Introducing guest blogger Yassine Jamali

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on July 2nd, 2017 in General

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A veterinarian by training who worked with Veterinarians without Borders in the Sahel, Yassine Jamali now breeds Arabians, Arab-Barbs and North African greyhounds (Sloughis) at his family farm in central Morocco, on the banks of the Oum er Rabiaa river.

I have been enjoying and appreciating Yassine’s online contributions on the breeding of Arabian and Barb horses and Sloughis for many years now. His thoughts on function driving form in conformation and temperament, on the breed’s adaption and resilience to evolving market needs, and bringing equine history to bear, resonate with me. I am excited at the opportunity to share them with you here.

3 Responses to “Introducing guest blogger Yassine Jamali”

  1. Welcome ! Bienvenue ! Hâte de vous lire.

  2. Welcome! I look forward to hearing your thoughts!

  3. I enjoy your writings, although the French language is a littlebit difficult for me.
    I would also like to hear about your horses, please introduce them if it is possible.
    It would be great to read about the situation of the asil arabians in Morocco as well.


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