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Breeding and Utilization of Arabian Horse today

Mandić, Vlasta; Ljubešić, Josip; Rastija, Tomo; Bošnjak, Živko; Sukalić, Miroslav
Breeding and Utilization of Arabian Horse today // Poljoprivreda, 6 (2000), 1; 116-119 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, stručni)

Breeding and Utilization of Arabian Horse today

Mandić, Vlasta ; Ljubešić, Josip ; Rastija, Tomo ; Bošnjak, Živko ; Sukalić, Miroslav

Poljoprivreda (1330-7142) 6 (2000), 1; 116-119

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
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Ključne riječi
Arab blood horse; raising; sport

Arab horse raising has a hundred year old tradition. A real stud farm raising started by purchasing original reproductive material from Asia in 1895, 1897 and 1899. Apart from state stud in Goražde, Arab horse was also raised in several private stud farms, especially in Slavonia and Srijem region. By the end of the II World war Arab horse raising was restricted to only 2-3 stud farms, regardless the above mentioned oldest Arab stud farm Goražde. According to reports refering to end of 1940 in former Yugoslavia there were slightly more than 150 grown up thoroughbred Arab heads, stallions and mares in both private and public property. A number of well known stud farms was reduced, thus, Arab horse raising was limited only to stud farms Goražde, Inocens Dvor and Karađorđevo. Sires were mostly used in Bosnian-mountain horse breeding whereas in plain areas they were used for ceossing with heavy draft mares or raising of, in that time numerous represented, nonius breed. The year 1970 was characterized by Arab horses reduction, thereby raising stagnation. Horse raising was closed, so 77 Sabich stallion, bought in Germany, stared again Arab horse raising, firstly in Goražde. It was also attributed by raising establishment of agricultural economy Višnjica near Slatina. At the same time Arab horse raising increased slowly at individual raisers in Kutina, Brbovsko, Istria, Čađavica and Zagreb vicinity. According to available data from 1999 there were approx. 132 stallions and mares due to horse raisers scattered throught Croatia. All male and female reproductive heads were mostly usead as raising heads for thoroughbred raising or for crossing with other breeds which is justified by the data from the period 1930-1935. On the other hand one part of reproductive heads, especially males, were used as sports heads for gallop races and distance riding as Arab horses were used by their arrival to present areas and by Arab horse raising tradition.

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