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Raad | Raaf | Rabiyas | Rabiyat | Rafeef | *Raffles | Rahas | Rahmoun |
Raja-Al-Mustakbal | *Rajwa | *Ramim | *Rasafa | Rasarah | Raschida | *Raseyn | Raseyna | Rasim | *Rasima | Rayik | Rayya | Rehal | Rejeb | Riada | Ribal | Ridaa |
*Rifala | *Rifla Rifnas | Rijm | *Rijma | Rim | Risala Rissla | *Rissletta |
Risslina | Riyala | *Rizvan | Roaba | Roabrah | *Rodan | *Rokhsa | Ronek |
Rosa Rugosa | Rose of Hind | Rose of Jericho | *Rose of Sharon | Rosemary |
Roshana | *Rossana | Rossdin | Rustem

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Rabiyas

Leafy Bullet Rabiyas Leafy Bullet
AHR #1236

Color: Chestnut
Sex: Stallion
Foaled: May 15, 1936

Sire: Rahas (Gulastra x Raad by Sidi)

Dam: Rabiyat (Rehal x *Rokhsa by *Nasik)

Breeder: W.R. Brown
Maynesboro Arabian Stud
Berlin, New Hampshire

Sire of 106 registered purebred Arabian foals here in the United States and also in South Africa. His Kellogg-bred son Abu Farwa and daughter Rasarah are both of mid-pedigree influence in the foundation horses of Arieana's CMK Arabians.

From our Arieana Notebook: There are simply not enough words nor space on this website to describe the inspiration and influence Rabiyas has had on our CMK Heritage breeding program here in Southern California at Arieana Arabians. As the descending next-in-line son of Rahas, Rabiyas carried forward this highly-valued branch of our Mesaoud linebreeding program with his quality and substance, good temperament, and excellent action.

Herbert H. Reese, commenting on Rabiyas in his book The Kellogg Arabians, mentions that he was an honest performer at any task for which he was trained. Rabiyas was shown as a five-gaited saddle horse in the Kellogg Sunday Shows and was a well-conformed individual of striking presence, elegance, and talent. His slow gait was stylish, his walk fast, and his canter slow and easy; in short he was one of the best working Arabians ever trained for five gaits. In total Rabiyas embodied all that we at Arieana Arabians believe in as we strive to perpetuate those qualities and traits so needed to excel in the Sport Horse endeavors of the show ring, at the track, out on the endurance trails, or for family pleasure riding and companionship.

Rabiyas, the last foal bred by W.R. Brown, was purchased in-utero with his dam Rabiyat from the Maynesboro Dispersal Sale late Fall 1935 by Mr. W.K. Kellogg and was foaled the following Spring at the Kellogg Ranch, Pomona, California. Rabiyas served the Kellogg Ranch program both as an outstanding sire and as a performer in their Sunday Shows. He was sold during the Remount Dispersal in October, 1949 to Donald C. and Charles H. McKenna of Claremont, California. In 1954, he was sold again, this time his new home was in Cape Province, South Africa with P.J. Van der Merwe where Rabiyas established yet another dynasty of show champions renowned for their five-gaited ability, a popular class in the show rings of South Africa.

Meanwhile his progeny and their descends here in the United States were establishing themselves as strong competitors in the show ring as well as Endurance Horses Supreme starting with the amazing feats of his son Damascus (x Rayza), winner of the grueling Vermont Trail Ride. His son Abu Farwa established a dynasty of his own and his name and influence is still sought in pedigrees today. 

Rabiyas, true to the genetic trait for longevity renowned of this sireline, lived to be over 30 years old.

Sources:
Edwards, Gladys Brown. The Arabian: War Horse to Show Horse. Arabian Horse Trust of America, Denver, Colorado. 1980. p. 234

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.
p. 509

Reese, Herbert H. in collaboration with Edwards, Gladys Brown. The Kellogg Arabians: Their Background and Influence. Borden Publishing Company, Alhambra, California. 1958. pp. 163-165.

Pedigree of Rabiyas AHR #1236

*Astraled 238
Gulastra 521
Gulnare 278
Rahas 651
Sidi 223
Raad 474
*Rijma 346
Rabiyas AHR #1236
Sidi 223
Rehal 504
*Ramim 348
Rabiyat 577
Nasik GSB 539
*Rokhsa 351
Rokhama GSB 515
Sire Line: Zobeyni (Abbas Pasha) through  (Blunt) Mesaoud
Tail Female: Rodania (Blunt) (Kuhaylan Rudan)

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For more information on Rabiyas 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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