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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Ralet 759 liberty jumping in the show ring at Kellogg Ranch.

The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch – Part 13: The 1930 Foal Crop

By Carol Woodbridge Mulder. The 1930 foal crop of the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch at Pomona, California, consisted of 21 youngsters – the largest crop yet for the then five year old stud which had already gained wide recognition and fame. There were eleven fillies and ten colts which arrived from January through November with the six births during April making it the busiest month.

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