Books about Arabian Horses

The Tahawy Bedouin

“It was worth, waiting for” – could be the headline for this book by Kirsten and Bernd Radtke about the Tahawy Bedouin of Egypt. They started their research for this book back in 1980, when they met with Sheikh Soliman of the Tahawys. That should not be without effect. The Tahawy Bedouin are a horsebreeding …

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The Arabian Horse – Nature’s Creation…

Hans Joachim Nagel, born in Germany in 1930, holding a Phd in social economy, has been travelling and working in the Arabian world as Business man and horse breeder for nearly 50 years. He was president of the German Arabian Breeding association (VZAP) for 20 years, 15 years president of WAHO (World Arabian Horse Organization) …

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HANAN – The Story of an Arabian Mare…

Dr. Hans Joachim Nagel graduated as social economist but has spent all his working life in the field of animal husbandry. For more than 40 years he has been involved with the development of modern animal breeding techniques in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In the late 50s his business took him to Babolna, …

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