also second place for HALF/ANGLO ARABIAN OWNER OF THE YEAR, with Anglo owner Alexis Starer of Cape Charles, VA in fourth place. MORE

The Old Dominion One Day 100 Mile Endurance Ride - A Life Changing Experience

On June 9, 2007 I mounted my 14-year-old Anglo-Arab gelding Raeme's Magiciann and set out on what would be our biggest challenge in endurance riding since we became a team.   The dream of completing the Old Dominion 1-day 100 mile ride was now four years old and all the conditioning, all the planning and all the strategies were now behind us as we looked out over the starting line.   MORE

Pictured left to right: Top Five Foreign Policy, Cylent Kysses, Res. Champion Touch of Vanity and Champion Soleya. Photo by Don Stine.

The Canadian mare SOLEYA++++// (Soldat x Kellys Best) earned Supreme Champion Anglo-Arabian Sport Horse honors thanks to her winning the Reserve Supreme Champion SHIH, in addition to winning National Champion in SHIH Mares Open and ATH and Top Tens in SHUS Open and HA/AA Dressage First and Second Levels. Soleya++++// was shown by Todd Ehret and new owners Lorna and Jeannie Harron.

Rounding out the Top Five Anglo-Arabian Sport Horse Awards was Patricia Seale's CYLENT KYSSES++++// (MM Cylent Flyer++// x Susie's Magic). This 1998 mare earned five Top Ten Titles - SHIH Open and ATR, SH Show Hack and HA/AA Dressage Training and First Level. She was shown by both her owner and Clare Morrow.

Kaylan Herbst and her mare, FOREIGN POLICY+/ (Daalim El Nefous x Pretty Policy) earned three Top Tens in Working Hunter ATR and Hunter Hack Open and ATR.

R JAY BAKARO (Emkay Bakaro x Elexe Joy) and Allan Ehrlick were also awarded the Top Five for the Anglo-Arabian Sport Horse Award with a Top Ten in Working Hunter AAOTR.

The winners all received beautiful neck sashes and embroidered dress sheets, with Champion receiving a gold trophy cup as well. Prizes were donated by the North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association ( and owners and breeders of Anglo-Arabians to recognize these athletes' accomplishments.

Sport Horse Nationals was the scene of Anglo-Arabians shining in these disciplines as usual, among some of the stiffest competition on the continent!

Perennial favorite SOLEYA was named Reserve Supreme Champion SHIH, in addition to winning Champion in SHIH Mares Open and ATH and Top Tens in SHUS Open and HA/AA Dressage First and Second Levels. She also earned Supreme Champion Anglo-Arabian Sport Horse. MORE

The 50th Anniversary of Canadian Nationals proved very lucrative to the Anglo Arabians competing there.   A total of 7 Championships and 4 Reserves and several Top Tens were earned by these animals. MORE

The fantastic new Supreme Champion Anglo-Arabian Award at Youth Nationals, sponsored by the North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association (NAAAHA) was a HUGE success. MORE

The Arabian Horse Association has announced that internet voting will be utilized this year to elect Committee heads. In order to be eligible, you must first be an AHA member, and a member of the Committee for 2007 and 2008 that you wish to vote on. (To join a committee, log in to the members only area, click on MEMBERS INFO on left menu, then click on COMMITTEE SIGN-UP.) You must sign up by SEPTEMBER 4, 2007. MORE

We found Ace of Spades +++// quietly living his life in a pasture at an eventing barn in Colorado. He was 10 years old and had never been shown anywhere. His owner was going off to college and her trainer had heard I was looking for a registered Half or Anglo Arabian for a client. We bought him off a video and had him shipped to Arizona. He arrived with a nasty skin fungus and an even worse respiratory infection. We were madly in love with him anyway. After some recovery time, and a few months tune-up and fitness work, he has never looked back. At 15 he hasn't been sick a day in his life since. MORE



The World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses has posted their rankings for the first half of the competition year from 10/1/06 to 5/31/07. In Eventing, the Anglo-Arabian is ranked third overall, with 24 individual horses making the list. Jumpers listed three Anglos so far. MORE


Ryan Sassmannhausen of Illinois has spent the first half of 2007 accruing a myriad of successes in Junior Jumpers on his mother's French Anglo-Arabian gelding Aume De La Lande (Jalienny {AA} x Mlle de le Lande {AA}). Currently ranked 32nd in the USEF National Junior Jumper Standings, this pair recently finished 12th of 43 entries in the $10,000 Wachovia Seciurities Low Jr/Adult Jumper Classic at Showplace Spring Classic.

After competing in Europe with Henri and Katie Prudent, Aume was imported to the US by Cara Raether and Trelawny Farm, before being purchased by the Sassmannhausens in 2006. Ryan competes in Medals, High Junior Jumpers and Low Juniors and is always in the money.

Suzanne Hayes and her 7 year old Anglo-Arabian gelding RS Silverado (Ryen x Lukes Bid {TB}) won the AHA National Championship in the 50-Mile Endurance Ride held June 9 and 10 at Fort Howes in Ashland, MT. In addition to their Championship, Suzanne and this outstanding Anglo-Arabian were named Best Conditioned. More to follow...

New Organizations Of Interest

There are two new organizations that are of interest to Anglo-Arabian owners and breeders. The North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association ( is a group dedicated to promoting and recognizing the accomplishments of Anglo-Arabians in North America. Membership and Sponsorship information, plus merchandise are available on their website.

