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Saba, Poka, & Sankirah
Saba (left), Poka (middle), Sankirah (right) in pasture at Jewett Farm in Arlington, Indiana. Summer 1927.



Leafy Bullet Saba Leafy Bullet
AHR #437

Color: Chestnut
Sex: Mare
Foaled: May 7, 1921

Sire: *Deyr (Desert Bred x Desert Bred)

Dam: *Haffia (Hamdani of the Anazeh x *Abeyah)

Breeder: Peter Bradley
Hingham Stock Farm
Hingham, Massachusetts

Dam of 15 registered purebred Arabian foals (6 colts and 9 fillies) including her daughter Taba, dam of the stallion Alnaschar (grandsire of Saidi), who was of mid-pedigree influence in the foundation bloodstock of Arieana Arabians.

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From our Arieana Notebook: Straight Davenport. Saba, full sister to the stallion Harara who sired Antez, was one of a group of eleven Arabians purchased in 1929 from Charles W. Jewett of Indianapolis for the W.K. Kellogg Ranch of Pomona, California, where she served admirably and profitably for many years as a broodmare. Although Saba was considered short-legged and only of average quality, she produced foals somewhat larger and better than herself. Saba is also noted as the dam of two foals (Sanad and Hasah) who  "... had a natural slow-gait [amble] that made a comfortable ride" by Herbert H. Reese in his book The Kellogg Arabians (p. 195). Mary Jane Parkinson in her book The Kellogg Arabian Ranch: The First Sixty Years writes that Saba was sold to G.A. Schilling, Chicago, in 1936; to Van Vleet Arabian Stud in 1939; to Dr. or Mrs. Gordon Dutt of Great Falls, Montana in 1941; to Walter C. or Nita G. Robbin of Big Fork, Montana in 1945. Saba died May 1, 1948 at age 27 (p. 511).

In addition to being of mid-pedigree influence in our treasured gelding Ashan Adar, of special note and interest to us at Arieana Arabians is Saba's son Sabab (x Tabab), a foundation stallion William Randolph Hearst's purebred Arabian breeding program at San Simeon, a sire for Elliot Roosevelt, and one of the few purebred Arabians known to exist in modern purebred Morgan pedigrees through his prize-winning daughter Princess Sabab. A photo of Sabab can be seen on Joon's page; Sabab is the chestnut stallion standing in the middle of the group of stallions photographed at San Simeon, circa 1937. For more information on Mr. Hearst's Morgan horses and his role in the development of the Morab as a breed registry, please see the article: The Morab Beginnings.

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Pedigree of Saba AHR #437

Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
*Deyr
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Desert Bred
Saba AHR #437
Desert Bred
Hamdani of
the Anazeh
*Haffia 45
Desert Bred
*Abeyah 39
Desert Bred
Sire Line: *Deyr (Abeyan Sherrak) (Imported by Davenport)
Tail Female: *Abeyah (Abeyan Sherrak) (Imported by Davenport)

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For more information on Saba or or to see for yourself how her influence lives on today 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 January 2, 2006. Revised February 12, 2006. Updated with new information and Current as of September 1,  2012..