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Comanche Lodge Rainbird

 F26935 (2004) Silver Wind Van Nina/Fenwick Sarina

Pure Crabbet Arabian Mare - daughter of Silver Wind Van Nina. She is a tall, elegant mare with ground covering movement and attitude. She has been lightly shown for champions and reserves at halter.

A granddaughter of Sindh she will be a valuable addition to our brood mare band.


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Comanche Lodge Rainbird Silver Wind Van Nina Silver Conquest Somerled
Silver Doura
Ronina Grand Royal*
Fenwick Sarina Sindh* Silver Vanity
Salvina Silver Spot

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Comanche Lodge Rainbird Silver Wind Van Nina Silver Conquest Somerled Baz Rakib*
Barada II*
Silver Radiance Electric Silver*
Royal Radiance*
Silver Doura Silver Moonlight* Indian Magic
Silver Fire
Eldoura Electric Silver
Ronina Grand Royal* Oran Riffal*
Sharima Shareer
Karen Silver Moonlight* Indian Magic
Silver Fire
Feodora Silwan*
Fenwick Sarina Sindh (imp UK) Silver Vanity Oran Riffal*
Silver Gilt Indian Gold
Silver Fire
Silfina Indian Gold Ferhan
Sharfina Rytham
Salvina Silver Spot Riffal* Naufal
Royal Radiance* Royal Diamond
Silver Gilt
Shalina Shafreyn* Royal Diamond
Riffalina Riffal





 Ashwood Simpley Susan  F23631 (1999) Nareeb/Ashwood Saskia

Ashwood Simpley Beautiful is a pure crabbet mare, one of only a few get and grandget of the stallion High Falutin. Unshown herself, her full sister Ashwood Simpley The Best is a multiple Champion and Supreme at halter. Susan is a lighter framed mare but to date her 11 crosses to Riffal* have shown through in her two big foals for us.

She is a freindly, pleasant mare with good movement and is breeding very well.

Please click a tab for her pedigree and her foals.

My treasures do not clink and gleam,

 They glisten in the sun and neigh at night 

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"In the beginning, God gave Ishmael, son of Abraham, a gift, made of mist and dust, as a reward for Ishmael's faith and dedication to the God of his father. Out of the mist and dust came the first Asil Arabian mare, who was at the time in foal, and produced a son. From these two gifts from God came the beginning of the Asil (pure) Arabian horse." (Whitman Legend and Reality of Blue Star Arabians).

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