Majestic Stables - Arabians & Half-Arabians
Bahim Talg Black Straight Egyptian Arabian
 
Stud fee - $1250 Non Registered Arabian Mare or other breed
               $2000 Registered Arabian Mare
Mare Care - $8 per day and mare must have negative coggins
 
About 3500 years ago the Arabian horse assumed the role of king-maker in the east, including the valley of the Nile and beyond, changing human history and the face of the world. Through him the Egyptians were made aware of the vast world beyond their own borders. The Pharaohs were able to extend the Egyptian empire by harnessing the horse to their chariots and relying on his power and courage.
This awe-inspiring horse of the east appears on seal rings, stone pillars, tombs and temples with regularity after the 16th century BCE. Egyptian hieroglyphics proclaim his value; Old Testament writings are filled with references to his might and strength. Other writings talk of the creation of the Arabian, "thou shallst fly without wings and conquer without swords." King Solomon some 900 years B.C. eulogized the beauty of "a company of horses in Pharaoh's chariots," while in 490 B.C. the famous Greek horseman, Xenophon proclaimed:" A noble animal …in all its beauty …something so lovely and wonderful that it fascinates young and old alike."
During the early 19th century, the ruling families of Egypt gathered the finest horses from the deserts of Arabia and brought them to the land of the Pyramids.  This extraordinary collection, unrivaled since the time of King Solomon, became the foundation for the modern-day Egyptian Arabian.
Between 1895 and the mid-1980’s, some of the best Egyptian Arabians bred in the Land of the Nile were exported to the United States.  Those individuals and their desert ancestors form the nucleus of the Egyptian Arabian bloodlines in present-day North America. Today, horses from these rare and treasured bloodlines are carefully preserved to retain their unique qualities and a classic refinement valued worldwide.
 
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
Black Straight Egyptian Stallion
We want to Thank Shari for such a stunning stallion.
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
At his previous owner's house.
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
2007 American Royal Show
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
Isn't he stunning!!!!
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
Checking out the ladies after taking a few rolls in the sand
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
Pretty sure he was thinking what the heck is that blue thing in there. Now he likes to roll it around.
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
What?
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
Still checking out the ladies
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
6-12-10
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
6-12-10
Bahimn Talg
Bahimn Talg
6-12-10
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
We all know what the "lick" means, it means pay attention mom I might bite now :)
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
just stunning!!!!!
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
the mares caught his attention
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
I asked him to pose but he kept coming up to me
Bahim Talg
Bahim Talg
we had him all cleaned up and he went and rolled so his mane twisted up!! He loves to get dirty.
Bahim hearing Scarlet in the stall next to him and he looked stunning!!!
Bahim hearing Scarlet in the stall next to him and he looked stunning!!!
Bahim really has defined features
Bahim really has defined features
Valentine giving kisses to Bahim thru the stall, how cute even though Bahim had hay in his hair and just came in from rolling in the mudd.
Valentine giving kisses to Bahim thru the stall, how cute even though Bahim had hay in his hair and just came in from rolling in the mudd.
Bahim November 20th, 2010
Bahim November 20th, 2010
The ladies in the pasture sparked his attention
The ladies in the pasture sparked his attention
Bahim after rolling in the mudd/dirt. He does it every day when he is turned out.
Bahim after rolling in the mudd/dirt. He does it every day when he is turned out.
Bahim tries to show off for the ladies in the pasture.
Bahim tries to show off for the ladies in the pasture.
Sometimes he just runs and runs.
Sometimes he just runs and runs.
Yes, the ladies again.
Yes, the ladies again.
Still running.
Still running.
Yet again, still running.
Yet again, still running.
Still going.
Still going.
I think he was resting but still looking at the ladies.
I think he was resting but still looking at the ladies.
Still looking.
Still looking.
Now he decided to just walk around.
Now he decided to just walk around.
Bahim coming in for dinner after being turned out.
Bahim coming in for dinner after being turned out.
He really loves his hay.
He really loves his hay.
He is a hand full but a stunning stallion.
He is a hand full but a stunning stallion.
Not too much can distract him.
Not too much can distract him.
Well, Scarlet coming in can.
Well, Scarlet coming in can.
Scarlet being brought in to her stall, he likes to let her know he is still next to her.
Scarlet being brought in to her stall, he likes to let her know he is still next to her.
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