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Press review: „Tutto Arabi”, 01/2010
 
Author : polskiearaby.com | 2010-01-28 | Drukuj
 
     
 
The first 2010 issue of Tutto Arabi has just appeared at readers hands. The front cover is again an invitation of the incoming season – International ECAHO Title show in Dubai (18-20 March). The entry of the whole issue is also a kind of invitation to another important events – 2010 Scottsdale show as well as Arabian Horse Days Poland.

The first issues of the seasons usually brings the look back to the most important Arabian horse events of the past year. The 1/2010 issue of Tutto Arabi opens with big, over 20 pages report by Urszula Łęczycka from Paris World Championships – for the first time held in the new location which was certainly admired also by the chief editor – Simone Leo, thanking the organizers for the spectacular and successful event. This time Tutto Arabi takes us in around the world tour through the most important shows of almost all continents – with Monica Callani –Rindina report from US Nationals, the first West Australia State Championship that was judged with European system (6 features) by well known EACHO A judge Renata Schibler and Brazilian Nationals by Marisa Rogerio. While the quick report from Australia gives a glimpse on “what is on top” in this far but well known for Arabian horses country, Brazil has set its stable place at Tutto Arabi pages. This country is popular destination not only for Nothern American but also European breeders recently, and the numbers given by the author of the reportage can be impressive indeed – with 600 horses entered to the Nationals, owned by 300 breeders and the auction, transmitted by the all Brazilian TV channel gathered around $1 million of income. Tutto Arabi 1/2010 is a good look through its main breeding authorities – as well known breeder and handler Zico Guardia interview or the big amount of Brazilian advertisements of popular chief sires and new coming progeny.

The trip around the world’s studs we continue with a visit to Silvatica Black Arabians in Poland with beautifully illustrated article by Urszula Łęczycka and Fabio Brianzoni takes us back to the wonderful moments of the Open Day at Darius Arabians – the new tradition of Saturday night of All Nations Cup. The owner of this farm – Claudia Darius who is also a respected A-judge has made a big interview with Moroccan A-list judge Moohammed Machmoum while Urszula Łęczycka has talked with Doug Dahmen, American judge, breeder and trainer, who was also an often seen guest of European shows in 2009, including World Championships in Paris.

The breeding section of Tutto Arabi this time takes one of Polish most important foundation mares – Emigracja in the text by Urszula Łęczycka, showing beautiful, big photos of the mare herself and some of her famous descendants. Joe Ferris on the other hand dedicated a big part of the magazine to the story of Straight Egyptian sire Sultan – foundation horse for SE breeding particularly in the United States. As usual the magazine focuses also at the Arabian horse competitions with four endurance reports – from Babolna, Abu Dhabi, Sacile and St. Paulien. The eye catching, especially at this time of the season, should be a veterinary text about the latest advancements in equine reproduction rising up the effectiveness of breeding – such as sexing of the sperm and ICSI process (one of in-vitro fertilization methods).
 
     
 
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