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Newsletter of 9th June 2004
The following newsletter was e-mailed to
our circulation list on 9th June 2004.
Welcome to the summer update from Sariah Arabians.
As we mentioned in an earlier email, our focus
this year is shifting from that of a public riding school
to a private livery and training centre. We are taking this
decision as a result of a number of factors, not least of
all the very large increases in public liability insurance
which many public riding centres throughout the country have
had to absorb this year.
We are taking this opportunity to specialise
with those of our clients who love the Arabian horse by making
some of our horses available on a loan basis. These horses
will be kept at our yard, but will be restricted to a few,
special people. The horses available through our leasing scheme
Sariah's Capriole (7/8 Arabian)
Shalom (Anglo Arabian)
Top Hat (Arabian x Welsh)
Fenhouse Shades of Blue (Lapis) (available for non ridden sponsorship
or stud only -Anglo Arabian).
More information on each of the horses is available
on our web site. There will be a maximum of four people per
horse only and a Livery Agreement will be made available covering
the details of the Loan Arrangement. Some of these horses
could also be made available for sale to the right home. If
you are interested in further details on loaning out one or
more of the horses listed, then please contact Sheila Morgan
for details of the scheme.
We are hoping this will be of interest to our
regular clients as it ensures these lovely horses can continue to remain at our
yard and be ridden by our friends.
News of our horses
Sasha has recently been starting to work under saddle
and is taking to her task well. We would like to show her
under saddle, and are looking for a show rider who will be
able to work with her, bring her on, and ride her in ridden
Arabian classes. If you are interested in this, then please
get in touch with Sheila.
Sonoma has been purchased by her regular rider, Chris Shaw and we
wish them both well together. Marigold
is continuing to recover from her field injury and cannot
wait to resume her duties, shortly.
For those interested, there is an exhibition of paintings
of the Arab horse, entitled: The Arab Horse - an Equine work
of Art at the Mathaf Gallery, 24 Motcomb Street, London SW1X
8JU. The exhibition features work from 19th and contemporary
artists and runs from 14 June to 2 July.
Further details are available at www.mathafgallery.com
. The exhibition is meant to complement The Festival of the Arab Horse which
will be held at Lingfield Racecourse, Surrey 12/13 June.
Best Wishes to all of you.