WAHO Investigation and Inspection of the Additional Horses
Submitted by the Syrian Stud Book Authorities. 23 – 29 July 2002


Picture of a Syrian Arabian Stallion.


REPORT OF THE WAHO INVESTIGATION AND INSPECTION COMMITTEE VISIT TO SYRIA, JULY 2002

 

WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee Members

 

Dr. Hans Nagel, Vice-President of WAHO (Chairman) 

Mr. Basil Jadaan, Executive Committee Member  (Advisor & Pedigree Expert)

Dr. Abu Bakre El Arifi, Executive Committee Member     

Mrs. Val Bunting, Executive Committee Member    

Katrina Murray, WAHO Executive Secretary

 

OFFICIAL REPRESENTATION IN SYRIA

 

This investigation was accomplished with the direct assistance of the following officials of the Syrian Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, together with officials of the Syrian Arabian Horse Bureau, officials of the regional Ministry Directorates in the Provinces, members of the Arabian Horse Care Committee, and members of the Syrian Equestrian Federation.  To all of them we extend our sincere thanks. 

 

Arabian Horse Care Committee

 

President of Committee:  

H.E. The Minister of Agriculture, Professor Dr. Nour Elddin Mona

Vice President of Committee:   

H.E. Mr. Hassan Ibrahim

Committee Members:

Mr Mohammed Al Wadi (Director of Horse Bureau)

Mr. Basil Jadaan;  Sheikh Hassan Al Nassif;  Mr. Moustafa Al-Jabri;  

Mr. Mohammed Abed Suleiman Al-Rhayel; Mr. Fayed Darwish;

Mr. Adnan Al-Khani; Mr. Mohammad Hisham Al-Ghorieb;

Mr. Mohammed Mohammed

 

Field Investigation Committee to survey previously non-registered Arabian Horses in The Syrian Arab Republic:

 

Eng. Amin Al Zarqan             Arab Horses Bureau                                      Chief

Replaced due to ill health  by Eng. Mr. Ghayath Al-Shayeb                         Chief

Eng. Hisham Al Khani   Arab Horses Bureau                                      Member

Eng. Haitham Daia                 Arab Horses Bureau                                      Member

Head of Horses Section at Directorates of Agriculture (Mohafada)                  Member

Representatives of Farmers Union (Mohafada)                                          Member

Arabian Horse Specialist at the Governorates  (Mohafada)                              Member

Member of the Arabian Horse Committee at the Ministry of Agriculture              Member

 


Local experts:

Directorate Name   Names of Local Experts

Dara’a                          Sedki Al Zourekat                  Hasan Raji Al Naasan

Aleppo                         Kamal Abdel Khaleq               Radwan Shabarek

Damascus                     Fayek Al Hakeem                   Nader Karkoush

Homs                           Ahmad Ghalyoun                      Fawaz Al Rajab

Deir Ezzor                    Eklah Al Hanshoul                  Shaker Saleh Mahmoud

Tartous             Charbel Farah Farah                  Awni Al Mokadam

Qunietra                       Tahan Mahmmoud Tahan   Ghaleb Albakari

Hama                           Mohammed Al Khani               Akram Taifour

Idleb                            Hasan Al Nairabi                    Mohammed Gouma’a Soultan

Al Hasaka                    Farhan Al Bello                        Najem Abdullah Elhemiari

Latakia                         Mohammad Mohammad            Nawaf Fadel King

Sweida                         Daher Al Shaeer                     Souleman Alabdullah

Al Raqah                      Ahmed Homolat Elmatar

 

Rebuttal Committee

 

President of Committee:   HE Minister of Agriculture, Prof. Dr. Nour Elddin Mona

Dr. Mostapha Boulad

Mr. Mohammed Al-Wadi

Mr. Ameen bin Mahmood Al Zarqan

Mr. Basil Jadaan

Mr. Moustafa Al-Jabri

Mr. Adnan Al-Khani

Sheikh Hassan Al Nassif

Eng. Mr. Ghayath Al-Shayeb

and the Heads of the Arabian Horse Divisions in the Provinces

 

In particular, during the visit of the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee, we were accompanied and assisted by the following people to whom we extend our additional thanks.

 

Mr. Mohammad Al Wadi                            Director, Syrian Arabian Horse Bureau

Eng. M. Ghayath Al-Shayab                         Head of Field Investigation team

Mr. Waleed Khazna                                     Registry Official

Mr. Mohammed Abed Suleiman Al-Rhayel            Regional Manager, Al Hassaka

Mr. Adnan Al-Khani                                       Head of Syrian Equestrian Federation

Mr. Isam Haj Hasan                                       Translator

 


DIARY OF EVENTS

 

·        Tuesday 23 July

Visit to stables of private breeder Mr. Mahmoud Al Anzarouti,  Damascus

Wednesday 24 July

Meeting with the Minister of Agriculture, Prof. Dr. Nour Elddin Mona

Visit to the Arabian Horse Bureau (Registry Office) – Damascus

Visit to stables of private breeder Mr. Mohammad Hamsho, Damascus

Visit to stables of private breeder Mr. Sami Al Attar, Damascus

Visit to The Centre of Martyr Basil Hafez Al-Assad of Asil Arabian Horses (Syrian Arabian State Stud),  Damascus

Visit to stables of private breeder Mr. Mohammad Sa'eed Al-Za'eem, Arabian Horse Information Centre, Damascus.

·        Thursday 25 July

Flew to Al Qamishli, Al Jazirah Province

Morning Visit to Al Sheikh Muhamad Abdull Razaq Al Ta’ai,  Al Qamishli

Noon Visit to Al Sheikh Mezer Ojail Abdull Kareem, Shammar, Al Hassaka

Evening Visit to Al Sheikh Hemed Al-Daham Al Jarba, Shammar, Al Qamishli

Discussions with tribal elders and horse historians regarding the history in Syria of the Bedouin tribes and their horses, with particular reference to strains.

·        Friday 26 July

Flew back to Damascus

Meeting of WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee

Visited Al Sahra Stables of private breeder Mr. Hisham Al Ghorieb, Damascus

Meeting with members of Arabian Horse Bureau and Investigation Committee

·        Saturday 27 July

Dr. Hans-J. Nagel departed for Germany

Meeting at Arabian Horse Bureau

Visited stables of private breeder Mr Saleh Khaddam Al Srouji, Damascus

Drove to Aleppo.

Meeting with Mr. Mustafa Al Jabri, Arabian horse owner and breeder and member of Arabian Horse Care Committee

·        Sunday 28 July

Visited Al Jabri stables, Aleppo

Visted Hama and met with local Ministry of Agriculture and Equestrian Federation representatives.

Drove to Homs.  Visited stables of private breeders Sheikh Hassan Al Nassif and Sheikh Abdul-Mohsen Al Naemi, Homs.

Drove back to Damascus

·        Monday 29 July

Final meeting at Arabian Horse Bureau, Damascus

Departure of Dr. Abu Bakr El Arifi, Val Bunting and Katrina Murray

 

The Members of the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee hereby extend their heartfelt thanks to all the owners and breeders whose homes and farms we visited, not only for their generosity and hospitality, but in particular for sharing with us their undoubted passion for the purebred Arabian horses of Syria.

   


Picture of Sayfieh.  1988 grey mare.  Strain: Ma'anaghieh Sayfieh of Abou Saifain.


HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

 

Syria is a traditional home-land of the purebred Arabian horse.  For several centuries, successive waves of migrations of the Bedouin horse-breeding tribes have come and settled in the fertile lands in the country we now know as The Syrian Arab Republic, in particular to the areas known as Badiat Ash Sham and Al Jazirah, the latter being between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers These tribes and clans originated mainly from Yemen, the northern Nejd and Al Hijaz.  These tribes included the Shammar; the Tai; the Enezah with its clans the Fedaan, the Sebaa, the Hasna, the Ruwala and the Weld Ali; the Hadideen; the Al Jboor, the Al Mawali, the Al Naim, the Iqaidat and many others.  They brought their horses with them and have continued to breed them according to their particular tribe, clan or family’s strains and sub-strains, so the historical link is very strong as many of the horses are still bred by descendants of the founders of their strain to this day. 

 

To quote from the introduction to the Syrian Stud Book Volume 1 “Lineal descent, traceable to the origin, was sacred to the Arabs, arising from their belief that mental and physical qualities are genetically inherited.  The continuation and safety of the race depends upon the retention and strengthening of these traits.  This principle was adopted to ensure their future and was applied as rigorously to the Arabian horse to safeguard its heritage.  The Arabs were proud of their horses’ purity and would learn by heart their pedigrees, keeping them as if they were their own.  The Arabs were so keen to preserve this purity that they never allowed a purebred mare to be impregnated except by a purebred stallion, under strict conditions, observed by the owners and trusted witnesses, even though such an act may have had to wait for years to be performed.”

