Annick Arabians standing Wilderness Storm
Bred by Prince Mohamed Ali, Cairo, Egypt. Imported from Egypt to United Kingdom Hense U.S. in
Dam of 7 reg. Purebred Arabian foals - including a set of twins in 1966.
1971 US National Champion Futurity Colt.
A twin to bay colt dynamo. Was dam to 5 reg. Purebred Arabian foals.
100% Sheykh Obeyd, 100% Egyptian, 100% Babson-Egyptian, 100% Al Khamsa, 100% Blue Star, Imported
to America in 1932
The very first purebred Arabian foal bred by Henry B. Babson, and arguable his best individual
sire ever. He is also remarkable in that he is the sire of 10 producers of National winners from only 55 registered get. 50%
Bred by Henry B. Babson, Chicago, Illinoise. Sire of twenty-three registered purebred Arabian
Foals. Legion of Merit Winner.
IBN Moniet El Nefous
Strain is Saklawi Jedran IBN Sudan. His get: 11 National winner US National Champion Western
Pleasure, US Top Ten Futurity Colt, 17 produced National Winners
Winner Jr. Div. Concord Mt. Diablo Endurance Ride Sept. 1947. Sire of 50 reg. purebred Arabian
Moniet El Nefous
Strain: Saklawi Jedran IBN Sudan. Breed by Royal Agricultural Society. Dam of more National
winner producers than any other EAO based mare. One of the most influential mares in the Arabian breed.
Imported to Us from Egypt in 1965. Sire of 207 reg. foals. 56 in Egypt. Saklawi Jedran IBN
Sudan strain. Started as a race horse, but put to stud after neck injury. Shown for the first time in 1966, Concidered a living
Legend. Much More, no room.
1959 National Top 10 Stallion, leading Sire of Champions. Sire of 107 reg. purebred foals.
and one reg. part Arabian.
K. Farouk Sheykh Obeyd 25% Crabbet
Imported in 1932 and sold in 1949 after breaking a leg. National Champion Arabian Show 1933
Imported by W.K. Kellogg in 1926. Sire of 135 reg. purebred Arab. foals. He was one of the
few Arabians with the talent of being able to rack. National Champion Stallion.
Rashad IBN Nazeer
Imported to US in 1958 from EAO. Sheykh Obeyed, Heirloom, Straight Egyptian Arabian
Imported to US in 1928. She was both an English and American Champion. She won several times
in England and was champion mare at the National Arabian Show in Nashville Tenn. in 1933. She was also registered in the Jockey
Club Book as # 5465
Bred by W.K. Kellogg. Sire of 62 reg. purebred Arabian Foals. Excelled as a 5-gaited horse.
50% Sheykh Obeyd, He was among the fastest and best racehorses in Egypt.
Imported from Poland to England in 1913, was later owned by Lady Wentworth of Crabbet Park
Stud in Sussex, England. There he made an indelible mark on the Arabian Horse all over the world. He is concidered both Pure
Polish, and Straight Crabbet.
Bred by the Saudi Royal Family in the Royal Stud at Khorma. While she is reg. as a Kuhaylah
al Khorma, she is actually an Abayyah al Humah, it was a mistranslation.