Random thoughts

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on September 25th, 2011 in General

Yesterday, as I received the papers of the 26 year old Dakhala Sahra from Kathryn Busch, I said to myself: “Heck, this is the sixth horse I’ve owned in this country” (Wisteria, her filly and her colt =3; Jadiba =4; Monologue jointly with Darlene =5; Sahra =6; plus Chelsea who is a lease from Doris); then came this second thought, immediately after the first one: “I don’t own these horses, they own me”. I think about them day and night.

Third thought, just now: “There must be something wrong with me, really”.



13 Responses to “Random thoughts”

  1. I believe its terminal this arabian fever but what a way to go!

  2. Ah, we’re all in good company here!

  3. Oh gosh, you hardly have a herd! Wait until you can keep them at home and have a field full of babies, your heart could burst from joy just watching them frolic on a crisp fall morning.

  4. There is a “Hadith” (saying for Prophet Mohammed) that says: when God created the Arabian horse he allowed him an accepted request. So the horse prayed: my lord, you gave me to son of Adam, so make me among his most beloved sons and properties!” .. so your case proves your horses are Arabians :))

  5. It is all your dad’s fault! Then this blog! Yes, I agree there is something really wrong, just the thinking something is wrong!

  6. I love the fact that your sahra is Tail female Haide through the very first breeding program for purebreds in the USA. Do you have any plans for the old girl?

  7. The plan is to breed her live to Triermain this foal, and if it does not work to do embryo transfer next year, while she is still producing eggs..

  8. I feel with you Edouard,
    because i collected many old mares too. What can we do? This is the only chance to save the lines.
    Try to save the damline of Haidee (1869) ,if it is possible!

    Best wishes,

  9. If that is the case, there is something wrong with a lot of us…LOL

  10. It seems to be an addiction we all share, and will fight tooth and nail, any attempt to cure……

  11. I do believe it’s called Arabitis…

  12. When you meet your first Arabian horse, your soul is tied for eternity…it’s why it was hard to let Sahra go….. It just doesn’t have any foundation in reason…… She led me to you and the Cravers, and that I am very grateful for…

  13. and I am grateful to you for allowing me to owner her. Plans are being made for ET next spring.

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