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Well foaling has started - we seem to be too old for the sleepless nights or so it seems until foaling is over then we forget about those sleepless nights until next year and enjoy the foals. Please send us your foal photographs as we will do a foal feature in the next edition.

This is the last magazine for this year and we will celebrate one year in January I cannot believe how the magazine has grown both in size and also in the readership. To be able to continue this as a free magazine we need you all to consider advertising with us.

The second part of the Magic Domino AHS +++// article is here and since the last magazine I have edited a book on Domino based on Arlene Magid’s research done for the articles.

We are looking at the stud that bred Magic Domino AHS Anne Brown’s Gadebrook stud in the UK. Anne is a regular contributor.

Carol Minnich who is Chair of the Arabian Horse Foundation’s Research Advisory Panel and the Arabian Horse Association’s (AHA) Subcommittee on Genetic Disorders, has written a great article on Equine Cerebellar Abiotrophy (CA).

Currently I am on a much larger task than I had expected, I have been sent a fling box full of information relating to the breeding programme at Warren Park Arabians which spans more than 50 years. You will read the frst part of their studs’ life in the next edition and this will be ongoing with reference to studs with bloodlines closely related to those at Warren Park. In fact the next magazine will be mainly Warren Park and it’s associations with other studs. If you want to advertise in the next magazine please contact us or if you have anecdotes or photos you want to send us please do. I noticed that two Warren Park horses were featured on Arlene Magid’s research about the 2011 SHN so just wrote a little in this edition to whet your appetites for more about Sandy and Dick’s breeding programme.

We are looking at an Australian stud we very much admire Dawn Suter’s Boomori Stud in Port Lincoln South Australia. This is a great article because most of the wonderful photographs are taken by Dawn who is a great photographer.

In Travellers Tales Jackie and Neil Dand returned to the United Kingdom and this trip was a Crabbet/ Blunt pilgrimage. Jackie has written about Crabbet Park & Newbuildings Place. I would also like to thank Jackie for the time she has put in checking the magazine for errors - she is very good at fnding the spelling mistakes.

Wes Hayes has given an insight into where Betty Arnold’s Olford Stud in South Africa is heading under his stewardship.

John Kohnke has written about Enteroliths which are apparently more prevalent in Arabians than other breeds.

In Australia there are two mares, sisters who have left a huge legacy both here and overseas Wellworth Lilac & Leilani. In our mare feature Sean Johnson another of our regular contributors has written about these two amazing mares.

I apologise that the magazine is out later this month but we were waiting for the second part of an article which we have not received. We were also hoping for more pictures from USA Sports Horse Nationals.

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