The Arabian-Bred Hunter/Jumper Association ( will offer AHA affiliation and strive towards improving and expanding Hunter and Jumper divisions and promoting those that compete in them. Their website boasts a Photo Gallery and Classified Ads in addition to information about their group.


Toby Ann Levy, 60, of Middlebrook, VA, died peacefully Tuesday, June 6, 2007 at Augusta Medical Center. Toby was born April 23, 1947 in San Francisco, CA, the daughter of the late Sumner and Elizabeth (Hobbs) Levy.

She was a member of the Middlebrook Hounds Hunt Club and fox hunted throughout the United States, England, Ireland and Scotland. She was first introduced to foxhunting at Woodbrook Hunt Club in Tacoma, WA but throughout her life she was a dedicated horsewoman. Other passions included show jumping and competing sidesaddle. Among her many achievements, she was awarded several National Championships in the early 1980’s on her quality Anglo-Arabian’s under the Abbas Arabians name, Abbas Twaz Genesis, Abbas Leviticus, Abbas Twaz Persis and others that she bred and raised. MORE

After the 2007 Sport Horse and Youth National Championships, there will be an award for the High-Point registered Anglo-Arabian horse and additional Top 5, donated by Anglo breeders, owners and enthusiasts. This is in conjunction with the formation of a North American Anglo-Arabian Horse Association (NAAAHA) whose goal is to unite Anglo breeders thoughout North America and to promote the breed in all endeavors where the Anglo-Arabian excels. MORE

UPDATED 6/24/07 - The 2007 AHA shows have spotlighted Anglo-Arabians in the Sport Horse disciplines again. The recent Region 11 Championships featured Anglos that captured five Championships! Foreign Policy + and Kaylan Herbst were Champion in Working Hunter AOTR, and SHUS ATR; Reserve Champion in Hunter Hack and Top Five in Training Level Dressage AOTR. Kathleen Cannon and DW Raven +++// earned Champions in Working Hunter Open, Hunter Hack and SHIH Geldings; Reserve in Working Hunter AOTR and Top Five in SHUS Open.. MORE


The Anglos overseas are racking up successful runs on the world's most prestigious event courses, earning them a Fourth Place ranking worldwide as a breed, with 35 Anglo-Arabian horses making the list.

Hobby du Mee (Fayriland II {AA} x Patience {AA}) with Ireland's Austin O'Connor finished 21st at Badminton out of 100 entries. (Photo right) MORE

Tango Las Marismas, the brave palomino Anglo-Arabian gelding that carried Taylor Bland to a historic victory at the 2006 FEI Children's Final, is proudly offered for sale by owner Las Marismas Sporthorses, a training business with bases in Canada and the Dominican Republic. MORE



Big congratulations to Krowchuk Dressage students; Donna Barnes on her Black Purebred Arabian gelding Serr Rafiq and Debi Gilbert on her Black Anglo-Arabian gelding Prince Bashir (Black Storm x Princess Nicole {TB}) This wonderful team won the 2006 USDF (United States Dressage Federation) Pas de Deux National Level Award, besting teams of all breeds. Once again, good solid basics, hard work and determination has proven that the Arabian breed is quite capable in open all breed competition! (Full story soon)

Two-time U.S.National Champion Post Exchange +// (Sunset Enzio x Reregret-TB) has returned to the East Coast after being leased in the midwest for nearly 2 years. Still a youngster at 24, Post Exchange will be standing at Apex Arabians in Houston, Delaware, available for both live cover and shipped semen. The decision to lease him was made after his long-time owner and rider was injured in 2004. MORE


The Biltmore Equestrian Center, located on the grounds of George Vanderbilt’s historic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC, hosted the fourteenth annual Biltmore Challenge Endurance Ride on May 5, 2007. Two distances were offered: 50 miles and 100 miles. The Biltmore Challenge also hosted team competitions, open to all riders within the 100-mile and 50-mile AERC competitions. MORE

The 2007 U. S. Eventing Association season is off to a great start for Anglo-Arabian competitors. Below you will find results of these terrific athletes' season thus far. MORE

Doha, QATAR - The French bred Anglo-Arabian gelding Khanjer Black (Khanjer Joli {AA} x Black Pearl {AA}) brought home to Japan the Indivdual Gold Medal in Eventing at the 2006 Asian Games in December. Ridden by Yoshiaki Oiwa, Asia's top event rider, Khanjer Black beat 32 starters to earn the honor. MORE


The Anglo-Arabian geldings Oz Poof of Purchase (12 yrs), Oz the Tin Man (10 yrs), and Oz Magic Act (8 yrs) are full brothers, bred and raised by Teresa Groesbeck of Cedarhaven Performance Horses in Wilton, California.   Out of Regalbatim (Regalberto x Vowel), a Thoroughbred mare Teresa bought at auction off the track, and by the Arabian stallion, Sidi of Magic (*Sidi-Brahim x Fadjurs Magic), who was owned and shown by both Teresa and her husband, Jim, these three brothers all share their parents' combined athleticism and excellent dispositions. MORE


Although purebred Arabians have long dominated the sport of endurance riding worldwide, Anglo-Arabians have also made a name for themselves on the international level as well as in North America. Several have recently placed well in prestigious international competi-tions, demonstrating again the versatile, athletic talents of this breed. MORE


The Anglo-Arabians did a fabulous job in February at the Scottsdale All-Arabian show. Anglos seriously dominated the Dressage, Sport Horse and Working Hunter divisions. MORE




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