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Chris talks with Scott Benjamin at the 2009 Egyptian Event
Scott Benjamin has been actively involved with the Arabian breed for nearly 30 years. He earned a Bachelors Degree in Animal Science from Michigan State University specializing in Equine Management and Animal Breeding/Genetics. This pursuit led to a 5-month "work and learn" internship experience at the State Studs of Poland. Following the successful defence of the thesis "The Philosophy of Arabian Horse Breeding in Poland", Scott returned to work for Michalow State Stud (450 Arabian horses) as a training and breeding specialist for 5 years.
Scott has worked as a trainer and manager for the some of the leading Arabian horse farms including Bishop Lane Farm (California), Cre-Run (Virginia), Toskhara Arabians (UK & Texas), and Blommeröd Stud (Sweden). Most recently, Scott served as Director of Aria International, an Arabian horse breeding and marketing firm with several significant achievements in the show ring and marketplace.
He has been actively involved as a judge in events in the US, Canada, Middle East, Australia, South America, Africa and Europe. Scott has, in addition to his professional and judging responsibilities, also serves as show manager for the Arabian Breeders World Cup in Las Vegas, as well as event coordinator for Polish Arabian Horse Days in Poland each August. He is currently the Director of Benjamin Equine, an Equine Consultancy based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he lives with his family.
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