Hujjah of desert-bred Shuwaymat Sabbah from Tai (b. 1978)

“I, shaykh Mohammad al-Abd al-Razzaq al-Ta’i, testify, and my testimony is before God Most High, that the mare whose strain and marbat is Shuwaymat Sabbah and with the following description: [her] color [is] black, her age ten years old

is from our horses, from the horses of the Tai, protected, without any impurities, her sire is the horse of Juhayyim, and he is Krush, and protected; the sire of her dam is the same horse, Krush Juhayyim, he is protected, and is from the horses of the Tai; the sire of her grand-dam is the horse of Juhayyim,  al-Hayfi, and he is protected;

She is well known and bred [by us] one generation after the other, and protected, and upon this we testify before God, and God has custody of what we say.

Shaykh Mohammad al-’Abd al-Razzaq al-Nayif al-Ta’i, shaykh of the tribes of Tai [seal and signature]

02/29/1988

Syria – [province of al-Hasakah] – [distrcit of] al-Qamishli

Endnote: The mare is owned by Shaykh Mohammad al-’Abd al-Razzaq al-Nayif al-Ta’i.” [end of translation]

3 Responses to “Hujjah of desert-bred Shuwaymat Sabbah from Tai (b. 1978)”

  1. In the context of the hujjah, what does “protected” mean? Is this a physical process carried out?

  2. No it is not physical, it means that the mare was not exposed to unknown blood. “Safeguarded” is a better term than “protected”.

  3. By the way, the sire of the dam of the Krush of Juhayyim was the Haifi stallion of Juhayyim which means that this mare has three crosses to the Haifi stallion of Juhayyim

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