Zobeyni Arabians

Breeds traditional Arabian riding horses descended from the authentic collection brought to England by Lady Anne and Wilfrid Scawen Blunt in the 1870s. These Crabbet Stud bloodlines continue to produce some of the most talented Arabian sporthorses today.

Take a look at our Arabians and the bloodlines we use on our Horses pages, or explore the history and genetics of the Arabian breed on our History pages. 

Home of Zobeyni Nurani

Zobeyni Nurani is the son of my first homebred mare Narishka, with strong lines to Naufal and Naseel.  From these classic lines he inherits not only his authentic type but also a wonderful people friendly and trainable temperament.  He has movement and athleticism and will be aimed at perfromance as he matures.  He should pass all these valuable traits to his foals.

Photo of the Month-Sengoran

This photo was taken by Photonews at the UK AHS Show way back when. It is of the superb Oran son Sengoran, 100% Crabbet.  He is Nurani's matrenal great-grandsire.  This image was kindly sent to me by Christine Massey. Christine has a huge collection of photos of Arabians, taken by herself and others - thank you Christine.

More photos on the News & Photo Diary page.

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