 

Therefore the majority of the known Arabian strains, together with their sub-strains, are represented in Syria to this day. such as the Keheileh, the Saglawieh, the Shweimah, the Hadbaa, the Dahmaa, the Obayah, the Ma’anaghieh, the Hamdanieh.  However the strain name alone is not considered sufficient identification in Syria.  Verification of the origin and purity of a mare requires affiliation to one of these strains and also attribution to the owner.  Thus, to give just a few examples, strains found in Syria include Saglawieh Jedranieh, Saglawieh Shaifieh, Shweimeh Sabbah, Obayah Sharakieh, Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh, Keheilet Ajuz Ibn Jleidan, Keheileh Da’ajanieh Kashra, Keheilet Krush Al Baida, Hamdanieh Ibn Ghorab, Hamdanieh Semrieh, Dahmaa Amer and so on. 

 

It is a matter of historical fact, and one of great pride to the modern owners, that Arabian horses from Syria have been exported all over the world, ever since the earliest visits by horse-buying expeditions from the west, and can be found as foundation stock in nearly every major Arabian stud book in the world.  The history of these exports is more than well documented so will not be repeated in this report.

 

 


GENERAL BACKGROUND TO THIS INVESTIGATION

 

At the 1998 WAHO Conference in Bahrain, Mr. Basil Jadaan informed the Executive Committee that WAHO’s approval of the Syrian stud book in 1990, following several years of investigative work by the Syrian Ministry of Agriculture and Arabian Horse Care Committee since 1984, had been of enormous importance in Syria.  He then explained that there was known to be a group of horses which had not been included in the first Syrian stud book.  It was believed that these horses would have all the same documentation and provenance as the accepted horses, but they had not been presented for registration by their owners in the 1980s, for a number of reasons.  Many of these people were from rural areas and from the traditional Bedouin horse-breeding and strain-owning families, who initially had not fully grasped the function of a stud book and feared their horses might be seized by the government or that they would somehow lose control over the provenance of their own horses.  However, once the first stud book was published they did start to appreciate its purpose, and they also understood that the Government would not take any actions which would be detrimental to their horses or disadvantageous to themselves.  They were therefore now prepared to present their horses for registration.

 

The Executive Committee therefore agreed in principle that Syria should go ahead and thoroughly investigate all previously unregistered horses, and should present its case to WAHO, subject to a final visit to Syria by a WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee.  One of the considerations behind this decision was the WAHO principle of justice, of inclusion rather than exclusion and the support that WAHO gives to individual Arabian horse owners and breeders through their respective Registries.  This decision was supported by the General Assembly at Bahrain in 1998, when they voted not to close the world’s Arabian horse stud books to new desert bred horses, until the investigations of any additional acceptable horses were completed.

 

From 1998 to 2002 the WAHO Office kept in close contact with the Syrian Arabian Horse Bureau as they undertook the extensive and time-consuming task of investigating the additional horses that were presented to them for registration.  Finally, in the spring and summer of 2002, the work in Syria was completed and a visit was made by the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee as detailed in this Report.  In accordance with WAHO rules, the WAHO committee’s travel and accommodation expenses during their busy trip were met by the Syrian Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform.

 

It should be noted that all the arguments which were brought forward by the Syrian Delegates in Bahrain in 1998 were confirmed in all meetings which the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee had during their visits to various places and discussions with different owners and breeders.  In particular, discussions with the Bedouin breeders in Al Jazirah were very interesting, as they showed clearly that these owners were convinced in their own minds about the purity of their horses, mainly due to the fact that they were a heritage from their ancestors.  Some of their arguments and reasoning were extremely simple but straightforward, and both together conveyed a convincing impression of integrity and honesty.

 


THE SYRIAN ARABIAN HORSE STUD BOOKS

 

The Syrian stud book authority, The Arabian Horse Bureau, is a Directorate of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform.  The current Director of the Arabian Horse Bureau, Mr. Mohammed Al Wadi, answers directly to the Minister of Agriculture, Professor Dr. Nour Elddin Mona. 

 

The WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee were well aware that the Syrian Stud Books, of which there are now four published volumes, are unique in the world.  The introduction to Volume One gives a complete and detailed explanation of the methods used to register the foundation horses in that stud book, a method which has been followed with all subsequent registrations, and has been adapted and strengthened for the investigations into the previously unregistered horses.  Each entry for each horse presents a complete record, giving not only the registered name but also the full strain of each horse in the pedigree, together with all the owners of all the horses in the pedigree at the time of registration.

 

This traditional method of retaining strain-names and sub-strain names, which are each specifically linked to particular families within the Bedouin horse-breeding tribes in Syria is a priceless historical record and is of great value to pedigree researchers all over the world.  To delete all this information for the additional horses by just using the term ‘desert bred’ for unregistered antecedents, when known and certified pedigrees are in existence, was considered to be unnecessary and detrimental.  It was therefore agreed that Syria could maintain the same format for the additional horses, when accepted, and for their future stud books.

 

Following the 1998 WAHO Conference in Bahrain, the Syrian Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform passed a Ministerial Decree in order to set in motion the detailed rules needed for the investigations into accepting previously unregistered Arabian horses.   The existing Arabian Horse Care Committee remained in charge, and an additional Investigation Committee was formed which included sub-committees and local Arabian horse experts for each Province, and a Rebuttal Committee. 

 

Advertisements were placed in newspapers and on the television, notifying owners and breeders of the proposed investigations into any eligible unregistered pure bred horses.   For the past four years individuals from these committees, which come directly under the authority of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, have been travelling all over Syria, examining documents and taking sworn statements from the owners of the subject horses.  (See Appendix A).

 

The officials working for the Ministry were very strict with their requirements.  They asked for detailed statements and written provenance for every subject horse submitted.  This included covering certificates and sworn witnessed statements for the provenance of every horse within three generations and a ‘hojja’, which is an Arabic hand written sworn statement of authentication containing a pedigree certified by signatures, thumb prints, seals and stamps. These statements are all required to be certified as true by swearing on the Koran. 

 

Of the horses investigated, many were rejected by the Syrian committees for a variety of reasons; for example those with pedigrees which could not be proven; not tracing to known strains that could be certified by the strain owner, in other words the dam-line of every horse within the three generations had to go back to the original breeder’s family and any interruption in the chain of ownership would mean rejection; incorrect identification; contradiction of evidence; missing information, and so on.  The committee members interviewed every single applicant by visiting each area (province) and going to every village in which the horses were located.  As there are many thousands of such villages in Syria, it will be appreciated that this procedure took nearly four years, and involved the head of the Field Investigation team, Eng. M. Ghayath Al-Shayeb, in an almost continuous 18 months of travel, with 15 different major field trips.  Syria is a very large country, and on most days he would drive some 400 kilometres. 

 

The first step was for the regional committees to meet with each owner or breeder who had submitted a request for registration.  Every owner or breeder who submitted information was interviewed, and his verbal statements were then checked against written documents.  Any contradictions between written and verbal evidence resulted in rejection.

 

Having visited the horse owners and taken the first statements and collected the first documents, done the markings and photographed the horses, a further visit would be made later, to independently corroborate witness statements, to interview any person who had signed any form, and to check with strain owners that the details of the chain of ownership were correct.  Once this was satisfactorily completed, the blood samples would be taken and shipped to Germany for blood-typing and, where possible, parent verification.

 

Finally a detailed pedigree for all horses which passed the stringent acceptance procedures was prepared, ready to present to the WAHO Inspection and Investigation Committee.  For this report, the new horses have been given registration numbers with the Prefix B, to differentiate them from previously registered horses whose registration numbers starts with the prefix A.  It should be noted that horses further back in pedigrees, some of which date back to the 1940’s, have not been given registration numbers.

 

The pedigrees were studied by the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee.  It soon became evident noticed that some of the horses concerned were the produce of previously registered horses.  Others had one ‘new’ parent and one which was previously registered.  A further group had one parent previously registered and the other unegistered.  In addition, detailed study or published Syrian stud books showed that a great many of the new horses were either closely related to previously registered horses, in some cases full siblings, or had previously registered horses further back within their pedigrees.  A detailed analysis has therefore been carried out of the numbers of totally new horses; the produce of one registered parent and one non registered parent; the produce of one registered parent and one newly registered parent or of two newly registered parents; and those that might be termed late registrations.  This is shown in the table at the end of this Report (Appendix B), which it is hoped will be self-explanatory.


