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Alla Amarward

Leafy Bullet Alla Amarward Leafy Bullet
AHR #1140

Color: Chestnut
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: October 8, 1935
Died: 
October 14, 1961

Sire: Stambul (El Sabok x Morfda by *Hamrah)

Dam: Makina (Letan x Hasiker by *Hamrah)

Breeder: 
Dr. W.W. Thomas
Merced, California

Last Owner of Record: 
Charles Doner
Elsinore, California

Sire of 151 registered foals  including his daughter Nawari who is of great significance mid-pedigree in Arieana's Arabians.

From our Arieana Notebook: Purchased for $600.00 as a five-year old in 1940 by Herbert H. Reese when Mr. Reese started his own ranch, Alla Amarward became a major influence as a sire in the United States. In addition to his fame as a sire of useful riding and breeding horses, among them Arabian Racing's unbeatable Ziyadi (Alla Amarward x Follyat), Alla Amarward became particularly noted for siring beautiful Half-Arabian Palominos.

We have especially enjoyed reading Carol W. Mulder's memories of this stallion in the Crabbet Influence's Collectors II and wish to share this excerpt with you:

"He [Alla Amarward] was well known in his lifetime for his good disposition and his ability to sire good dispositions. It is interesting to note that his double great-grandsire, *Hamrah, [imported by Homer Davenport] was also known for his good disposition. 'Alla' was a very quiet and sensible horse to work with and around.

In all the years I used to work with him, never once did he behave in any but the most perfect and exemplary manner. He never once tried to nip, not even with his lips, he never once fidgeted, he never once did anything but watch to see how he could please. If he thought it was wanted of him, he'd put up with a good deal of unpleasantness without fuss; he was not stoic, but he was determined to be a gentleman always when haltered and under human control. His business was to please, and when so engaged he was a very dignified and serious minded individual."

At Arieana Arabians we cherish such dispositions and strive in every way possible, both genetically and environmentally, to perpetuate this as a traditional trait in our CMK Arabian Horses of today.

For the complete article and more information on this wonderful stallion please refer to "Alla Amarward 1140 and H. H. Reese" by Carol W. Mulder, The Crabbet Influence, July-August 1986.

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Pedigree of Alla Amarward AHR #1140

El Jafil 74
El Sabok 276
Narkeesa 7
Stambul 575
*Hamrah 28
Morfda 203
Dahura 90
Alla Amarward
AHR #1140
*Muson 27
Letan 86
*Jedah 44
Makina 450
*Hamrah 28
Hasiker 268
*Reshan 38
Sire Line: Zobeyni through Mahruss II (Seglawi Jedran)
Tail Female: *Reshan (Kehilan Heyfi) (Davenport)

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For more information on Alla Amarward or to see for yourself how his 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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