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Am a long time horse lover and former owner a TN Walker, Walkaloosa, and a crop out Paint.. Lived on 2 horse farms--Walking Horse and cutting Quarter Horse (with one part arab). Editor of local Arab newsletter. Been to the Egyptian Event and Nat'l show. Professional horse pedigree researcher.
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If you are an owner or breeder of Straight Egyptian Arabians, this is the place for you to share your triumphs, ask questions, and brag about your horses accomplishments.  Maybe you need help or are willing to be a mentor for those like me that are fairly new at breeding these very special horses.  …
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Among the total horse population of the world, it is estimated that Arabians comprise only 2% and Straight Egyptians are only 2.5% of all Arabians. The Straight Egyptian Arabian, rare, precious and eternal....... Here at Agate Desert Arabians in Southern Oregon, it's not the quantity but the quality of the foals that dictates the breeding program. Selective breeding with a goal of producing a few exceptional foals that are not only beautiful, graceful and agile but ones that are strong and versatile. While the Egyptian is the love of my life, the Arabian horse in general has also been a part of my life and there are always those exceptional examples which makes a valuable contribution to the Arabian as a breed. My focus is on the SE, but I also I believe that all Arabians, regardless of their origin or strain, are wondrous creatures and although I do not inter-breed types, I do appreciate each with it's unique attributes and contribution to the Arabian world. So, from time to time, Arabians from other lines, find their way to me and will be offered for sale.
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