MEETING WITH THE MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE H.E. PROF. DR. NOUR ELDDIN MONA

 

On the morning of Wednesday 24th July, His Excellency The Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, Professor Dr. Nour Elddin Mona, met the members of the WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee together with Mr. Basil Jadaan and members of the Syrian Horse Care Committee, headed by Mr Mohammed Al Wadi, Director of the Arabian Horse Bureau.  Also present were members of regional Ministry of Agriculture directorates and the Head of the Syrian Equestrian Federation.

 

The Minister confirmed his support of the work being done by the Arabian Horse Care Committee to approve registration of new horses that had been omitted from the previous stud books and thanked WAHO for their support.  However, he expressed his concerns that the Arabian Horse Care Committee had rejected a very high percentage of the horses presented for registration, and in particular that the Rebuttal committee had also refused a number of appeals.  He had received a number of complaints regarding these refusals when visiting the provincial offices of his Ministry, and believed from the evidence he had heard that some of these rejections were unfair and should be re-considered.  Dr. Hans-J. Nagel explained that the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee would be willing, if required, to look into all the appeals in conjunction with the members of the Syrian Investigation Committee and Arabian Horse Bureau.  He made it clear that the WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee were there to make every effort to ensure a thorough and detailed consideration had been made for every horse, as this was the last chance that Syria had to include previously unregistered but eligible Arabian horses.

 

The Minister again explained that the people who had not initially presented their horses for registration were mainly from traditional rural communities of Bedouin horse-breeding and strain-owning families, who initially had not fully grasped the function of a stud book and feared their horses might be seized by the government or that they would somehow lose control of their own horses.  This was a comment we heard time and time again from many different people throughout our visit.

 

The meeting concluded with the Minister confirming his support for the purebred Arabian horses of Syria, and for the World Arabian Horse Organization.

 


VISITS TO THE SYRIAN ARABIAN HORSE BUREAU

 

The members of the WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee first visited the Arab Horse Bureau on Wednesday 24 July after their visit with the Minister of Agriculture.

 

Basil Jadaan and Mr. Mohammed Al Wadi explained in detail the full procedures, rules and committee structures that had been put into place to investigate the previously unregistered horses during the past four years.  They explained that the common interest was more important than individual interests, because the Syrian Government considered the Arabian Horses to be part of the Syrian national heritage.  He added that they are not only the treasures of the owners, but also of the country and of the world Arabian horse community. 

 

The Arabian Horse Care Committee had decided to effect very strict rules for acceptance, as indeed there had been for the acceptance of horses into Volume One, to secure the future of the purebred Arabian horses of Syria, so that only those with full provenance would be registered and breed on into the future.  They felt that the next generations of owners and breeders would depend on the work done not only by the Syrian Committees, but also by the WAHO Committee, because if it was not seen to be carried out properly there might be accusations of loss of purity which is of paramount importance in Syria, and can only be preserved by applying rigorous rules and being seen to adhere to those rules. It was explained that the Syrian Committees had wanted to do everything properly so the world could see they had done something to be proud of, that the horses were registered purebred Arabians without any doubts.  The Syrian Committees were of the opinion that the world should trust the horses in their books, and for that to happen, they had to do their job carefully and correctly, which is what they believed had been done.

 

There were then a number of minor queries to be resolved, which had been prepared in advance by the WAHO Office, from the information and pedigrees which had previously been sent there. It was noted that every question asked was answered almost immediately with any necessary supporting documentation to hand.  All queries were quickly and satisfactorily resolved.  Some horses with progeny which had been investigated but which were known to have died in the meanwhile and had therefore been deleted from the list of horses presented to WAHO, were reinstated and will be given registration numbers. 

 

The standard of the record keeping could not be faulted.  Every horse, not only those being presented for acceptance, but all horses previously registered in existing stud books, had a detailed dossier. This dossier contained photographs, markings, blood type reports and parent verification reports where available, 3 to 5 generation pedigrees, breeding history, covering certificates, ownership history, and in all cases of completely new horses an original ‘hojja’ for the subject horse, sworn on the Koran.  

 

Other official documents and registry-issued forms such as covering certificates, identification forms, pedigrees, and change of ownership forms were also examined.  All horses are freeze branded on the right side of their neck at the time of registration.  Registration certificates are produced and issued but not passports.  

 

Dr. Abu Bakre El Arifi, currently Consultant and Registrar in Qatar, promised to send a sample of the Qatar passport to the Bureau for them to use as a guide for producing their own passport, as it complies with all WAHO and international requirements.  The Arabian Horse Bureau does have computers, but as yet no computerised studbook system, so all registration certificates and pedigrees are produced manually and typed individually. 

 

The WAHO committee cross-questioned the Registrar and his staff on their registration procedures and were more than satisfied with their answers.  They considered the knowledge and expertise of the members of the Arabian Horse Bureau were of the highest calibre.

 

Two further visits were made to the Registry Office to continue studying documents and paperwork, and to complete the information required by the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee in order to prepare this Report.  Particular thanks are owed to Mr. Waleed Khazna, who spent many hours typing all the pedigrees of the horses presented for approval.


PUREBRED ARABIAN SHOWING, RACING AND ENDURANCE IN SYRIA

 

The WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee were also interested to learn about the activities in which Syrian Arabian horses take part.  One point of particular importance was the founding of the Syrian Arabian State Stud, known as The Centre of Martyr Basil Hafez Al-Assad of Asil Arabian Horses in honour of the son of the late President.  Basil Hafez Al-Assad, who was tragically killed in a car-accident, was a very succesful horseman who had been a great supporter of Arabian horses and the first stud books so it was fitting that the State Stud was named in his honour. This Stud, set on a large acreage near Damascus with space for some 250 horses, has been founded to preserve the bloodlines and characteristics of Syrian Arabians without introducing any imported horses into the pedigrees.

 

For many of the private owners as well, simply carrying on their national tradition of breeding purebred Arabians was their main aim, and they saw no need for any particular additional activities.  However, we learned that riding is a popular activity in Syria, and the foremost equestrian sport is show-jumping, although the riders generally compete on warm-bloods, not Arabians. Arabian horses are also used in riding schools, for pleasure riding, as carriage horses in the towns, and for general farm work in the more rural areas.  All organised horse activities come under The Syrian Federation for Equestrian Sport.

 

In 2001 the first ever Arabian Horse Show was held in Damascus, which proved a popular event with the private breeders, so this initiative is likely to be continued.  It should be noted that breeding horses just for beauty and showing, as is the trend in the west, is totally alien to the culture of the Middle East and of course to the original Bedouin breeders of the Arabian horse.  However, a handful of Syrian Arabians have travelled abroad in the past to compete in international shows, where they have both won and been placed.  A small number of private breeders are therefore now using imported stallions as they concentrate part of their breeding programmes on producing horses that will be able to compete in the modern show ring.

 

Endurance is another sport which is growing very fast in popularity, especially with the encouragement and assistance given by the United Arab Emirates in the region.  At present, the Equestrian Federation organises two Endurance rides each year, a 120km ride in Palmyra and a 80km ride in Damascus.  A few Syrian Arabian horses have also competed internationally, and done well.  Further endurance rides conducted under FEI and international Endurance rules are planned, and there are a increasing number of enthusiastic competitors taking part, including horses and riders from the State Stud. 

 

As regards racing, the tradition of testing Arabian horses to see which is the fastest or the strongest is one of the oldest in the breed, and the Syrian horse owners and breeders are no exception to this rule.  When the Committee visited the Tai and Shammar breeders in Al Jazirah, it was notable that the young boys were keen to show us their horses’ athletic abilities. At the home of Sheikh Muhamed Abdull Razaq Al Ta’ai near Al Qamishli we saw several colts, all ridden bareback by their young owners who were simply enjoying the chance to match their horses’ speed against each other. 

 

At the home of Sheikh Mezer Ojail Abdull Kareem of the Shammar in Al Hassaka, a slightly longer race across the desert with about 5 mares taking part was arranged for our entertainment, it seemed that this was a regular activity.  One of the mares taking part was 22 years old.  The ‘finishing line’ appeared to be exactly where our group was standing, and it took a strong nerve to stand still as the horses approached at full speed in a cloud of dust!  Scenes like these have been played out in the traditional Arabian horse breeding areas since time immemorial, and it was a privilege to witness such a scene in the 21st Century.

 

From discussion with many of the horse owners and breeders that we met, one of the most popular activities in which people would like to compete is racing, but at present there is very little official horse racing in Syria.  Syria is not a member of any International Racing Federation, the rules and regulations are laid down and applied by The Syrian Federation for Equestrian Sport.  Betting in Syria is strictly forbidden by law. 

