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"MORAB MOMENTS - A Compilation of Morab Information" is a
reality and was First Released to members in April, 1998. Filled with stories,
facts, history and breed background, this volume has quickly become the Morab bible!
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documentation of the morab breed
1855 - 1998
Compiled & Written By: Ted W. Luedke
Title: Morab Moments - A compilation of Morab history
PRINTED BY: BRANDT PRINTING INC. - Slinger, WI
Box LT MORAB Ranch
U.S. Copyright Office: TXu 844-835
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 98-72112
Luedke, Ted W.
First Copyright 1998; Published by Morab Publishing and Ted W. Luedke (Author). All rights reserved. Reproduction or transmission in any form or by any means without prior written permission of the publisher and author is strictly prohibited. The publisher and the author recognize and are in debt for the material contributed in order to produce this volume, but also disclaim any responsibility whatsoever for any and all information supplied by others for the compilation of this volume.
Topics include a look at why one would breed a Morab, a greatly expanded History, details about the evolution of the registries, a complete interview chapter featuring many of toady's breeders, a look around the world, and great stories from owners. Todays Morab breeding programs are featured in detail with stories and pictures. Owners have provided an abundance of wonderful stories and provided pictures too. Valuable Arabian and Morgan bloodlines are discussed at great length. A dramatic story of the 1912, 20,000 mile cross country adventure of the Morab PINTO is included with many great pictures. This story was subsequently featured in the Western Horseman magazine, August 1998 issue. Using the Arab and Morgan to create outstanding Morabs is just the start of the journey.
With the introduction of computer CD-ROM's from both the Arabian and Morgan registries, many months of detailed inspection have revealed wonderful information about the Morabs past. Details of Hearsts program, Golddust breeding, and how these outstanding programs affect today's Morab. Charts tie today's Morabs to the great horses of the past. All of the research has brought new information, expanded already known information and caused a rewriting of the original Morab History. And it is all there, ready to surprise every one.
Brought together are over 60 photos from breeders, owners, and other books out of print and included are action shots too. Full-page COLOR features of each Lifetime Achievement Award Program (LAAP) award winner are included. Full page pictures of PINTO and the great, lost story of this Morabs 20,000+ mile, early 1900s trip to every state capital in the US.
BREEDER FARM STORIES INCLUDE
Arabian Magic Arabs & Morabs
Box LT Morab Breeding Ranch
Cedar Glade Farm
Christensen Bar B Ranch
Cross River Ranch
Daystar Arabian Farm
Endless Luv Morab & Arabian Farm II
Equines Two "C" Ranch
Flint Creek ABC Farm
High Fad Farm
Hoof & Woof Farm
Invincible Morgans and Arabians
Jericho Creek Farms I & II
Jericho Creek West
Liberty Mountain Ranch
Lightning J Corrals
Magic Hill Farm
Menora Morab & Morgan Stud
Mount Toby Stables
Mountain View Morabs
Rocking L Acres
Rocky Mountain Morabs
Star Dust Ranch
Starfleet Morab Farm
Three Sisters Farm
Turkey Trot Farm
Turtle Mountain Ranch
Willow Brook Farm
MY MORAB OWNERS
In Order Of Appearance
Suzanne Hays Kootenai Zizzero
Kristine Gunther Windmere Mystic Lady
Sharon Martin Aladdinns Enchanted Dream
Townshend Morgans Cyclone Sal
Dr Chris Marks at Quilty
Linda Konichek Survivor
Amy Tetervin LM Run Joselle
Terry McCaulay Jammin Joe
Mary Ann (Poco) Olson
Rockin 5M Ranch BLT Barynia
Chris Peterson BLT Lyric
Karen Tellef Windmere Sparkler
Darlene Patterson Kootenai Clasy Caliz
Dr Les Carr Astro
Annetta Tinsman DAF Bay Sassy
Cheryl Van Cleve EClaire De Raffinement
Included is a glossary that is so complete it will become your primary reference for your equine questions. The book is indexed for quick reference. Add to that an appendix that covers forms, shows, competition results and brochures, it ties it all together for you in one binding.
With the Library of Congress numbering and the ISBN bar coding, the 8 1/2 x 11 inch, over 167-page volume is available through the major outlets and Amazon.com. Reviews are included here and on the Internet at book sites.
This volume is available through direct purchase for a price of $40.00 (US funds). US postage and handling included, add $5.00 postage for mailing outside the US. Copies are available for same day distribution by sending your shipping information in an email and paying via PayPal.
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First Copyright 1998: All rights are strictly reserved by the Publisher and Author.
Created 03/12/1998. Updated 10/24/2005