Antez 448: The Versatile Arabian

By ‘The Horse Lover’ magazine (author unknown). A brief history of the progenitor of the Antez (Harara x Moliah) line; his sons and daughters are carrying on their great sire’s reputation in the show ring, and on the track. Antez (1921 chestnut stallion) was foaled in California from stock tracing entirely to the horses brought from the Arabian desert by Homer Davenport in 1906. His sire Harara and his dam Moliah had been bred at the Hingham Stock Farm in Massachusetts by Mr. Peter B. Bradley.

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Abu Farwa: His Influence on the Breed

By Arlene Magid. U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion Bey Shah+, once again was the leading sire of halter winners at the 1994 Scottsdale show. Undefeated racehorse and Scottsdale Reserve Grand Champion Stallion Kontiki, is a sire of stakes winning racehorses. U.S. National Cutting Champions Smooth Zee, Sanfari, Coe Zee Kat and Zee School Marm. What do all these horses have in common?

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