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History: Observing for Ourselves

Reprinted from the June 1951
 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Observing for Ourselves
By Lenore Wilson, Calgary, Alta.

‘Owning a half-arab by the Arabian stallion AHMUR A.R.C. 2061, and having studied all available material pertaining to the Arab horse, led to a desire to become personally acquainted with some of these horses and their owners. We wanted to satisfy ourselves that it was not just a coincidence that our half-arab had inherited so many desirable qualities from his sire but rather because the Arabian horse had been bred pure for centuries, he does possess outstanding physical and mental qualities, which he transmits to his progeny with great prepotency.’

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