(Koheilan IV-10 1905 x Gazal IV),
sire of *Lassa, was foaled in 1922 at the Hungarian State Stud at
Babolna. He was
Poland in 1924 where he served as chief sire in the Polish State
at Janow Podlaski for several years, playing an important part in that
country's regeneration of horse breeding after its almost
complete destruction in the first World War. Koheilan I 1922 was given the designation of the number
"I" as he was the first of that sire line in Poland. Koheilan
I 1922 was repurchased in 1937 by the Hungarian State Stud for service at
Babolna where he was given the next in line number for the
"Koheilans" and became number "VIII". Thusly
both Koheilan I 1922 and Koheilan VIII can be found as names
in his descendants depending upon whether they came from Poland
or Hungary. In Poland Koheilan I 1922 left a very large number of race winners including
three winners of the Derby: the grey mare Ikwa (1931 Derby winner), the grey mare Jagoda (1932 Derby
winner) and the grey stallion Labirynt (1934 Derby winner).
Sorry, No Photo
of Koheilan Ad-Juze
is available to us at the time.
Ad-Juze was bred in the desert by the El Seba tribe of Anazeh
and imported to Hungary about 1880 where at the Royal State Stud at
founded the only male line through which any Arabian imported by Travelers
Rest traced, including the beautiful mare *Lassa
who is of influence in the pedigrees of Arieana's foundation
bloodstock. His tail male line descends in our pedigrees at
Arieana Arabians through Koheilan II 1887, sire of Koheilan IV-10
1905, sire of Koheilan I 1922.
1914 (Kohejlan d.b. x Pomponia 1902 by Zagloba), bay mare bred by Count Ladislaus
Dzieduszycki and foaled in 1914.
Zulejma 1914, along with her dam Pomponia 1902, were sold by
her breeder to Mr. Przewlocki and then again to the purebred
Arabian division of the Polish National Stud at Janow where
Zulejma 1914 founded a strong family. Among her produce were her
beautiful daughters *Lassa by
Koheilan I 1922 and Dziwa by Abu Melch. (Just as an aside,
Dziwa was also the dam of *Niwka imported by Travelers
Rest Arabian Stud in 1938 and also dam of the famous
stallion Ofir; neither of these two horses appear in the pedigrees of
Arieana's Arabians). Zulejma 1914 traces in tail female
and photos for this page were derived from the following sources:
Leslie. Personal Communication. San Juan Capistrano, California. March 13-14, 2006.
Dickinson, J.M., A Catalogue of Travelers Rest Arabian Horses
1947. Reprinted by the Arabian Horse Trust, Denver, Colorado.
1988. pp. 34, 121-123, 189, 197.
Edwards, Gladys Brown, A Photographic History of the Polish Arabian.
Arab Ink, Rockville, Maryland. 1978. pp. vii, 89-90, 120, 134.
Parkinson, Marsha. "Bask++". Arabians June 1984. Campbell Co. Inc., Lake Orion, Michigan. pp.