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#1 AA Wish

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Posted 07 October 2014 - 12:20 AM

Does anyone has any info or pictures of *Daad (Alla El Din x Enayat)


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Posted 09 October 2014 - 10:43 PM

The uploader isn't working or I would add a pic of *Daad. Instead I will just include a link to a posted photo: http://photos1.blogg...00/daad1970.jpg

 

*Daad (Alaa El Din x Enayat by *Morafic, 1970 grey mare) was imported from Egypt by Donald Ford (Lancer Arabians) in 1973. She had six foals:

*Ibn Seef (x Seef, 1974 grey stallion, imported in utero) - 52 foals

Nagwa Fouad (x *Asadd++, 1975 chestnut mare) - 2 foals, both stallions

Nadya Fouad (x *Sultann, 1976 chestnut mare) - 6 foals, no breeding age female descendents

Daadsona (x *Sultann, 1977 chestnut mare) - died @ 7 days of age

Istifham (x *Asadd++, 1979 chestnut stallion) - died @ 8 months of age

Akhtiaree (x *Asadd++, 1980 grey mare) - exported, 5 foals


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Posted 10 October 2014 - 01:51 PM

The uploader isn't working or I would add a pic of *Daad. Instead I will just include a link to a posted photo: http://photos1.blogg...00/daad1970.jpg

 

*Daad (Alaa El Din x Enayat by *Morafic, 1970 grey mare) was imported from Egypt by Donald Ford (Lancer Arabians) in 1973. She had six foals:

*Ibn Seef (x Seef, 1974 grey stallion, imported in utero) - 52 foals

Nagwa Fouad (x *Asadd++, 1975 chestnut mare) - 2 foals, both stallions

Nadya Fouad (x *Sultann, 1976 chestnut mare) - 6 foals, no breeding age female descendents

Daadsona (x *Sultann, 1977 chestnut mare) - died @ 7 days of age

Istifham (x *Asadd++, 1979 chestnut stallion) - died @ 8 months of age

Akhtiaree (x *Asadd++, 1980 grey mare) - exported, 5 foals

 

I saw  Daad (1970) at Lancers (they lives c.1 mile from us in Florida) She was a v ery correct mare, lots of substance

and excellent mover. She died in 1982..

 

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Posted 10 October 2014 - 09:26 PM

Thanks for the info. 

 

Zeplinsmom, you had perked my interest in JJ's bottom female lineon the other forum.  But when I searched for info I couldn't find any pics or information about her. 

 

Thanks Hansi, it's great hearing from someone that has actually seen her. :)

 

Now another question..... Akhtiaree was the great granddam of my stallion....where was she imported to?


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Posted 11 October 2014 - 08:57 PM

Thanks for the info. 

 

Zeplinsmom, you had perked my interest in JJ's bottom female lineon the other forum.  But when I searched for info I couldn't find any pics or information about her. 

 

Thanks Hansi, it's great hearing from someone that has actually seen her. :)

 

Now another question..... Akhtiaree was the great granddam of my stallion....where was she imported to?


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Posted 11 October 2014 - 09:01 PM

 

Thanks for the info. 

 

Zeplinsmom, you had perked my interest in JJ's bottom female lineon the other forum.  But when I searched for info I couldn't find any pics or information about her. 

 

Thanks Hansi, it's great hearing from someone that has actually seen her. :)

 

Now another question..... Akhtiaree was the great granddam of my stallion....where was she imported to?

 

 

 

 

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My records show that Akhtiaree (1980) was exported to Israel in 1994


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Posted 13 October 2014 - 02:40 PM

Hansi, thanks for the info.


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Posted 15 October 2014 - 11:42 PM

I saw  Daad (1970) at Lancers (they lives c.1 mile from us in Florida) She was a v ery correct mare, lots of substance

and excellent mover. She died in 1982..

 

Hansi

Hi Hansi,

 

I always loved that photo of *Daad but never saw her.

I really appreciate you sharing your impression of her --

I'd expect her to be substantial and be an excellent mover,

being a maternal sister to *Sakr. 

 

Hope you are doing well & thanks for the memories of *Daad!

 

Best,

 

JillE






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