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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    5 months ago
    WE have inherited an Arabian named Imperial Baraffi. Does he have connection to the Imperial bloodlines on your website. We also have  daughters of Imperial Barrafi our of the mares Alfaya Kamar and Ansata Jalala. Would Love more information to get them placed in an Arabian facility. . Thanks, Deborah
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 months ago
    Hi! I am working a garage sale and found an 11x14 photo of Al Marah Jolly Rancher. I'd be happy to send it to you if you'd like. Text me at 314-308-2055
  • 1 year 10 months ago
    Hello Hypoint. Thank you so much for this website.

    I have a couple golf questions if you don't mind me asking.

    I am trying to find photos of a polish mare called Caapri. I don't suppose you may have any do you?

    Many thanks
  • Natasha (Private)
    1 year 11 months ago
    MY BERRY BASK #595085
    Do you know any info on her. I worked with BB when I was 16 and in highschool. I'd LOVE to get an update on her she was my barn favorite!!! Thank you so much!!!
  • 1 year 11 months ago
    I have a large framed photo of AHC Errazon #232523 and love it. Just wanting to find information about the horse in the picture now in my living room!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 years ago
    I found my old mare here but with no picture. Calabaska is her name and she would be 29. I have many pictures of her. How do I upload them?
  • Tanya (Private)
    2 years ago
    Hi!

    I have been searching for a mare I used to own and found her picture on this site! Her name is LJ Mecca Sassykat; she would be 16 years old now. I have been unable to find any information about where she might be now. I looked her up in the Arabian database, and she is still registered in my (previous) name! Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for a wonderful site,
    Tanya
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 years ago
    I will find a picture of Masada el bayad. He was at a farm where I got my Arab in Vt.  
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 years ago
    Looking for pics of Gazon in the 70s -80s at the Burton Arabian Farm in Rice Lake , Wis
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 years 1 month ago
    I have photos of Startip horses, as I'm the owner/founder of Startip Arabian Ranch in Valley Center, Calif.
    One of the mares, Startip Muzaltafa, is missing a photo, as well as others.  If you would like one, let me know.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 years 4 months ago
    THANK YOU FOR THIS SITE. So many historical photo sites for Arabians have closed. This is priceless.  
  • Hickarosa United States (Private)
    2 years 9 months ago
    hi
    I was looking at the site for naborr.I happen to own Azh Naborr Naborr and two of his sons which is the great grandget to Naborr.I am also looking to sell the 2 if anyone would be interested 1 is gelded the other is still a stallion.
  • Sara (Private)
    2 years 9 months ago
    Could anyone tell me what happened to a stallion by the name of SX Cantraz bay 1971 (Serafix & Caliope)? I knew him as a 4-5 yr old when he was in Wyatt, IN. I would like to know where he stood stud for most of his life, when he died and how.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 years 10 months ago
    The Phoenician, also sired Faenician, bred w Audra (dam)who sired my baby BookerT, he was a gelding when i got him in 1985 as a 4yr old, he was the bestest friend in the whole world!! Had to put him down in jan (bad colic) 2006, worst day of my life.
  • Bruce Hood (Private)
    2 years 10 months ago
    In 1983 Dr. Waggoner hired me to ride his famous Arabian Stallion "Selmian"... who the Doctor called "The old gentleman", in order to keep this great horse well exercised and used to regular social handling.  As an 18 year old High School boy in Roswell, New Mexico, I had been recommended to the Doctor by Stable Director Marion Bridges, at
    New Mexico Military Institute. ( I had assisted Sgt. Bridges in keeping the NMMI Polo pony stable excercised and schooled after he had seen me ride in local rodeos..)  I remember Dr. Waggoner and his family fondly, and of course, many happy afternoons riding " the old gentleman"...truly a wonderful experience.  Now, at age 79, I realize how lucky I was to have had the experience of working with one of the great Crabbet Stud stallions.