4 edition of Drinkers of the wind found in the catalog.
|Statement||Carl Raswan Memorial Trust|
|Publishers||Carl Raswan Memorial Trust|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Late entries are not accepted. He's got frozen semen from several stallions, including Monarch AH "the Secretariat of Arabian racing", with 19 wins - 13 of them stakes races - in 23 starts, and who traces back to Sabellina and Forta on his topsideand Samsheik a 5-season racehorse tracing back to Forta and Sabellina through his sire Sambor - a full brother to Sabson.
That horse Tezan, he just took care of me. "On our first CTR, we got second place and Best Condition. The program depends solely on the generosity of owners, riders, breeders and other enthusiasts of the Desert Arabian. To contact Archie and find out more about his available horses, see• And you're breeding her to a stallion that's got Sabellina in him? " And while Sabson had proven his athleticism and versatility, Arabian show breeders didn't really fancy him.
I couldn't override him because he wouldn't let me.
Many detractors were influencial, powerful people. What would happen I wonder if those two had offspring?! For months, they might be fed on nothing but camel's milk and crushed dates, enduring forced marches over burning, barren landscapes, only to be asked to summon the courage and energy to race into battle.
I took it, placed in under glass.
While "Drinkers of the Wind" was less controversial, efforts were made to keep this fine history of North African Bedouins off of the market.
"Listening to his friend talk about the endurance rides made Archie want to try the sport," says Helen, "and another friend who worked at the ski shop got him Tezan, Archie's first endurance horse.
"Breeding Arabians is my passion," Archie says, as he launches into the detailed bloodlines of a particularly impressive month-old colt born to a home-bred mare DWA Croix Blanche and by the legendary racing and breeding stallion Monarch AH.
Their heads are finely chiseled and their faces dished; widely spaced cheekbones, sometimes called jowls, sweep into a muzzle said to be delicate enough to drink from a teacup.
Other than the battle scene, a dead horse, and an amputation, it seems more like a YA book.