 

The Equestrian Federation does arrange some flat racing for Thoroughbreds (mainly unregistered), registered Purebred Arabians, and local-bred unregistered horses.  The race season runs from April until October.  There are 7 main race meetings during a season, of which 3 are International and 4 are National.  At each meeting there is just one race for registered Purebred Arabians.  The private breeders have recently been asking the Equestrian Federation to put on more races for their registered Arabians. The race-tracks are at Damascus, Lattakia, Palmyra and Hama.  The provinces also run local racing and hold around 10 meetings per year between them.  We were informed that there is no prize money for racing, only small gifts and trophies.  

 

Some owners do send their horses abroad to race, for example to Lebanon and Qatar.  A few Syrian Arabians have raced in the Emirates, but they do not seem able to compete for speed against the horses with French and American bloodlines.  One or two private breeders have recently imported stallions, for example one from USA via the UAE, and one from France, in order to breed horses which they believe will be better able to compete internationally.  In these endeavours they are no different from Arabian horse breeders all over the world, seeking improvement in each generation.

 

Any fears or concerns that such horses might damage or even over-populate the Arabian horse world outside Syria, especially on the racetracks, is without foundation.   In the main, these horses still resemble most closely the original foundation horses exported to the west so long ago, they have not been changed by showring fashions or racetrack requirements.  It should be said that eligibility for registration was unrelated to the phenotype of the horses, but only to their proven origin as purebred Arabians.  However, despite the fact that the majority of these horses do not conform to current western showring ‘type’, the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee could not fail to notice the many qualities that are the undoubted signature of the original ‘desert-bred’ Arabian - gentle temperaments, fine black skin, hair quality, large flexible nostrils, excellent necks with clean throatlatch, good shoulders, strong backs, clean limbs and in particular, the hallmark tail-set and tail carriage.  It was also noticeable that in one generation, those horses which were sired by the few imported Egyptian, Russian or American stallions had not lost those qualities but the heads in particular were enhanced. 

 


VISITS TO STUD FARMS

 

There is no room in this report to fully do justice to the kindness and hospitality shown to the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee wherever we visited.  Our programme was packed from the moment of arrival to departure, we visited many stud farms as detailed in the diary of events, saw hundreds of horses, and had many fascinating discussions.  To everyone we met, we extend our most heartfelt and sincere thanks.

 

There is, however, just enough room to relate one occurrence, which we believe highlights the importance of the Arabian horse in Syria to the people whose lives have been intertwined with them for so many hundreds of years.

 

We were privileged to visit Al Sheikh Mezer Ojail Abdull Kareem, leader of the Al Jarba clan of the Shammar Tribe. The Sheikh himself owned a particularly fine grey mare of the Obeyah Seheilieh strain which has been in their family since long before they migrated from northern Nejd.  When asked if she was registered he replied that she was not, explaining ‘There is no need for me to register her in any book.  She is registered in my heart’. 

 

This kind of passion for their horses was instantly recognizable in all the Syrian people we met.  The Sheikh thanked WAHO for the time and trouble they had taken to examine the Syrian horses.  He said that through WAHO the world would be aware of their Arabian horses, which the different families and tribes had been breeding for hundreds of years.  He said that they were proud to share with the world what they consider a national treasure and priceless heritage – the purebred Arabian horse of the desert.

 

The connection with the past was strengthened when the Sheikh also mentioned that Lady Anne & Wilfrid Blunt had met his aunt’s grandfather Sheikh Faris, who had been ruler of the Shammar when they visited Mesopotamia on a horse-buying expedition in the 1870s.  (See “Lady Anne Blunt  - Journals and Correspondence 1878-1917, edited by Rosemary Archer & James Fleming”).

 

 


CONCLUSIONS OF THE INSPECTION & INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE

 

It should be noted that Syria first contacted WAHO in 1984, and has been a Registering Authority Member of WAHO in good standing for many years.  Their first Stud Book was accepted and approved under the WAHO Definition in 1990.  It has since produced four volumes of the Syrian Arabian Stud Book.  It must be emphasised that for the purpose of this visit and this report, the WAHO Inspection and Investigation Committee were only there to examine the evidence on the previously unregistered horses that were omitted from the previous stud books.

 

Having thoroughly scrutinised the records and documents held by The Arab Horse Bureau on all the horses presented for registration, the WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee were in full agreement that the registering procedures at the office were of an extremely high standard and could not be faulted in any respect.  The filing system was detailed and precise; a horse’s file with its full history could be obtained in seconds.  The Arabian Horse Care Committee, which was responsible for the initial investigation into the new horses, had implemented their own very strict rules to the letter, and would not bend these rules for anybody. The integrity of the Director and his staff and their undoubted knowledge and expertise on the Arabian horses of Syria were unimpeachable.

 

During the four years that the local Field Investigation team criss-crossed Syria, a total of 1,787 horses were investigated of which 948 horses were in Al Jazirah Province.  It should be noted that the horses are all from the known strains and families already present in published stud books, and many are in fact closely related to previously registered horses. 

 

From the total number originally investigated, 45 were breeding stallions.  34 of those stallions were rejected, with the resulting rejection of all their progeny.  This part of the investigation was particularly time-consuming, as all a great deal of cross-checking of pedigrees was required to eliminate all those with the rejected stallions in their pedigrees.  By the end of the first phase of the investigation, at least one third of the horses presented for registration had been rejected. 

 

By the end of the second phase, during which initial statements and documents had to be corroborated independently, a further large number were rejected.  The decisions and the reasons for acceptance or rejection were published and announced in the Provincial Ministry of Agriculture Directorates and regional Arabian Horse offices.  Owners were then given a set amount of time to provide missing information or documents, and to appeal against rejection.  From those rejected, 462 were the subject of appeals which were passed to the Rebuttal Committee.  52 of these were then accepted and the remainder of the rejections were confirmed.  Again these decisions were published and announced in the regional centres.

 

As the WAHO Inspection & Investigation Committee had promised during their meeting the H.E. The Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, they also re-examined all the cases which were the subject of further formal appeals.  They only looked into those cases which the Arabian Horse Bureau were prepared to re-open, as they considered that owners of rejected horses who had not appealed had accepted the decisions of the Arabian Horse Care Committee and Rebuttal Committee. 

 

As a result, 31 cases were re-examined, one of which related to a particular stallion which was the sire or grand-sire of a further 28 horses.  It was considered that of these, 8 should remain on the rejected list due to insufficient or conflicting evidence, the remainder were accepted.

 

The Syrian Arabian Stud Book Authority have agreed that no further previously unregistered horses will be presented for approval or added to their stud books in the future.

 

The final total which have full provenance and documentations and have been approved by the Syrian Committees and which are presented for acceptance by WAHO number 280.  All living horses have been blood-typed and, where possible, parent verified.  Of these:

 

 

THE TOTAL OF ‘NEW’ HORSES PRESENTED FOR ACCEPTANCE IS THEREFORE 154. IF THESE ARE ACCEPTED, IT FOLLOWS THAT THE REMAINING 110 PROGENY SHOULD ALSO BE ACCEPTED, TOGETHER WITH THE 16 LATE REGISTRATIONS. 

 

This list is therefore comprehensive and final, and comprises the total number of horses presented to WAHO for approval and acceptance into the Syrian Arabian Stud Book Volume 5.  (See Appendix B)

 

RECOMMENDATION TO THE WAHO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND TO THE WAHO VOTING DELEGATES

 

At a meeting held in Damascus, Syria, on Friday 26 July, the WAHO Inspection and Investigation Committee were unanimous in their decision that the horses listed in Appendix B should be accepted. They hereby recommend, in the first instance to the WAHO Executive Committee, and then to the General Assembly at the next WAHO Conference in Istanbul 2002, as follows:-

 

The members of the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee to Syria hereby recommend that the 155 horses listed in Appendix B, together with their 110 progeny and the 16 late registrations, as investigated and approved by the Syrian Arabian Horse Care Committee, be accepted by WAHO for registration and be duly entered in the Syrian Stud Book Volume 5, thereby coming within the WAHO Definition.

 

 

FOOTNOTE:

 

At the 2002 WAHO Conference in Istanbul, the voting Delegates approved the above additional horses for acceptance, by a very large majority.  These horses are therefore now accepted by the World Arabian Horse Organization and fall within the WAHO Definition.


