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Breeding Arabians and Welara ponies
Posted by Galen McBride on 4/13/2003, 10:59 am
I'd like to introduce myself and my farm, Rainbow's End Arabian Sport Horses and Welara Ponies, in Culpeper, VA. I've been a breeder, Arabian historian, researcher, and freelance writer for nearly 40 years. My purebred Arabians are all fundamentally Crabbet-bred Arabians, crossed with select Polish, Babson, and modern Egyptian lines. Because of my interest in genetics and livestock breeding, I've chosen to focus much of my program on black Arabian sport horses, competing in dressage, hunter-jumper, cross-country, western reining, and endurance. In addition, each year, I breed two or three of my Arabian mares to internationally recognized imported Welsh champion stallions. These, and some of my young purebred Arabian stock, are occasionally available to loving homes where they will be properly cared for and appreciated. In 2003, we are standing a black-factored, steel grey, 14.2 hand, homebred stallion, RE Amiraude, who is more than 50% Crabbet-bred. All of our breeding stock has been tested by VetGen, and is certified SCID-clear. We can be reached at our website, www.rainbowsendarabians.com, by email, or by telephone at (540) 727-8408.
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