Nile Musings ~ Celebrating the Egyptian Arabian Horse ~ Volume 1 Number 4 April 2003

image of grey horsehead Nile Musings image of horsehead from Haremheb's tomb

horseshow in a town north of Luxor, Egypt -- links to article with more photos

This time we take a side trip to showcase contemporary horseback riders and Egyptian horses at a small horse show in rural Egypt. True native costume classes.

horseback rider in native costume -- links to article with more photos

Stunning photos testify to the pleasures of horsemanship. Sonny Stengle and his wife, from Germany, were visiting Egypt in February when they happened upon a local horse show. Sonny posted a note and his photos on the Tour Egypt bulletin board. He is sharing them here and inviting everyone to visit the board. (You could post him a message...) Tour Egypt is a huge website all about Egypt, past and present. Egyptomaniacs from all over the world frequent the discussions and become friends.

A Horseshow in Egypt, this month's article, shares Sonny Stengle's photos. Next month I will resume discussion of the ancient Egytian horse with photos fresh from Egypt.

What's new on the Nile Muse?
An Egyptian Horseshow – just north of Luxor, Egypt
the webscribe in Egyptian pose
New Foals
Look for Ravenwood and Rainbow Crest message board announcements.
Oakwood Park may post their own foals and news.
By mid month I can post new foals.
The webscribe returns from Egypt

Your webscribe, Donna Hyora

The Nile Muse ~ Celebrating the Egyptian Arabian horse ever since antiquity

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