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Photo source: Trading Card No. 50
(Arabian Horse Journal, Sept. 5, 1983)
From the private collection of
Suzi Morris

Leafy Bullet Ahmar Leafy Bullet
GSB #171

Color: Bay
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: 1890

Sire: Azrek (Desert Bred x Desert Bred)

Dam: Queen of Sheba (Desert Bred x Desert Bred)

Breeder: 
Crabbet Arabian Stud
Sussex, England

Meaning of Name: Arabic word for a bay coat coloration. 

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From our Arieana Notebook: This most important son of Azrek (foundation stallion for Wilfrid Scawen Blunt's and Lady Anne Blunt's Crabbet Stud in England) inherited his sire's famous action in full measure and passed it on strongly. Ahmar stood 14.2 hands and was admired by Lady Anne Blunt not only for his splendid action at the trot, but also for his splendid tail carriage and very beautiful head. He stood for several seasons at Crabbet Stud before his exportation to Java in 1901 at age 11. Today his blood lives on in the horses of Arieana Arabians through his daughters Hilmyeh and Bukra (dam of *Berk); altogether Ahmar sired 19 purebred Arabian foals (8 colts and11 fillies) as registered in the General Stud Book (England).

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Pedigree of Ahmar GSB #171

Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Azrek GSB 70
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Ahmar GSB #171
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Queen of Sheba
GSB 31
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Sire Line: Azrek (Seglawi Jedran)
Tail Female: Queen of Sheba (Abeyan Sherrak)

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Anazeh

Leafy Bullet Anazeh Leafy Bullet
AHR #235

Color: Chestnut
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: 1890

Sire: *Leopard (Desert Bred x Desert Bred)

Dam: *Naomi (Yataghan x Haidee)

Breeder: 
Randolph Huntington
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York

Sire of 8 Purebred Registered Foals (4 colts and 4 fillies) of which his daughter Narkeesa (dam of El Sabok) is of significance mid-pedigree in the horses of Arieana Arabians.

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From our Arieana Notebook: We at Arieana Arabians take great pride that our horses descend mid-pedigree from Anazeh, the very first purebred Arabian ever bred, foaled, and registered in the United States.

Anazeh was a product of Randolph Huntington's Americo-Arab Project. Detailed information about this stallion and his place within Randolph Huntington's breeding program can be found on the following websites:

The Descent of ANAZEH by Michael Bowling.
A Tribute to Randolph Huntington by Anna Best Joder.

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Pedigree of Anazeh AHR #235

Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
*Leopard 233
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Anazeh
AHR #235
Desert Bred
Yataghan GSB 2102
Desert Bred
*Naomi 230
Desert Bred
Haidee GSB 11
Desert Bred
Sire Line: *Leopard (Seglawi Jedran)
Tail Female: Haidee (Maneghi Hedruj)

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For more information on Ahmar or Anazeh, or to see for yourself how their influence lives on in the prized and cherished horses of Arieana Arabians, please contact us. Visitors are always welcome; appointments are appreciated.

Suzi Morris
ARIEANA ARABIANS
28952 Via Hacienda
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-5546
Phone: 949-248-1260
e-mail: arieana@fea.net


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Copyright 2003-2012. Website designed and maintained by Suzi Morris. All rights reserved. This page created for Arieana's Heritage Notebook Fall 2003. Revised with new information September 29, 2005. Updated and Current as of September 27, 2012.