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Re: Arab crosses
While IAHA does support "half-arabs" why do you want
a cross instead of a purebred?
John Ayers, Secretary Vermont Arabian Horse Assoc.
John and Meshack
http://www.bypass.com/~ayers (Vermont Equestrian Activities)
From: Sue Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sunday, April 25, 1999 4:42 PM
Subject: RC: Arab crosses
>During my hunt for the "perfect" horse (for me <g>), I've run across a lot
>of different Arab crosses. Would I would like to know, from all of you
>wonderful, knowledgeable people, is...
>What would you consider, if you were to take the best features and dominant
>characteristics of each breed, the better crosses with Arabians for a *long
>distance* endurance horse? (Which crosses have shown to be successful in
>the past...or have the most potential for producing a horse that could be
>competitive?) Which crosses would be towards the bottom of your list?
>Before I get flamed ;-), I know that there can be good crosses resulting in
>any breed...but if you were a gambler and had to pick your order of
>preference without seeing the horse, which crosses would you start with?
>What about categories...draft, warmblood, pony, etc.?
>Sue (who never thought she'd know this much about Arabians, bloodlines, and
>performance histories!! ;-))
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