Gudrun Waiditschka

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Arabische Pferde 2/2015 als Download

Aus dem Inhalt: Gestüt Michalow – Wo Champions geboren werden (von Izabella Zawadzka) ZSAA-Körung Alsfeld 2015 – Und wo sind die Araber? (von Gudrun Waiditschka) Araber als Veredler – über den “Umweg” Partbred? Interview mit Ahmed Al Samarraie Berichte & Ergebnisse der Schauen Berlin und Wels (von K. Burkardt und G. Waiditschka) Nachruf Izabella Zawadzka …

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Mosri Al Dahab with double stallion performance test

At the end of the 2019 tournament year, the purebred Arabian stallion Mosri Al Dahab (Dahab / Mosila) *2004 passed his second stallion performance test. Already in 2011 he completed the performance test in endurance riding under his then rider Katharina Dorn. In 2016 he participated in the stallion licensing and left the course in …

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Al Ashar – The Jack of all Trades

Our readers voted – Al Ashar is Arabian of the Year 2019 He really is a great guy, Al Ashar, regardless of whether in jumping, in dressage, in eventing, in breeding, as a reliable teacher, or simply a guy “to fall in love with”. He is an Arabian as in the book. After all, aren’t …

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Search for Traces on a Genetic Level

In recent years, the horse genome has been examined with new genetic analysis methods. The result was some new knowledge about the family tree of our horses, their domestication, the “grand sires” and “grand dams” of all domestic horses, the origin of the breeds and much more. The Eurasian Steppes, the area of domestication of …

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NK Hafid Jamil 1996 – 2020

NK Hafid Jamil (Ibn Nejdy / Helala) *1996 photo: Arlette Studer Breeders of Straight Egyptians mourn the stallion NK Hafid Jamil, who died at the age of 24. Born in 1996 in the stud of Dr. Hans-Joachim Nagel, he represented for many the ideal of the “Egyptian”, in particular he embodied the “Nagel look” to …

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Growing-up to be a Race Horse

In Russia, purebred Arabians are racing already as two-year-olds. This is seen very critical in Western Europe, although hardly anyone really knows much about it. We talked to Olga Birukova, breeding manager at Tersk Stud, about rearing, training and racing Arabian horses in Russia. Historical Background It was not before the end of the 19th …

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Mission accomplished

Adnan Azzam ist vor wenigen Tagen in Moskau angekommen. Der Reiter aus Syrien startete im April 2019 in Damaskus, und hat nun nach ca. 6000 km sein Ziel erreicht. Adnan Azzam und Nayazek in Rostov am Don vor dem Denkmal für Ataman Platov Adnan Azzam ist ein franco-syrischer Autor, der bereits von 1982 bis 1986 …

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The last Bedouin Horses of Egypt

Since I am sincerely interested in the cultural and biological origin of the Arabian horse, I must not miss the opportunity to visit the Tahawi Bedouins in Egypt when the opportunity arose. And so I went with Yasser Ghanim Al-Tahawi to Al-Sharqiyah, a province in the East of Egypt, to meet his family, who lives …

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Crystal Challenge in der Schweiz

Eine neue Initiative will die “Araberreiterei” in der Schweiz unterstützen. Unter dem Namen “Crystal Challenge” gibt es dieses Jahr eine Reihe von Turnierklassen, die speziell dem arabischen Pferd vorbehalten sind. Teilnahmeberechtigt sind Pferde der Rassen Arabisches Vollblut, Shagya-, Anglo-, Partbred-Araber und Araber, die in einem anerkannten Stutbuch eingetragen sind. Die Termine wurden auf den 25. …

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New method for pain sensitivity measurement in endurance horses

Dr Morgane Schambourg, DMV, MSc, Dipl. ACVS / ECVS, has carried out studies on the sensitivity to pain in the legs of endurance horses and developed a method of how this can be measured.The nociceptors (pain receptors) are responsible for the perception of pain. These are essentially free nerve endings of sensitive neurons in the …

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