Support the Al Khamsa Preservation Task Force goals through PayPal

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on March 14th, 2013 in General

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If you want to support the goals of the Al Khamsa Preservation Task Force of rescuing, rehoming and advocating for Al Khamsa Arabian horses from rare, precious and endangered lines, you can now make donations by PayPal, by visting this page (click here). Over the past week alone, we raised 2,450 USD from generous Al Khamsa supporters, and the goal is to reach 5.000 USD by the end of next week.

You can also get there by going to to the Al Khamsa website site main page ( and click on the “Donations” banner to the right. There, you can either chose to support the Al Khamsa General Fund, the Preservation Task Force, or the Al Khamsa Endurance Award.

The goals of the Al Khamsa Preservation Task Force for 2012 are to:

1) identify bloodlines in danger of being lost, and classify them in order of most urgent to less urgent (Code Red and Code Orange lists); write about them and advocate for them; search for horses from these bloodlines and their owners; establish a database for these bloodlines; the task force is limited to endangered Ancestral Elements and Foundation horses, plus some rare and significant tail females that are not otherwise endangered when found in the middle of the pedigree. For example, it’s about preserving the *Aire tail female, rather than the line of *Aire in the middle of the pedigrees.

2) reach out to owners of horses from above bloodlines to encourage them to preserve these horses, and if they can’t find new preservation homes for them, help them find preservation homes;

3) provide assistance with registration issues faced by owners of such horses;

This past week alone, the task force has been focusing on finding new homes for two mares of the precious Ma’naqi Sbayli strain tracing to the Blunt’s Ferida, and a Kuhaylat al-Krush mare tracing to Davenport’s *Werdi that has a rare line to the stallion *Azra.


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