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Arieana Arabians ~ CMK Heritage Notebook
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*Naborr | Nanshan | *Naomi | *Narda II | Narghileh | Naseem | *Nasik | Nasra | 
Nawari | *NazliNefisa | *NessaNigha | *Nimr | Nisreen | *Noam | Nonliker |
*Nureddin II | *Nuri Pasha | Nusara

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*Naborr
*Naborr

Leafy Bullet *Naborr Leafy Bullet
AHR #25472
(Nabor PASB #1669)

Color: Grey
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: 
April 13, 1950

Sire: Negatiw (Naseem x Taraszcza by Enwer Bey)

Dam: Lagodna (Posejdon x Obra by Hardy)

Breeder: Tersk Stud. Russia.

Sire of immense world-wide influence with a total of 413 purebred registered foals in Russia, Poland, and the United States among whom his son *Druzba is of significance as an outcross resource mid-pedigree in Arieana's Arabians.

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From our Arieana Notebook: *Naborr, imported in 1963 by Mrs. Anne McCormick of Arizona, was in a group of the first five Tersk-bred horses brought to the United States. He was the first Russian-bred (Tersk) Arabian registered in the U.S. before the official registration approval here of Russian horses in 1978 by the Arabian Horse Registry of America. Presumably the reason *Naborr secured registration immediately was because he and his sire and his dam were registered in both the Russian and Polish stud books, the Polish stud books having secured approval by the Arabian Horse Registry prior to that time.

*Naborr was used for two seasons at Tersk and then sold to Poland in 1956. He stood at the Polish State Studs for seven years (1956-1963) prior to his arrival in the United States, and he was considered one of their best sires with an especially good nick for him being the daughters of Amurath Sahib. A homozygous grey, *Naborr was 13 at the time of his importation to the United States. He made history again six years later when he sold in the McCormick estate sale at age 19 for the then record amount of $150,000 to Tom Chauncey and Wayne Newton. *Naborr is listed as dead November 9, 1977 (age 27).

Also, and just as a word of explanation for those who study pedigrees: Nabor is the Russian and Polish stud book spelling for our same horse *Naborr. *Naborr had 3 crosses to Ibrahim through Skowronek, Posejdon, and Ikwa. *Naborr is not considered a CMK stallion due to his dam line; he is, however, a legitimate outcross resource within the CMK definition and his Crabbet influence through Naseem does count 25% when calculating the qualifying CMK percentages.

We at Arieana Arabians appreciate and favor the use of the *Naborr influence in our breeding program for the beauty and athletic strengths our horses inherit through the Skowronek sire line as it comes down to us from his son Naseem's stud career at Tersk: *Druzba being one such outcross resource for us, S.W. Dawid (photo) being another.

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For more information on *Naborr 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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