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Jan 24 2019

(Deutsch) Die Rossebändiger in Stuttgart

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Oct 25 2018

(Deutsch) Pierre-Nicolas Hamont – Die Gestüte der Paschas

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Sep 24 2018

(Deutsch) König Wilhelm und seine Katharina

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Jan 05 2018

(Deutsch) Jacob Noa Epp – Der Muselmann aus Schwaben

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Sep 03 2017

(Deutsch) “Königliche Pferde” – Resultat einer Sammelleidenschaft

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Jan 11 2017

Merchant and Breeder – Baron von Fechtig (II)

One name pops up again and again, when it comes to the foundation horses of European Arabian horse breeding: Baron von Fechtig. But he did not only import horses, he maintained a stud over many years, where he bred “pure Arabian horses”. Unfortunately, hardly any horse of his breeding can be found in the pedigrees …

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Oct 01 2016

Merchant and Breeder – Baron von Fechtig

One name pops up again and again, when it comes to the foundation horses of European Arabian horse breeding: Baron von Fechtig. But actually, there is little known about this illustrious merchant, who imported Original Arabs from the Orient, that have decisively influenced many European Studs at the beginning of the 19th century.

Basically, Baron …

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Mar 02 2016

Gloomy Prospects

Walking down the tree-lined avenue towards the iconic Clock-tower stable in Janow Podlaski, you breathe history. I’ve always loved to be here as I love both Arabian horses and history, and especially the history of Arabian horse breeding. Right now, we are witnessing another chapter in Arabian horse history unfolding – but I would rather …

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Dec 30 2015

Turcmainatti – National Arabian or Turkmen?

Until the beginning of the 19th century, Arabian horses were rather rare in European stables, and more often than not, they actually were Oriental horses or originating from the fringes of the Arabian Peninsula, e.g. from Persia, Turkey or maybe even South Russia or Turkestan. Apart from that, the various authors had different definitions about …

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Oct 14 2015

The Horse of the Mamluk Sheikh – Tajar “Hunyady”

The fleabitten grey Tajar (the Flying, the Fast in Arabic) was one of the most important Arabian stallions imported at the beginning of the 19th century to Hungary, for which reason the Hungarian Arabian Horse Breeders Association has chosen this stallion as its emblem.

The fleabitten grey Tajar (the Flying, the Fast in Arabic) …

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