Desert bred stallion *Muson in a new photo

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on December 3rd, 2012 in General

I had never seen this one of him. From the Davenport Project on Facebook. Titled: “Muson at the New Jersey State Fair, 1907”

 

5 Responses to “Desert bred stallion *Muson in a new photo”

  1. We hadn’t seen it, either! Excited to have another….

  2. I just put this up on the Conservancy website (holidays are really interfering with my intentions of uploading more content, alas).

  3. That website also has a picture of Letan his son. Letan easily looks to be equal to if not better conformed than Sameh, one of my favorite Eygyptian stallions. I’m wondering how have the Davenport Hamdany Simri stallions done crossed off of run of the mill american domestic arabs?
    Best wishes
    Bruce Peek

  4. 1906 not a bad year for imports.
    *Muson shows strong in the Krush.

    Any way, I think so, especially in the early ones. Although Mansur Al Krush really shows his way as a colt. Very extreme look, one I really liked to ride. Tybalt was very much a *Muson type. The deeper bred or line bred look kept some of this look with the Krush. However, Daraned has changed some influence as did El Al Alamein. That being in June.
    As I line breed today or prior The Krush will and did show a very different look, the deeper I got. JMH/Bedouin Arabians

  5. I have avoided favebook like tha plague but you’re starting to tempt me!!

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