APPENDIX -   A

 

Decision No. 1175/WLA

Minister of Agriculture & Agrarian Reform

Based on the provisions on the governmental Law No. 1 for the year 1985.  And on the minutes of the meeting held on 8.1.1997 by the Arabian Horse Committee, which included the proposal of making an announcement opening registration on the non-registered Arabian Asil horses.  And on the committee minutes of the meeting held on 27.7.1997.  And for the public interest, decides the following:

 

Article 1

A Committee will be formed consisting of the following members:

Eng. Amin Al Zarqan             Arab Horses Bureau                                      Chief

Eng. Hisham Al Khani   Arab Horses Bureau                                      Member

Eng. Haitham Daia                 Arab Horses Bureau                                      Member

Head of Horses Section at Directorates of Agriculture (Mohafada)                  Member

Representatives of Farmers Union (Mohafada)                                          Member

Arabian Horse Specialist at the Governorates  (Mohafada)                              Member

Member of the Arabian Horse Committee at the Ministry of Agriculture              Member

 

Note:  Eng. Amin Al Zarkan was later replaced, due to ill-health, as Chief of the Committee by: Eng.M. Ghayeth Shayeb Arab Horse Bureau               Chief

 

Article 2

Committee Tasks:

A         Study the horse registration forms submitted to the Arabian Horses Bureau coming from the Directorates of Agriculture at Mohafazat and check the accuracy of the information included in the submitted documents.

B            Conduct the field investigation of the horses.

C         Submit a detailed report which includes the work results to the Arabian Horses Bureau.

D         Submit the result of the field investigation and horses classification at the committee meeting to be adopted.

 

Article 3

The results of the committee works will be distributed to the Directorates of Agriculture at the Governorates to be circulated for the Agriculture Sections and Extension Units there and for Horse Breeding Societies.

 

Article 4

A period of 45 days will be fixed for the submission of objection to Directorates of Agriculture after the announcement of the results and the objections will be studied by a specialized committee for this purpose.


Article 5

Names of local experts will be specified according to the following:

 

Directorate Name   Names of Local Experts

Dara’a                          Sedki Al Zourekat                  Hasan Raji Al Naasan

Aleppo                         Kamal Abdel Khaleq               Radwan Shabarek

Damascus                     Fayek Al Hakeem                   Nader Karkoush

Homs                           Ahmad Ghalyoun                      Fawaz Al Rajab

Deir Ezzor                    Eklah Al Hanshoul                  Shaker Saleh Mahmoud

Tartous             Charbel Farah Farah                  Awni Al Mokadam

Qunietra                       Tahan Mahmmoud Tahan   Ghaleb Albakari

Hama                           Mohammed Al Khani               Akram Taifour

Idleb                            Hasan Al Nairabi                    Mohammed Gouma’a Soultan

Al Hasaka                    Farhan Al Bello                        Najem Abdullah Elhemiari

Latakia                         Mohammad Mohammad            Nawaf Fadel King

Sweida                         Daher Al Shaeer                     Souleman Alabdullah

Al Raqah                      Ahmed Homolat Elmatar

 

Article 6

The decision No. 101/W/A1 – dated 10.2.1998 including forming a committee of classification, identification, field investigation for Arab Horses and considering their application forms.

 

Article 7

This decision is to be circulated and informed for implementation.

Damascus 11/11/1998

Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform Asa’ad Mostafa


ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ARABIAN PURE HORSES BREEDERS

(Published in newspapers and broadcast on television)

 

     The Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform starts the registration of Arabian Pure Horses all over the country.

     Those who wish to register their horses should check at Arabian Horses branches at Directorates of MAAR and submit the following documents:

 

1                    Registration Form, including the number of horses which will be registered, and their locations.

2                    Parentage certificate includes the horses pedigree for three generations at least.  The horse itself is considered to be a generation, its parents considered to be a generation, and its grandparents are considered to be a generation.

3                    Two photographs for each horse, one of them will be of the head and the other will be of the whole body.

4                     

     Those who applied previously to register their horses, should check at Arabian Horses branches to fix the registration, pay the fees of blood typing, and complete the required documents.

     The deadline for accepting the applications and fix the registration will be till the end of the official work day of 15.3.1997 and each application form received after this date or which does not fill the required conditions will not be accepted.

 

With the compliments of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform.


THE ADOPTED CONDITIONS FOR THE STUDY OF THE ARABIAN PURE HORSES FILES APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION

 

Submit an application signed by the person who wants to register his pure horse.

Submit a certificate by the stud (strain) owner, verified by the concerned persons owning the horse and its grand-parents respectively.

The horse should be known starting from three generations.

The horse will not be investigated if it does not have a Syrian Origin.

 

The horse is rejected for the following reasons:

 

1                    If its parentage is not verified and its strain couldn’t be reached.

2                    It there is a difference between the investigation statement and the certificate statement.

3                    If the horse to be registered has more than one sire and one dam.

4                    The horse is considered a continuous series of which any missed link in the chain may cut it, which means that if the origin of any generation of the three generations is not verified or known, the horse is rejected.

5                    If the horse was applied for registration before and its parentage was not verified, while it is accepted if applied before and there was shortage in certificates (later provided).

6                    If one part of the parties concerned with the horse doesn’t attend after informing him and giving him an extra period of time, the horse is rejected.

7                    If one part of the parties concerned with the horse denies his signature on the certificates, the horse is rejected.

8                    Any information in the required certifications cannot be modified after submitting them by the concerned person.

9                    If any condition of the aim registration conditions is defaulted, the horse is rejected.

 

Signed:  M. Hisham Al-Ghorieb.  Kassem Junaid.  M. Abd. Suliman Rhayel. 

M. Mohamad.  M. Ghayeth Shayeb

 

(Note.  the WAHO Investigation and Inspection Committee was further informed that all certificates and statements submitted must be signed and sworn/witnessed on the Koran.  If anyone refused to do this, the horse was automatically rejected with no further investigation.)

 

 


APPENDIX B - SYRIAN HORSES.

 

Notes to Appendix: 

BOLD TYPEFACE FOR SUBJECT HORSE INDICATES NEW HORSE (SIRE & DAM NOT REGISTERED ALTHOUGH MAY APPEAR IN PEDIGREES IN PUBLISHED STUD BOOKS) 

PLAIN TYPEFACE FOR SUBJECT HORSE INDICATES HORSE WITH ONE UNREGISTERED PARENT (Bold) AND ONE PREVIOUSLY OR NEWLY REGISTERED PARENT (Italic)

ITALIC TYPEFACE FOR SUBJECT HORSE INDICATES THAT SIRE AND DAM ARE BOTH PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED (Italic - Reg. Nr. PREFIX A) OR NEWLY REGISTERED (Italic - Reg. Nr. PREFIX B). 

NR = Not Registered .  S = sire; D = Dam;  SD = Sire’s Dam;  SS = Sire’s Sire;  DD = Dam’s Dam;  DS = Dam’s Sire. 

 

SUBJECT HORSE: NAME

Reg. Nr.

YOB

Colour/Sex

Sire, Reg Nr, Owner if NR

Dam, Reg. Nr., Owner if NR

Breeder or Owner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BINT THEEBET AL BARR

B 0001

1986

grey mare

Ammar  A 0144

Theebet Al Barr  A 0520

Mejhem Najress

SOOA’AT AL MARZAKANI

B 0002

1987

grey mare

Saglawi Marzakani  NR

O.R. Marzakani Shammar

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Owaid R Marzakani, Shammar

Owaid R. Marzakani

ZEINAT AYMAN

B 0003

old

ch. mare

Ayid  A0397

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR

Jouma’ Doughaan

Ayman Ajlani

NOORET ZAIBAQ

B 0004

1989

grey mare

Ayid  A0397

Zeinat Ayman  B 0003

Mohamad Al Zaibaq

NOORET TALAL

B 0005

1987

grey mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

M Abdul Suleiman, Tai

Saglawiet Ibn Amoud  NR

Ibraheem A. Talal, Tai

Ahmad A Talal, Tai

SOLAIMAH

B 0006

1987

grey mare

Ayid  A0397

Zeinat Ayman B  0003

A Ajlani & M Zaibaq

ASH-SHAIKHAH

B 0007

aged

grey mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Mohammed Faress, Tai

Keheileh Reeshah Sharabieh  NR

Hawash Al Heithami, Shammar

Ayesh Al Fnaish

ABLAT SEDQI

B 0008

1991

grey mare

Jawlan  A 0237

Obayet Um Jreis  NR

Raji Al Na’san, Etseel

Sedqi Zreqat

AR-REESHAH

B 0009

1987

grey mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Ash-Shaikhah  B 0007

Ahmad Ghaluon

MASHA’L

B 0010

1985

grey stallion

Zeid  A 0524

(Rahee-Bah)  NR Keheilet Ajuz

Thani Al Farees, Qoneiterah

Thani Al Farees

RA’D AWAD

B 0011

1994

grey stallion

Sarhan  A 0393

(Um Talooa’)  NR Obayet Um Jreis

Al Haseeki, Al Naim

M Ali Awad

RA’D META’B

B 0012

1994

black stallion

Saqqar  A 0317

Keheilet Ajuz  NR

Nemer Bashawat, Al Bashat

M Meta’b Faroukh

KHALIFET AL A’SALI

B 0013

1974

grey mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Abdul Razak Naif, Tai

Shweimet Sabbah  NR

Abd. Hammad Talal, Tai

Jehad Al Asali

WADDAHAH

B 0014

1988

bay mare

Karmo  A 0233

Al Jawzaa A 0064

Mohamad N Kharboutli

MA’MOONAH

B 0015

1986

grey mare

Ma’anagi Hidraji  NR

Zaher Ofeitan, Shammar

Amal  A 0509

Abdul S. Al Ahmad

JAWAHER AJ-JAZA’

