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    Keepsake V (Huckleberry Bey x Khemadera) A 1983 Arabian mare who was U.S. National Champion mare along with producing two Dams of Distinction and her dam line goes to the legendary Crabbet mare Queen Of Sheba.

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Kajora (Kaborr x Edjora) A 1979 Arabian mare who was U.S. National Champion mare as well as being the dam of the super sire Gazal Al Shaqab.

mare at sunset by Cristina Mecklenfeld-Corduneanu

Mirage V++++// 2001 Arabian Stallion (Desperado V x Misti V, Bravado Bey V)

GypsyMareStudios This photo was taken on September 11, 2012 in Homeville, Cochranville, PA, US, using a Canon EOS REBEL T3i.

Someday that will be me on my majestic paint, riding through a ring, battling for the crown, and buckle!

TC Bey Cedar, a black Arabian stallion who played Al Hattal in Hidalgo. I met him in person and he was a very sweet, calm horse!

Ansata Ibn Sudan (Ansata Ibn Halima x Ansata Bint Mabrouka) A 1965 Egyptian Arabian stallion who was U.S. National Champion Halter Stallion.

Hey, next time ASK first! (Love the look on the mare's face!)

Halter champion Arabian mare, S Justadream. With the richest influence on world history of all breeds, and going back 4500 years, the Arabian remains the most popular horse in the world today. It is utterly distinctive in appearance, anatomy, endurance and versatility. It is so uniquely useful, its bloodlines are found in almost every modern breed of riding horse.

Arabian mare, Majeeda. Oh, btw, this is a scale model. Painted by Jen Kroll. Uncanny realism...

I chose the picture of these horses because I LOVE horseback riding, and I chose one of European horses because the horse I ride is a European breed (named Diva).

Omg love these Arabians! #arabians #photography ~ Gorgeous horse and PHOTO, the grey and back against the green behind and the purple flowers in front is a knockout!