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Arabian Horses, Studied in their Native Country in 1874–5, by Capt. Roger Upton

Arabian Horses, Studied in their Native Country in 1874–5, by Capt. Roger Upton

pp 375–402. No illustrations. A concise explanation of Upton's presentations in his books Gleanings from the Desert of Arabia, and Newmarket and Arabia

Arabian, al Kharj, Arabia

Arabian, al Kharj, Arabia

Part of a series of 120 primarily glass slides taken by Joe Buchanan's father, Robert Earle Buchanan, a professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University, on trips to the Middle East in 1946 and 1949. In the Comar Arabians collection of Garth and Joe Buchanan. Now held by Carolyn and Dick Hasbrook, Twinbrook Arabians, Ames, Iowa.

Arabs and What They Can Do

Arabs and What They Can Do

Brochure written by Alice Bracker (Aldachar Arabians), illustrated by her son Charles Bracker, and signed by the author. Prepared for and published by the infant organization, International Arabian Horse Association. Copy given to Charles Craver by another son, David Bracker, at the time of presentation to Craver Farms of the skeletons of three Aldachar horses. The skulls have been placed, along with over 150 others in the Craver skull collection, with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Arabs as Trotters, prob. Miss Ethelred Dillon

Arabs as Trotters, prob. Miss Ethelred Dillon

A letter to the editor almost certainly by Miss Dillon, comparing Arabian and Barb trots.

Azja IV at Walter Ross farm, 1945

Azja IV at Walter Ross farm, 1945

This photo was taken 11/6/1945  at the Walter Ross Arabian farm near Kansas City. The mare was ridden by the Ross trainer, Harry Thomas. It was to be used in an article by Margaret Bechtel for Kansas City AP about the Ross farm in Missouri. There are few photos of *Azja IV, who was famed for her son Azraff, by *Raffles.

Azyya

Azyya

Azyya (Kenur x *Aziza) in 1957, held by Dr. Keith Krausnick. Written on the back: Azyya, mama of Starziz and Sharzyya, 1957, Dr. K.F. Krausnick, Limon, Colorado.

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