B 0016

1990

grey mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

(Falhet Aj-Jaza’)  NR 

Saglawieh Jedranieh,  H. Jaza’, Tai

Hammad J Al Jaza’

GHANIMEH

B 0017

1987

ch. mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Keheileh Da’ajanieh  NR

Souliman M Sarhan, Tai

Abdul Rahman Khder

ZAT AR-RIMAH

B 0018

1992

grey mare

Tahoos   B 0149

Saglawiet Ibn Amoud  NR

Elayn & Talal, Tai

Zaher Ali Asaf Al Tai

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAI

B 0019

1996

grey mare

Saglawi Ibn Amoud  NR

Hussein Al Hesso, Tai

Zat Ar-Rimah  B 0018

Zaher Ali Asaf Al Tai

BASSEMET SALHAB

B 0020

1992

bay mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Farhet Alawe  B 0077

B Qadri & Abdl R Salhab

FARHET BELO

B 0021

1990

grey mare

Hamdani Semri  NR (Sreg)  Ahmad Khlaif, Tai

Obayet Ibn Seyahan  NR

Yousef Mohammed, Tai

Farhan B. Al Huwer

BASH-SHARAH

B 0022

1987

grey mare

Hassounah  A 0030

Khalifet Al A’sali  B 0013

Hassan Al Bashar

BASHAYER

B 0023

1993

grey mare

Tahoos B 0149

Bash-sharah  B 0022

Hassan Al Bashar

FARHET AJ-JAZA’

B 0024

1989

bay mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Ibaad  A 0083

Moustafa Azo Jaza’

IBTESAM AJ-JAZA’

B 0025

1996

ch. mare

Layth Aj-Jaza’  B 0146

Farhet Aj-Jaza’  B 0024

Ayid M Azo Jaza’

SEETET AL YOUSEF

B 0026

1993

grey mare

Sa’daan  B 0154

Da’ajaniet Yousef  B 0058

Mohammah M Yousef

SHEEMET AL A’BOO

B 0027

1992

bay mare

Ibn Shamsi  B 0275

Keheilet Teweiseh  NR

Abd. Ayid Dra’an, Shammar

Hamo H. Al Aboo’

LAYLA AL KHAWAF

B 0028

1993

grey mare

Da’ajani Saleh B 0280

Ar-Reeshah  B 0009

Khader Al Khawaf

FARHET AL AYED

B 0029

1988

bay mare

Borhan  A 0560

(Farrhah)  NR Saglawieh

Jedranieh, Al Jaza’, Tai

Ayed Kh. A Al Jaza’

NOOR AL AYED

B 0030

1994

grey mare

Layth Aj-Jaza’  B 0146

Farhet Al Ayed  B 0029

Ayid M Azo Jaza’

KAUOTHAR

B 0031

1993

grey mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Ash-Shaikhah  B 0007

Ayid Fnaish

HAMDANIET AL GHAMYAN

B 0032

1995

bay mare

Amer Hakem  B 0132

Um Farhah  B 0279

Abdul Jabbar Ghamyan

TAIF TALAL

B 0033

1996

ch. mare

Ghaseeb  A 0586

Nooret Talal  B 0005

Ahmad AH Talal

AL ASH-HAB

B 0034

1988

grey stallion

Hamdani Ad-Da’bo B 0143

Keheilet Krush  NR

Moutlq Laheib, Tai

Aboud Awad Moudhi

ANOOD TAI

B 0035

1994

ch. mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Um Farhah  B 0279

Ammar Al Tai

AYEDAH THAR-THAR

B 0036

1993

grey mare

Hamdani Al Majoul B 0151

Saglawieh Jadranieh  NR

Hamzah Al Saleh, Tai

Sa’ab M. Al Hussen

ZABY-YEH

B 0037

1995

grey mare

Amer Hakem  B 0132

Farhet Alawe  B 0077

Ayed Az-zaab

SAMRET QARMOOL

B 0038

1987

grey mare

Al Ashqar  B 0150

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR

Alawe H. Hamzah, Tai

Mouhamad H Al Qarmool

RAB-AH

B 0039

1994

grey mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Ash-Shaikhah  B 0007

Saqer S. Saleh

MABROOKET ANTAR

B 0040

1984

bay mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

M. Souliman, Tai

Saglawiet Ibn Amoud  NR

Ahmad Talal, Tai

Antar S Souliman

HOURFAH

B 0041

1987

bay mare

Obayan Ibn Seyahan NR

Shammar

Jelfet Sattam  NR

Muhsen Howairi, Tai

Saqer S Saleh

GHAZALET HOWAID

B 0042

1997

bay mare

Ghaseeb  A 0586

Hind Salhab  B 0106

Saoud Al Howaid

MAYADET AYDAN

B 0043

1992

grey mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Keheilet Sa’adet Touqan  NR

Loutfi S Abd. Razaq, Atfaiheen

Soulaiman Aydan

NOORET AYDAN

B 0044

1995

grey mare

Khaldee  A 0581

Mayadet Aydan  B 0043

Soulaiman Aydan

DAHMET SOULIMAN

B 0045

1993

black mare

Al Ash-Hab  B 0034

Jedraniet  B 0067

Lutef Kh Soulaiman

NAJMET JOUMA’

B 0046

1990

black mare

Sahood  B 0156

Ayidah  B 0136

Jouma’ Nazal Zemek

AS-SAFRAH

B 0047

1991

black mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Saglawiet Ibn Amoud  NR

Elayn & Talal, Tai

Shehab Al Hader

SEETAH AZEMEK

B 0048

1996

bay mare

Hamad Al Asha’l  B 0153

Sabhah Al Thanieh B 0139

Owaid Nazal Zemek

REEHAB

B 0049

1989

black mare

Awaad  A 0431

Um Reehab  B 0137 

Jreiwe Al Sobeih

MAHA AL AQOUB

B 0050

1991

bay mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Moh’d Souliman, Tai

Al Rabdah  A 0361

Abdallah M Aqoub

MAHA ASH-SHAIFI

B 0051

1995

grey mare

Hadaar  A 0847

Faihaa’  A 0212

Hamad J Shaifi

AL A’ZRAA’

B 0052

1996

grey mare

Hamad Al Asha’l  B 0153

As-Safrah  B 0047

Abdallah A Zkeet

ALAWE-YAH

B 0053

1994

bay mare

Amer Hakem  B 0132

Farhet Alawe  B 0077

Huseen Alawe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAMHET AL JARBA

B 0054

1991

grey mare

Tahoos  B 0149

Keheilet Ibn Mizher  NR (S regd)

Hamood Jarba, Shammar

Hashem H Jarba

HUBOOB AL JARBA

B 0055

1996

grey mare

Hadaar  A 0847

Samhet Al Jarba  B 0054

Sa’b H Jarba

BALQA’ AL JARBA

B 0056

1995

grey mare

Barazan Hassaka  B 0152

Samhet Al Jarba  B 0054

Shabl H Jarba

MOTEEA’T AJ-JARBA

B 0057

1988

bay mare

Hamad Al Ahmmar B 0274

Keheilet Ibn Mizher  NR (S regd)

Hamood Jarba, Shammar

Sayif H Jarba

DA’AJANIET YOUSEF

B 0058

1988

grey mare

Awaad  A 0431

Keheileh Da’ajanieh  NR

Mohammad M Yousef, Atfaiheen

Mohammad M Yousef

FAREEHET YOUSEF

B 0059

1991

grey mare

Mokhtar  A 0436

Da’ajaniet Yousef  B 0058

Mohammad M Yousef

DA’JAA’ ATH-THANIEH

B 0060

1995

grey mare

Sa’daan  B 0154

Fareehet Yousef  B 0059

Mohammad M Yousef

AY-YAM AL HASSAKA

B 0061

1997

grey stallion

Keheilan Da’ajani  NR

(S new) M Mousa Yousef

Fareehet Yousef  B 0059

Mohammad M Yousef

LAZ-ZAZ AL JARBA

B 0062

1993

grey mare

Al Ash-Hab  B 0034

Moteea’t Aj-Jarba  B 0057

Zayd H Al Jarba

MAHA ASH-SHQAEF

B 0063

1995

bay mare

Hadaar  A 0847

Obayah Sharakieh   NR

Heibo Al Shqaef

Heibo Al Shqaef

BAWADI AL HSNA’

