New Mare

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on May 31st, 2014 in General

CSA Baroness Lady, a 1999 Ma’naqiyah Sbayliyah, joined the Al-Dahdah herd yesterday from her breeder Carol Stone.  Oh, how I love this strain, and could write pages and pages of non-stop praise for it. This is the tail female of Milanne, Ferseyn, Farana, Amber Satin, and other American greats, back to *Ferida of Lady Anne Blunt. She will be bred this year to a stallion to be determined.

csa baroness lady


8 Responses to “New Mare”

  1. Congrats. Lovely mare.

  2. So did the Sbayliyahs’ descend from the hadruj- that is were they formed as a marbat from the Hadruj? Also didn’t the Ufaytan( sp) develop later on from the Hadruj. IIRC before Jeanne Craver got married to Charles she bred milanne line Muniqis. The reason I ask is that I have a quarab whose Kellog lineage has Ferana the spade bit stock horse. Also I see that Baroness has quite a bit of New Eygyptian including a couple of lines to Alaa el Din the Kuhaylan Rodan noted for passing on good ridng conformation.
    best wishes
    Bruce Peek

  3. Bruce you’re becoming a strain wizard! Yes the Sbaili is a marbat of the Hadruj, and the Ufaytan is another more recent marbat of the Hadruj.

  4. Hi, Bruce. No, I had the Ydrissa line through Sirrulla, not the Farana line. Lovely horses, and I loved the combination with Davenport desert lines.

  5. So was Ydrissa to another tail female muniqi, or did she go to ferida as well, somewhat like the Bint Rissla, Bint Riyalla(sp)both founding branches of the Rodania line?
    best wishes
    Bruce Peek

  6. To Haidee (GSB), dam of *Naomi.

  7. Wow! all the way back to Haidee. Wasn’t she one of the first Arabs of Randolph Huntington? That would put her in the late 1890’s or so, I think. All the way back to the very earliest organized arab breeding.. Very Cool.
    best wishes
    Bruce Peek

  8. Yes, that’s right. *Naomi (Haidee’s daughter) was Huntington’s foundation mare, based on Capt. Upton’s importation from the tribes in the 1870s. Way back!

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