|Straight Egyptian is Top Ten Dressage Type at 2017 Sport Horse Nationals||Sep 8th 2017||
WH BintBint Phateehah (WH Carolina Blu X WH Marengo) went Top Ten in Dressage Type Mares In Hand this morning at Sport Horse Nationals! Yay for Straight Egyptians!!
|AL MAYA ARABIANS ANNOUNCES NEW FILLY BY AL AYAL AA||Sep 7th 2017||
Pyramid Society Life Members Alain & Josy Gosselin of Al Maya Arabians in Sur Gartempe, France are proud to announce the much anticipated arrival of their new filly TAHEEBA AL MAYA by Al Ayal AA (Al Ayad x The Vision HG) and out of their beautiful mare Tarah AA by Laheeb. Taheeba is sure to be a rising star with a bright future at Al Maya Arabians.
|Harvey Arabians Welcomes New Foal Crop||Sep 7th 2017||
Harvey Arabians of Seville, Ohio welcomes four, new Egyptian foals this season.
HA Justice Forever x Ibn Raad
|Alexander Arabians Congratulates New Owner of ALX Naseem Ashquar!||Sep 7th 2017||
Alexander Arabians congratulates Layla Neuroth on her purchase of ALX Naseem Ashquar. Layla was looking for an Arabian she could use to ride trails and enter into long distance competition endurance rides. Naseem has been in training with Shayan Richet and Desiree Davilla, being exposed extensively to all types of trail experiences, water, traffic, and many dressage moves, too. Layla spent time working with Desiree and her assistant Grace Chang learning the queues for Naseem. She then took him home to Forestville, CA and has had him out on the trails over the past few weeks.
|Hurricane Irma Evacuation Resource List||Sep 6th 2017||
The Pyramid Society Membership Committee has compiled the following list of resources offering temporary stabling and/or housing for evacuees of Hurricane Irma. This list will be updated as needed.
Tryon International Equestrian Center, Tryon, NC
To reserve stalls at TIEC, please contact (828) 863-1005.
To reserve on-site lodging, please contact (828) 863-1001 or book online at www.tryon.com.
|New Owners and a Bright New Future for Scapa||Aug 30th 2017||
TALARIA FARMS and MARION (Missy) HEAD of RAINMAKER ARABIANS are pleased to announce the purchase of the 2005 Straight Egyptian stallion, SCAPA. Since April of 2017, Scapa has resided at Talaria, and during that time both Allison and Curt grew to cherish this beautiful silver stallion—for his charisma, courage, beauty and gentility. Missy Head has loved Scapa for many years, and wished to be a part of the stewardship of this very special horse.
|Sharing the Bond with Egyptian Arabians Through Photography||Aug 23rd 2017||
Duane and Diana Cantey have been breeding Straight Egyptian Arabian horses in Mount Vernon, AR for almost 20 years and share their passion in a very innovative way. They provide a unique experience for high school and college aged models to pose with, and learn about Straight Egyptian horses.
|Aleah Arabians Welcomes New Foal Crop by Haliluyah MH||Aug 14th 2017||
Aleah Arabians is proud to announce the birth of three beautiful Haliluyah MH foals this May. This is his first foal crop since 2013 and I am delighted to say the babies are incredible!
Everyone meet Aleah PrincessJasmine foaled May 16, 2017 out of Aleah al Moutribah (Al Adeed Al Shaqab);
and Aleah Felino Maar foaled May 28, 2017 out of Aleah Almazah by True Colours CAHR.
|WEAHA Members meet at El Masr Arabians||Aug 12th 2017||
Dick and Pat Platzek hosted a cook-out for members at their farm, El Masr Arabian Stud. Members met to discuss future possible events for Wisconson Egyptian Arabian Horse Association (WEAHA), and to celebrate the cameraderie that is the hallmark of the Wisconsin Egyptian breeders. Fourteen members were in attendance, and all contributed to make the gathering a success; sharing personal recipes for food and drinks, and assisting the hosts.
"We had a wonderful time with some great people and beautiful horses!" -Pat Platzek
|Dorsett Farms Hosts Successful Healthy Horse Clinic||Apr 17th 2017||
Ann Dorsett of Dorsett Farms in Woolwich Township, NJ, hosted a Free Healthy Horse Clinic on April 8th. The clinic, organized by The Mid-Atlantic Arabian Horse Association included a lecture and instruction by Dr. Carey Williams, Associate Extension Specialist and Associate Professor in the Department of Animal Sciences at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University.