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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: In 1950, Chicago businessman-turned-Arabian horse breeder Edwin J. Ed Tweed established Brusally Ranch in Arizona. Named for his children Bruce and Sally, the ranch became known as a landmark in Scottsdalea hallmark in the Arabian world. In 1963, seeking high-quality mares to breed to his champion stallion Skorage, Tweed sent his trainer Steve Spalding on a European horse-buying trip. That spring, fourteen Polish Arabians and three Russian Arabians arrived at Brusally Ranch. Tweed then bought two Polish stallions from breeders in the United States, and in 1967, he imported more horses from Poland. The imported mares crossed beautifully with Skorage, and the imported stallions sired excellent foals out of Skorages daughters. With the growing popularity of Polish Arabians, Tweed created one of his greatest legacies: a pure Polish breeding program. Fifty years after Tweeds first importation, horses descended from the Brusally stallions *Orzel, *Zbrucz, *Gwiazdor, *Czester, and *Faraon continue to be treasured by todays Arabian horse breeders. The book opens with a history of the ranch and an overview of Tweeds breeding program. Then each imported horse is profiled in its own chapter, which features a four-generation pedigree, many historic photographs, a show and race record, extracts from documents in the ranch archives, and descriptions of offspring. The book also contains a list of Brusally's many Polish and Russian National winners as well as annotated sire and progeny tables. This extensively researched history of the Brusally breeding program is a valuable addition to the library of any serious breeder of Polish and Russian Arabians. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: In 1950, Chicago businessman-turned-Arabian horse breeder Edwin J. Ed Tweed established Brusally Ranch in Arizona. Named for his children Bruce and Sally, the ranch became known as "a landmark in Scottsdale--a hallmark in the Arabian world." In 1963, seeking high-quality mares to breed to his champion stallion Skorage, Tweed sent his trainer Steve Spalding on a European horse-buying trip. That spring, fourteen Polish Arabians and three Russian Arabians arrived at Brusally Ranch. Tweed then bought two Polish stallions from breeders in the United States, and in 1967, he imported more horses from Poland. The imported mares crossed beautifully with Skorage, and the imported stallions sired excellent foals out of Skorage's daughters. With the growing popularity of Polish Arabians,Tweed created one of his greatest legacies: a pure Polish breeding program. Fifty years after Tweed's first importation, horses descended from the Brusally stallions *Orzel, *Zbrucz, *Gwiazdor, *Czester, and *Faraon continue to be treasured by today's Arabian horse breeders. The book opens with a history of the ranch and an overview of Tweed's breeding program. Then each imported horse is profiled in its own chapter, which features a four-generation pedigree, many historic photographs, a show and race record, extracts from documents in the ranch archives, and descriptions of offspring. The book also contains a list of Brusally's many Polish and Russian National winners, as well as annotated sire and progeny tables. This extensively researched history of the Brusally breeding program will be a valuable addition to the library of any serious breeder of Polish and Russian Arabians.

L'autore: Tobi Lopez Taylor is an award-winning writer and editor. Trained as an anthropologist, she has Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Arizona State University. She has published work in various national magazines, including American Indian Art Magazine, Archaeology Magazine, Blood-Horse, Dressage Today, and Horse Illustrated. She is the coauthor of Layers of History: The Archaeology of Heritage Square, which won an Arizona Governor's Award in Historic Preservation. Taylor is also a recipient of the Sprint Award for excellence in equine journalism.

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