Jadem Arabians, founded 29 years ago by Guy and Christine Jamar,

is the largest pure Polish Arabian stud in Belgium.

The stud, run by Christine, the home of about fourtyfive horses,

with an average of sixteen foals born each spring.

Originally, the Jadem breeding programme was based on Russian bloodlines,

but after a few visits to Poland, Christine was trilled with the

beautiful mares she had seen there.

In 1991, the Jamars bought ten pure Polish Arabian horses in the United States.



Christine is active in many facets of the breed.

Every July, she organizes a popular National show at her farm,

All the proceeds of this show go to an organisation for the mentally challenged in her village.

She is also an international judge, a privilige her critical

eye and contributes greatly to her breeding program and showring success.

"My goal has always been to create a family of twenty or so top quality mares,

all pure Polish, that produce exceptional foals every year," says Christine.

"I especially enjoy helping a mare give birth.

To watch the wet foal shaking its head and looking amazed into a new world for the first time, is a very special thrill.

Then I also look at the foal, critically, to see if I did my job the year before.

To breed a good foal gives me the greatest satisfaction ...

much more so than winning in the showring!"


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