3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion at Stud in Bentonville, AR
Foaled in 1997. Registered with AHRA, #541227. Safire++ grandson. Aladdinn, Barbary+++ great - grandson. Wonderful, gentle disposition. Excellent balance and conformation. Great movement and athleticism. His first foals are outstanding! Open to outside mares; live cover only. Stud Fee only $500! Live Foal Guarantee. Multiple Mare Discount! Flame's sire, County Fair, has won numerous Top Tens in Costume and Dressage, and multiple championships in Halter, English Pleasure, Costume, Show Hack and Pleasure Driving. Flame's dam, RS Praise, is paternal half - sister to Canadian National Top - Ten Mare, Kristi Marie. Chestnut, three stockings, blaze. 68% Polish, 31% Crabbet. Sire Line: Kuhailan Haifi. Dam Line: Haidee / Naomi. Strain: Muniqi Hadruj. Visit http: / / www. geocities. com / echo _ valley _ ar abians / Flamezafire. html to view Flame's page.
About Bentonville, AR
The area now known as Bentonville's first known use by humans was as hunting grounds by the Osage Nation who lived in Missouri. The Osage would leave their settlements to hunt in present-day Benton County for months at a time before returning to their families. White settlers first inhabited the area around 1837 and named their settlement "Osage". By this time, the Osage had ceased using the area for hunting, and the white settlers began to establish farms. Upon establishment of Benton County on September 30, 1836, Osage was deemed a suitable site for the county seat, and the town square was established as the home of county government the following year.