B 0064

1994

grey mare

Tahoos B 0149

As-safrah B 0047

M Soulaiman Abdallah

AL QAHEERAH

B 0065

1994

grey mare

Ash-Shareef  B 0142

Keheilet Armousheh  NR (S new)

Kareem Al Kareem, Tai

M Soulaiman Abdallah

JAWAD AL MOOKI

B 0066

1995

grey stallion

Sahood  B 0156

Moteea’t Aj-Jarba  B 0057

Abbas Mooki Al Jabal

JEDRANIET

B 0067

1990

black mare

Shweiman As-Saleh B 0148

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Shehadeh Rasheed, Tai

Hamoud A Soulaiman

ASH-SHARABI

B 0068

1993

ch. stallion

Barazan Hassaka  B 0152 

Falhet Al Farees  B 0105

Hafez Ib. Hussen

ASH-SHARABIEH

B 0069

1995

grey mare

Ehsan  A 0085

Falhet Al Farees  B 0105

Hafez Ib. Hussen

FALHET MUSLEH

B 0070

1984

grey mare

Hadban Enzahi  NR

Faza’ Hadi, Shammar

(Mkhtarah)  NR Keheileh Da’ajanieh Kasher, K. Hussein, Sharabeen

Owead S. Musleh

SHEEKHAT DAR’AAN

B 0071

1991

ch. mare

Fares  A 0499

Arabieh  A 0019

Abd Ayidah Dar’aan

AYSHAH

B 0072

1983

bay mare

Keheilan Krush  NR

Jo. Mitkhan, Tai

Keheileh Khilawieh  NR

Hamood Salem, Tai

Jouzef Al Salem

SHAHAH AL MUKHLEF

B 0073

1996

grey mare

Saglawi Marzakani  NR,

O. Marzakani, Shammar

Ayidah  B 0136

Mukhlef Ghanj

ZTHA’YEN SHAMMAR

B 0074

1992

grey mare

Saglawi Marzakani  NR,

O. Marzakani, Shammar

Sooa’at Al Marzakani  B 0002

Owaid R. Marzakani

SHEIKHET OWAID

B 0075

1995

ch. mare

Saglawi Marzakani  NR, O. Marzakani, Shammar

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Owaid R Marzakani, Shammar

Owaid R. Marzakani

SAQER SHAMMAR

B 0076

1989

grey stallion

Saglawi Marzakani  NR, O. Marzakani, Shammar

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Owaid R Marzakani, Shammar

Owaid R. Marzakani

FARHET ALAWE

B 0077

1981

bay mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR Hameed Dandah, Tai

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR

Mahmood Ibraheem, Tai

Husain Alawi

HAYA AL OBAID

B 0078

1996

bay mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Ghanimeh  B 0017

Omer Al Obaid

WAD-HET AWASSI

B 0079

1981

black mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Keheilet Al Wati  NR

Farhan Gheshem, Shammar

Abdullah Al Awassi

FARHET BASHAH

B 0080

1992

grey mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Anood Awassi  B 0081

Bashah Ali Bashah

ANOOD AWASSI

B 0081

1988

black mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Wad-het Awassi  B 0079

Abdullah S Ali Awassi

FARHET FARHAN

B 0082

1993

black mare

Amer Hakem  B 0132

Keheilet Al Wati  NR

Farhan Gheshem, Shammar

Farhan Ad Al Gheshem

FARHET HUSSEIN

B 0083

1989

grey mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Keheileh Mimrahieh  NR

