New Kuhaylat al-Ajuz filly

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on July 2nd, 2016 in General

Barakah Al Arab — fuzzy picture — was born on June 23, 2016, at 4.00 am, a tall filly by Wadd Al Arab (Triermain CF x Wisteria CF by  Triermain CF) out of Jadah BelloftheBall (aka “Belle”, by Invictus Al Krush x Belladonna CHF by Audobon CF). She will probably be grey.

She is a Kuhaylat al-‘Ajuz by strain, tracing to *Nufoud of the horses of King Abd al-Aziz of Saudi Arabia. She is the first “Sharp” (no Blunt/Crabbet blood in the pedigree) filly of that rare strain in fifteen years, the previous such filly being her own dam, born in 2002.  She is also my first “second-generation” foal, her sire Wadd having also been bred by me.

I plan to go see her on Sunday.


10 Responses to “New Kuhaylat al-Ajuz filly”

  1. Edouard, do you know if the Kuhaylat Ajuz is being bred by other preservationists without a lot on New Egyptian in them? I’m wondering if its as common anymore as for example the Seglawy Jedran seems to be these days.
    best wishes
    Bruce Peek p.s. congratulations

  2. It’s not. The other K. Ajuz line, that of Turfa is heavily infused with the Egypt blood of Fadl and Sirecho.

  3. Congratulations! Await photos impatiently!

  4. Congratulations my friend! … Bint Delingat’s filly is the first Tahawi K. Ajuz after her mother too but with the Egyptian blood involved of course … Hope to see yours … and you!

  5. Thank you Yasser, and I hope to see you too soon. In Colorado this summer inshallah?

  6. Congratulations Edouard! This is great news. You should be deservedly proud and I see that this filly’s pedigree is already in the ABDB!! Best wishes.

  7. Succeeded, congratulations Edouard!

    I hope, Barakah inherit the “bloody” markings of her dam.
    Good health for the filly and the breeder too!

    Any new photos?


  8. A filly!! How wonderful. Can’t wait to see the little one, as her mother is so special. I’m so happy for you.

  9. Splendid news, Edouard! Please keep posting photos – she’ll be one to watch!

  10. Let me add to the blessings for this filly!

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