Saturday, 20 July 2019
The Arabian Magazine

The Arabian Breeders' Magazine

The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine is a four-times a year printed, glossy, coffee-table top publication; with a focus very much on those features that so many of you have enjoyed over the years – the breeders, the horses, the history, and the education. In depth interviews, pedigrees and beautiful photographs are shared through the pages of The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine. It is a celebration of all that is great about the Arabian horse – the many features are sourced from a great team of writers from around the world, as well as your favourite regular contributors. The magazine is published on a subscription only basis which can be purchased from our Shop – see the ‘Sign Up’ link below – or by calling us on +44(0)1508 536099 during normal UK office hours.

The Breeders’ Choice – The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine

“The most informative, diverse and beautiful Arabian horse publication... It educates, enlightens and WOWS you with incredible words and stunning images of our most amazing breed!” Next month sees The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine celebrate its...

Editorial – The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine Volume II Issue IV

I love this time of year. The world is at its complete opposite – the longest day here in the northern hemisphere, the shortest day in the south. The light days warming the days...

Setting the World Alight: QR Marc

Setting the World Alight: QR Marc Words by Samantha Mattocks There is little doubt that our brilliant cover star is one of the leading sires in the world right now. With champion-winning get and grand-get found...

Bloodlines tell, and they do

Respected American breeder Jim Robbins shares his thoughts on breeding, using his own stallion LC Athens as an example. “Bloodlines tell, and they do." Arguably the most profound statement in Arabian horse breeding decades ago...

Editorial – The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine Volume II Issue III

I fear that 2018 has proven to be a difficult start to the year for many people. So many people have been ill with winter viruses, and then there has been the weather! The...

The Passing of a Legend: Tagweed

They called him classic, a legend, a model of inspiration and considered him to be a treasure, one of the modern-day marvels of Egypt. And yet, all of these words fall short of conveying...
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