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New York City - Oct 16, 2017 - The four-day Rolex Central Park Horse Show (RCPHS) is one of the most exciting and spectacular equestrian events of the year. We interviewed Rob Bick of RBC Show Horses of Smithfield, North Carolina—a nationally-recognized top trainer and rider of Arabians, and winner of the Arabian Western Pleasure Pro/Am class, presented by Aljassimya Farm.

Speaking about the horse PA Kid Khan, Bick said, "His transitions are effortless, like shifting gears in a Ferrari. He has a high tail and a short back so it’s easy for him to gather himself underneath my weight. When he moves he has a floating action. I had nothing to do with that – God made him that way. I only use light plates on his front feet and no shoes on the back feet. I’ve ridden a lot of horses but not a lot like Kid Khan. He’s special - he’s the horse of a lifetime. I love him.”

Read the informative article by Patricia Saffran to learn more HERE

Author Marion Altieri provides an excellent perspective on Arabian horses, their history and place in the world of horse racing, in her article Arabians, the Original Race Horse, Soaring Into 21st Century Hearts.

“To this day, everywhere on Earth, to register any horse as being a genuine Thoroughbred —the breeder must be able to prove that the horse on both dam and sire sides goes back to at least one of the three Foundation Sires—or that horse cannot be registered as a Thoroughbred. Those three Foundation Sires were the Darley Arabian, the Godolphin Arabian and the Byerley Turk.”

Read the entire article HERE

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