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Daughters of the Wind: a blog on desert arabian horses, past and present

Daughters of the Wind: a blog on desert arabian horses, past and present

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Mounted archer Katie Morwen Stearns

Mounted archery became a passion for Katie Morwen Stearns, and teaching equestrian martial arts became her equine career and dream job with horses.

*Imamzada Color: b Height: 15.2H GSB*193; AHR#210  Bred by Miss Ethlered Dillon, England. (GSB gives Lord Arthur Cecil, England, as breeder)  1905 Imported to USA by Spencer Borden, Fall River, Massachusetts.  Died in 1920.  Strain: Kuhaylan Nuwaq

*Imamzada Color: b Height: 15.2H GSB*193; AHR#210 Bred by Miss Ethlered Dillon, England. (GSB gives Lord Arthur Cecil, England, as breeder) 1905 Imported to USA by Spencer Borden, Fall River, Massachusetts. Died in 1920. Strain: Kuhaylan Nuwaq

Learn how to repair your home's plumbing drainage and ventilation issues. Odor, gurgling, and slow drainage can be repaired easily!

Buy plumbing and drawings, construction still life by on PhotoDune. plumbing and drawings are on the desktop, workspace engineer

Horse Care and Nutrition with Futurity Champion Brandon Cullins

Horse Care and Nutrition with Futurity Champion Brandon Cullins

Charles de Kunffy jumping.  He says that it bothers him quite a bit that dressage and jumping are separate disciplines now, and that there used to be only "good riding" and "bad riding."

He says that it bothers him quite a bit that dressage and jumping are separate disciplines now, and that there used to be only "good riding" and "bad riding.

Bullet Seating & Crimping

Want to save money and shoot more accurately? Reloading your own ammo is the key! We go over all the steps of reloading plus sample setups for all budgets.

Nuno Oliveira

“The talented rider who is tactful will reward the slightest indication of obedience on the part of his horse, who will then respond calmly, confidently and pleasurably to any further demand.

"Training a horse is above all feeling and trying, according to what you feel, to help the horse and not to force him." - dressage master Nuno Oliveira

"Training a horse is above all feeling and trying, according to what you feel, to help the horse and not to force him." - Nuno Oliveira, one of Dressage's masters

Queen of Sheba, Beteyen's mare, bred in the desert and imported by the Blunts to the Crabbet Stud.

Queen of Sheba, Beteyen's mare, bred in the desert and imported by the Blunts to the Crabbet Stud.