Arieana Arabians ~ CMK Heritage Notebook
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Hanad

Leafy Bullet Hanad Leafy Bullet
AHR #489

Color: Chestnut
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: May 29, 1922

Sire: *Deyr (Desert Bred x Desert Bred)

Dam: Sankirah (*Hamrah x Moliah by *Hamrah)

Breeder: Peter Bradley. Hingham Stock Farm.
Hingham, Massachusetts

Last Owner of Record: 
Alice Payne and her son Pat Payne. Asil Ranch. Whittier and Chino, California

Sire of 58 registered purebred Arabian foals (28 colts and 30 fillies) including his son Mahomet who is of mid-pedigree influence in Arieana's Arabians.

And although not in the pedigrees of our Arieana bloodstock, just for pure fun and trivia, please read about his beautiful son Rokhalad.

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From our Arieana Notebook: Hanad, a straight Davenport stallion, had passed through several owners before he was purchased by W.K. Kellogg in 1929 as part of a group of eleven Arabians from Charles W. Jewett of Indianapolis, Indiana. Trained for five-gaits and other high-school specialty work, Hanad was popular here in Southern California both for his performances in the Kellogg Sunday Shows and as a sire of well-built, trainable foals, especially when crossed on the Kellogg mares descending from the Crabbet and Maynesboro bloodlines. Mr. Herbert H. Reese, in his book The Kellogg Arabians, writes the following words about him:

"Hanad proved to be adaptable to any sort of training of an unusual sort, such as 'jumping rope' under saddle, doing the Spanish walk, standing on a pedestal, and so on. His calm disposition was never flustered by noise, crowds or strange surroundings, yet he was always spirited and full of 'go', making him ideal as an exhibition horse. He took part in practically all the shows, parades, and motion picture work away from the ranch as well as doing his specialties in the Sunday exhibitions, and his appearance in one of these parades [Rose Bowl 1936] eventually led to his sale." (Reese, p. 143)

For the the complete story of Hanad, please see: Hanad's Legacy Lives On in Davenport Breeding by R.J. Cadranell II.

For additional details from hard copy reading about Hanad's life while with Mr. Kellogg, we recommend the following books:

Parkinson, Mary Jane. The Kellogg Arabian Ranch: The First Sixty Years. Cal Poly Kellogg Unit Foundation, Inc, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. Third edition, 1984.

Reese, Herbert H. in collaboration with Edwards, Gladys Brown. The Kellogg Arabians: Their Background and Influence. Borden Publishing Company, Alhambra, California. 1958.

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Pedigree of Hanad AHR #489

Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
*Deyr 33
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Hanad AHR #489
Desert Bred
*Hamrah 28
*Urfah 40
Sankirah 149
*Hamrah 28
Moliah 109
*Wadduda 30
Sire Line: *Deyr (Abeyan Sherrak) (Imported by Davenport)
Tail Female: *Wadduda (Davenport)
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Rokhalad 1237

Leafy Bullet Rokhalad Leafy Bullet
AHR #1237

Color: Chestnut
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: March 18, 1936

Sire: Hanad (*Deyr x Sankirah by *Hamrah)

Dam: Rokhal (El Sabok x Mirza by Nejdran Jr)

Breeder: W.K. Kellogg Institute. Pomona, California

Sire of 3 purebred registered Arabian foals (2 colts and 1 filly).

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From our Arieana Notebook: For history buffs, lovers of trivia, and from our own family's walk down Memory Lane: Rokhalad, a Kellogg-bred son of Hanad, was purchased from Mr. Kellogg as a yearling in May, 1937 by Hollywood's then leading man and screen actor Robert Taylor. Mr. Taylor  was later forced by the M-G-M Studios to sell his horse as "...the brass feared he might damage himself (that's Taylor, not Rokhalad). His face was their fortune." (Source for this quote from our very early files regretfully not noted). Purchased by Joanna Phillips of Glendale, California, Founder of the Arabian Horse Association of Southern California and one of the first members of the International Arabian Horse Association. For more information on the movie stars, films, and roles the popular Arabian Horses of The Kellogg Ranch played on-screen, we refer you to: Parkinson, Mary Jane. The Kellogg Arabian Ranch: The First Sixty Years. Cal Poly Kellogg Unit Foundation, Inc, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. Third edition, 1984.

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For more information on Hanad 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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Copyright 2003-2012. Website designed and maintained by Suzi Morris. All rights reserved. This page created for Arieana's Heritage Notebook June 19, 2005. Revised with new information February 11, 2006. Updated with additional information and Current as of September 10, 2012.