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The Arab Steed. Boston Transcript.

The Arab Steed. Boston Transcript.

Discussion of horse breeding in the U.S. with regard to the cavalry, but opening with the importation of Naomi by Randolph Huntington. 

The Arabian Horse, by Wilfrid Blunt, The Encyclopaedia of Sport, Vol. I 1897

The Arabian Horse, by Wilfrid Blunt, The Encyclopaedia of Sport, Vol. I 1897

An overview article by Wilfrid Blunt, with photos of Azrek, Mesaoud, Bint Nura. 

The Arabian Horses of Kemah 1922 stud brochure

The Arabian Horses of Kemah 1922 stud brochure

Original uncirculated work of The Arabian Horses of Kemah stud brochure, by Albert W. Harris, 1922, distributed by the Arabian Horse Club Registry in 1979 as a numbered set of 450. 

The Handbook of Tibor von Pettkó Szandtner, El Zahraa, Ein Shams

The Handbook of Tibor von Pettkó Szandtner, El Zahraa, Ein Shams

This handwritten document was given to the Bábolna Stud Museum on the occasion of the inauguration of the monument to Tibor Pettkó-Szandtner in Bábolna on May 30, 1992. It was scanned and copies of the scans given to the Arabian Horse Archives by László Király. The scanning was performed by Ferenc Böröcz for László Király with the permission of the director of Bábolna National Stud Farm.

The Romance of Pomona Ranch (Kellogg's)

The Romance of Pomona Ranch (Kellogg's)

Promotional brochure, 34 pages, no date, probably 1930s. Photographs and illustrations.

The Sultan's Gift to General Grant, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

The Sultan's Gift to General Grant, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

Information about the arrival in America of President Gen. U.S. Grant's gift horses from the Ottoman Sultan, *Leopard and *Linden Tree (named here as Djeytan and Missirli, respectively). Strain and origin may not be correct. The horses arrived on May 28, 1879.

"They are six and seven years old, of an even height, fifteen hands high, with a coat that is singularly delicate and as soft as velvet; white, silken tail reaching to the ground; and a mane that is wavy but not long. The heads are rather small, but the faces have an intelligent expression. They have large, soft and lustrous black eyes; small, well-set, restless ears; and in the the distended nostrils the finest Arabian blood is shown. They have a gentle disposition, and can be approached and petted like children."

The Value of the Arab Horse in Horse Breeding in England

The Value of the Arab Horse in Horse Breeding in England

Article written anonymously at the time of the founding of the Arab Horse Society in the UK, and at the cessation of the registration of Arabian horses by Weatherby's General Stud Book. Images of paintings and photos of various Arab horses. Courtesy of Kate McLachlan.

Tish Hewitt and Jimmie Dean at the 1966 US Nationals, Springfield IL

Tish Hewitt and Jimmie Dean at the 1966 US Nationals, Springfield IL

Tish Hewitt and Jimmie Dean at the 1966 Arabian Horse National Championships in Springfield IL, in 1966. Photo by Carolyn Hasbook.

Turfa

Turfa

The original photographs are in an old photo album, that once belonged to Mr. A.D. Bolhuis, an Arab horse breeder active in the Netherlands before and just after WW2. His widow gave the album in 1984 to the then secretary of the Dutch Arab Horse Society. The album is now owned by his widow, Mrs. C. van der Velden.

The photographs may have been taken by the then Dutch consul in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Dr. Adriaanse, who was an Arab horse devotee, but that is just a guess. In the album the horses appeared only under their strain names, not their actual names. What I think is clear from the photographs, is that they were taken in Saudi Arabia, possibly just before the transport from Jeddah to the United Kingdom. — Kees Mol

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