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by Dick Adams May, 2015 To most of us, the word “economics” has a very compelling intimidation to it. It suggests a host of bureaucratic and political equations and accounting situations, all directly affecting our well-being, yet out of our control. While on a daily basis, we deal personally with the economics of life in our communal society, Arabian Horse “economics” are actually much more complex. Complex, but no magic or special scoping science to it, just pragmatic reality; the reality of making the right choices. Arabian Horse economics are controlled by both broadly generalized and clearly specific socioeconomic segmentations....

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