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Rousseau 1813

1813 Lettre de M. Rousseau, consul-général de France a Alep, a M. Jouannin, consul-général de France a Memel, sur les chevaux arabes.

Description of good and undesirable points of the horse, comments on its place in the Bedouin household (mares valued equally to the women). Includes a hujjah in Arabic and translated into French, and a list of 18 strain names. Short quotations from Horace and Vergil about horses. (Michael Bowling) Strains mentioned: Kuheil, Djelfy, Scydi, Ménaki, Seglawoui, Dejdjan, Hemdani, Richan, Soueyti, Eubéyan, Behdan, Fezeidjan, Hedban, Toeyssan, Wednan, Choueimain, El-Sebbah, Mucherref, Abou Erkoub. Thanks to Kate McLachlan for sending us the articles and Michael Bowling for the overview.

1816 Rzewusky: Notice sur les chevaux arabes

1816 Rzewusky: Notice sur les chevaux arabes

Rzewuski describes the Kuhaylan (Kohlan) as having black skin and a thin coat with many bare areas, and that the name derives from Kohl. The bedouin horse is not a tall horse. There is much description of coat color variation, seen more in the desert than elsewhere. There are descriptions of colors, lists of strain names and the origins of the strains. Thanks to Kate McLachlan for sending us the articles and Michael Bowling for the overview.

1816 Rzewusky: Sur l'introduction du sang oriental des chevaux en Europe

1816 Rzewusky: Sur l'introduction du sang oriental des chevaux en Europe

This is primarily an essay about the breeding of cavalry horses in Europe, with his finding that the best and most useful of these are influenced by Oriental blood, and are bred and raised in dry country. Thanks to Kate McLachlan for sending us the articles and Michael Bowling for the overview.

1868 Katplan

1868 Katplan

A description of four Arabian stallions presented by the Ottoman Sultan to the Prince of Wales in commemorattion of the Sultan's visit to England. Includes a engraving by E. Hacker of one of the horses, Katplan, from a painting by E. Corbet. Anonymously written by someone with a strong subjective bent toward the English Thoroughbred as opposed to the Arabian horse. One of the horses, Kouch (spelled Qouch), was used on the Arabian mare Naomi, bred from the Upton importation, leaving a line in South America.

A Great Day at the International Fair, Buffalo, New York.

A Great Day at the International Fair, Buffalo, New York.

Description of the first large public presentation of the Huntington Arabian and Americo-Arab breeding program.

Albert Harris — Kemah Stud

Albert Harris — Kemah Stud

Written on the death of founder Albert Harris, the article is a description of his horse activities, including as president of the Arabian Horse Club of America. His endeavors with his horses were primarily in athletic contests, including endurance, and he wanted a stout, correct, athletic animal. Kemah Stud's primary location was Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

Arab Horses in England, the Sketch

Arab Horses in England, the Sketch

Magazine article based on an interview with Wilfrid S. Blunt, with photos of Blunt on Mesaoud as a youngster in Egypt, Mareb, Ras El Ain, Rose of Jericho, Roula and Wild Bell. No mention of Lady Anne, which appears to be common for the time.

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

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.

Baroness Wentworth

Baroness Wentworth

Primarily written about Judith, Lady Wentworth, and her athletic and artistic abilities, but it does list many of the Crabbet Stud achievements in race, show and exportations. 

Foundation Breeder series, vol. 1, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Foundation Breeder series, vol. 1, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Thanks to Mary Jane Parkinson and the Arabian Horse World for sharing this series of articles about Foundation Breeders of the Arabian Horse, in three volumes. 

Foundation Breeder series, vol. 2 by Mary Jane Parkinson

Foundation Breeder series, vol. 2 by Mary Jane Parkinson

Thanks to Mary Jane Parkinson and the Arabian Horse World for sharing this series of articles about Foundation Breeders of the Arabian Horse, in three volumes. 

Foundation Breeders series, vol. 3, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Foundation Breeders series, vol. 3, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Thanks to Mary Jane Parkinson and the Arabian Horse World for sharing this series of articles about Foundation Breeders of the Arabian Horse, in three volumes. 

Heritage Breeders series, vol. 1, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Heritage Breeders series, vol. 1, by Mary Jane Parkinson

Thanks to Mary Jane Parkinson and the Arabian Horse World for sharing this series of articles about Heritage Breeders of the Arabian Horse, in two volumes. 

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