Hafez I Hussein, Sharabeen

Abdullah S Ali Awassi

FA-LEH

B 0084

1996

grey stallion

Amer Hakem  B 0132

Sheemah  A 0735

Ali H Al Gheshem

SABBAH AR-RASHO

B 0085

1993

grey mare

Amer Hakem  B 0132

Al Semrieh  A 0027

Ghalab Rasho

REEM AL BAZO

B 0086

1993

grey mare

Al Bazo  B 0155

Sabha Thanieh  B 0092

Sa’ad Abd Azeez Daher

SARKHET FARHAN

B 0087

1989

grey mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Rafaah  A 0113

Ali Haj Ib Farhan

THOORAYET HAMIYAH

B 0088

1993

grey mare

Tahoos  B 0149

Nooret Talal  B 0005

Trad Saleh Hamiyah

BORHAN AD-DIN

B 0089

1993

grey stallion

Fares  A 0499

Sabha Al Thanieh  A 0621

Sha’lan Ah. Sfouk

LAYLA AZ-ZARQAH

B 0090

1991

grey mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Dana  A 0105

Khaled Al Aswad

WASAYF

B 0091

1996

bay mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Rad-dah  B 0101

Mousen Al Khdailan

SABHAT BAZO

B 0092

1988

grey mare

Al Bazo  B 0155

(Sahab)  NR (S new) Saglawieh Jedranieh,  Al Bazo, Shammar

Abdull K Hafez Bazo

LAYTH AL BAZO

B 0093

1994

grey stallion

Al Bazo  B 0155

Sabhat Bazo  B 0092

Abdull K Hafez Bazo

BALQA’ AL BAZO

B 0094

1995

grey mare

Al Bazo  B 0155

Sabhat Bazo  B 0092

Abdull K Hafez Bazo

WADDHET NASSAR

B 0095

1989

black mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Ad-Dahma  B 0140

Saleh Attallah Al Fahd

AM-OOM

B 0096

1994

bay stallion

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Waddhet Nassar  B 0095

Saleh Attallah Al Fahd

FARHET SALEH

B 0097

1992

ch. mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Waddhet Nassar  B 0095

Saleh Attallah Al Fahd

WAD-DA’ AL NASSAR

B 0098

1995

ch. stallion

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Farhet Saleh  B 0097

Nassar Atallah Al Fahd

ANOOD NASSAR

B 0099

1991

ch. mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Sabhet Ka’kah  B 0111

Ahmad Nassar Al Fahd

HEELEH

B 0100

1988

bay mare

Mokhtar  A 0436

Ashjan  A 0320

Ali H Bleibel

RAD-DAH

B 0101

1980

bay mare

Ma’anagi Hidraji  NR

M. Ofeitan, Shammar

Ma’anaghieh Hidrajieh  NR

Fadan Ofeitan, Shammar

Fadan Ofeitan

WAD-DHET BAZO

B 0102

1989

grey mare

Al Bazo  B 0155

(Sahab)  NR (S new) Saglawieh Jedranieh,  Al Bazo, Shammar

Abdull K M Bazo

REEM AL NAZAL

B 0103

1987

ch. mare

Borhan  A 0560

Zahrah  A 0015

Husein Nazal

AL MERANIYAH

B 0104

1995

grey mare

Al Bazo  B 0155

Wad-dhet Bazo  B 0102

Ibraheem O Abd Bazo

FALHET AL FAREES

B 0105

1986

ch. mare

Hamdani Ad-Da’bo B 0143

Keheileh Mimrahieh  NR

Hafez I Hussein, Sharabeen

Ibraheem O Abd Bazo

HIND SALHAB

B 0106

1986

ch. mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Hammed Talal, Tai

Shweimet Sabbah  NR

Hammed Talal, Tai

Abdul Rahman Salhab

FALHET MOULHEM

B 0107

1985

grey mare

Ma’anagi Sbeyli  NR

Al Bashat

Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh  NR

Deinar Al Ghazzal, Fadaan

Abdull Azeez Moulhem

SABBAH AL KHAIR

B 0108

1991

bay mare

Ash-Shaham  B 0159

(Shaeilah) Keheileh Nawakieh  NR

Khaled Khaleel, Idlib

Mohammad J Soultan

KAREEM

B 0109

1984

ch. stallion

Taher  A 0301

Mabroukah  A 0159

Na’san Qadour

NOUFET KHARBOUTLI

B 0110

1996

grey mare

Srour  A 0734

Waddahah  B 0014

Naji Kharboutli

SABHET KA’KAH

B 0111

1982

black mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Ad-Dahma   B 0140

Soubhi Ka’kah

AZ-ZAH

B 0112

1988

bay mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Nadya  A 0168

Moustafa Jabri

AL BAHER

B 0113

1996

grey stallion

Mahrous  A 0257

Az-zah  B 0112

Mu’men Kekhya

SHARABI-YAH

B 0114

1981

grey mare

Keheilan Ibn Jleidan  NR

Musa’r Rakad, Shammar

Keheileh Reeshah Sharabieh  NR

Ayid Al Fannish, Shammar

Ahmad Ghaluon

QOMAYRAH 

B 0115

1991

black mare

Rashad  A 0426

Waddahah  B 0014

Ahmad Ghaluon

HALEEMAH

B 0116

1982

grey mare

(Faress) NR (D new)  Hamdani Semri, A. Husni

Farhet Anter  B 0141

Bashar Museli

SALEMET MAHMOUD

B 0117

1993

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Ma’anagieh Sbeylieh  NR

Mahboud Shabta, Al Fadl

M Y Mahmoud

FARHET AWAD

B 0118

1992

grey mare

Sarhan  A 0393

(Um Talooa’)  NR Obayet Um Jreis

Al Haseeki, Al Naim

M. Ali Awad

SAKHR SHEEHAN

B 0119

1995

grey stallion

Masha’l  B 0010

Wardet Sheehan  B 0133  

Abdull K Sheehan

RA’AD NA’SAN

B 0120

1996

black stallion

Namrood Daraa’  B 0147

Obeyat Um Jreis  NR

Raji Na’san, Etseel

Hussein Raji Na’san

QAHOOM

B 0121

1996

grey mare

Oqbah  A 0678

Ablat Sedqi  B 0008

Sedqi Zreqat

AL NAWAF

B 0122

1997

grey stallion

Oqbah  A 0678

Ablat Sedqi  B 0008

Sedqi Zreqat

OQBAT SEDQI

B 0123

1998

grey stallion

Fawaz  A 0434

Ablat Sedqi  B 0008

Sedqi Zreqat

UM AL AWASEF

B 0124

1996

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Wardet Sheehan  B 0133 

Fareed Al Nouqari

JABBARAH

B 0125

1993

grey mare

Kareem  B 0109

Narah  A 0409

Fareed Al Nouqari

BUSHRA’ AN-NASEEF

B 0126

1993

bay mare

Hatem  A 0599

Um Boushra  B 0138

Jamal Istanbooli

QADAM AS-SA’D

B 0127

old

bay mare

Saglawi Ibn Zobeini  NR

Mason Modares, Aleppo

Obayet Hanadees  NR

Reda Al Kurdi, Aleppo

Ahmad Rataib Juneed

AL BAJRA’

B 0128

1990

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Jawlanieh  A 0519

Ma’moun Qasab Bashi

RA’D JAN-NAN

B 0129

1991

grey stallion

Masha’l  B 0010

Wardet Sheehan  B 0133

Bashar Jan-nan

NAIR-ROOZ

B 0130

1991

ch. mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Keheilet Al Wati  NR

Al Gheshem, Shammar

Dham Ahmad Hadi

HAMEEDAH

B 0131

1987

grey mare

Hamdani Semri  NR

T. Mithqal, Shammar

Daajaa  A 0077

Owaid N. Al Zemek

AMER HAKEM

B 0132

1988

grey stallion

Odei  A 0494

Falat  A 0501

Ali Al Hakem

WARDET SHEEHAN

B 0133

1975

grey mare

Keheilan Ajuz  NR

G Bakari Al Khawashmah

Obayet Um Jreis  NR

Ali Hussein, Al Naim

Abdull K Sheehan

ARJOUMEH

B 0134

1986

bay mare

Karmo  A 0223

Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh  NR

Douhem Arjouni, Tai

Saleh Douhem Arjoun

SABHET BARDAN

B 0135

1978

bay mare

Ma’anagi Hidraji  NR

Zaher Ofeitan, Shammar

Keheilet Ibn Jleidan  NR

Ibn Jleidan, Shammar

Abdull A.B. Jleidan

AYIDAH

B 0136

1983

bay mare

Karmo  A 0223

(Lailah)  NR Saglawieh Shaifieh Owaid N Zemek

Mukhlef Ghanj

UM REEHAB

B 0137

1983

bay mare

Keheilan Krush  NR

Jo. Mithkan, Tai

Al Rabdah  A 0361

Ahmad Akoub

UM BOUSHRA

B 0138

1989

bay mare

Hassounah  A 0030

Armousheh  A 0413

Ghawar Al Hesso

SABHAH AL THANIEH

B 0139

old

bay mare

Hamad Al Ahmmar B 0274

Ayidah  B 0136

Owaid N Zemek

AD-DAHMA

B 0140

1972

black mare

Ma’anagi Hidraji  NR Zaher Ofeitan, Shammar

Keheilet Krush  NR

Al Nassar, Shammar

Nasser A. Al Nassar

FARHET ANTER

B 0141

old

grey mare

Ayid A 0397

Zeinat Ayman  B 0003

Qassem Husni

ASH-SHAREEF

B 0142

1987

bay stallion

Al Ashqar  B 0150

Keheilet Ibn Mizher  NR

Mohammed Dahawi, Shammar

O. Al Sherif

HAMDANI AD-DA’BO

B 0143

1980

grey stallion

Dahman Amer, NR

Ojel Yawer, Shammar

Hamdaniet Ibn Ghorab  NR

Lahf Al Qatea’

M. & A. Da’boo

AL AS-DA’

B 0144

1972

bay stallion

Ma’anagi Hidraji  NR Zaher Ofeitan, Shammar

Keheilet Ibn Jleidan  NR

Ibn Jleidan, Shammar

Ali Al Bashah

HAMDANI AL RHAYEL

B 0145

1981

grey stallion

Keheilan Krush  NR

Jo. Mithkan, Tai

Hamdaniet Ibn Ghorab  NR

Owaid Al Moudhi, Tai

Abbas Al Rhayel

LAYTH AJ-JAZA’

B 0146

1990

grey stallion

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Mahmood Rumaid, Tai

Rafaah  A 0113

Saleh Jadoua’ Al Jaza’

NAMROOD DARAA’

B 0147

1990

bay stallion

Saqqar  A 0317

Keheilet Ajuz  NR

Nimr Al Bashawat, Al Naim

Hussein Raji Naasan

SHWEIMAN AS-SALEH

B 0148

1982

grey stallion

Al Aawar  A 0003

Shweimet Sabbah  NR

Saleh Hasan, Sharabeen

Saleh S.A. Hasan

TAHOOS

B 0149

1980

grey stallion

Karmo  A 0223

Tairah  A 0220

Fawaz Al Nawaf

AL ASHQAR

B 0150

1984

ch. stallion

Tahoos  B 0149

Keheilet Ibn Jleidan  NR

Ibn Jleidan, Shammar

Ahmad Kh Rumaid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HAMDANI AL MAJOUL

B 0151

1988

grey stallion

Tahoos  B 0149

Hamdaniet Ibn Ghorab  NR

Faisal Nawaf, Tai

Mukhlef Majoul

BARAZAN HASSAKA

B 0152

1986

grey stallion

Borhan  A 0560

Rikab  A 0013

Ibraheem M. Zreej

HAMAD AL ASHA’L

B 0153

1990

grey stallion

Tahoos  B 0149

Hameedah  B 0131

Owaid N. Zemek

SA’DAAN

B 0154

1986

grey stallion

Hamdani Ad-Da’bo B 0143

Keheilet Sa’adet Touqan  NR

Loutfi S Abd. Razak, Atfaiheen

Omar Al Obayed

AL BAZO

B 0155

old

grey stallion

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

A.F. Bazo, Shammar

(Dah-yeh)  NR Saglawieh

Jedranieh, Shammar

Abdull K. Bazo

SAHOOD

B 0156

old

bay stallion

Hamad Al Ahmmar B 0274

Saglawieh Shaifieh  NR

Owaid N Zemek, Tai

Owaid N Zemek

HAMDANI EFRI

B 0157

1989

grey stallion

Sa’daan  B 0154

Hamdaniet Al Efri  NR

Ibrahim Al Ali, Shammar

Ahmad Ibrahim Al Ali

SAKHER AL JABAL

B 0158

1993

grey stallion

Tahoos  B 0149

Kenanah  B 0189

Naief M Abdull Rahman

ASH-SHAHAM

B 0159

old

grey stallion

Taher  A 0301

(Sabah)  NR Keheileh Nawakieh

Khaled Khaleel

Khaled Khaleel

SABHET AJ-JAISSI

B 0160

1979

grey mare

Keheilan Um Jnoub  NR

H. Al Tawiel, Ras Al Ayn

Hadbaa Halbous  NR

Ahmad Awaid, Atfaiheen

Suleiman Al Jaissi

ALIAA AJ-JAISSI

B 0161

1994

bay mare

Sofian  A 0591

Sabhet Aj-Jaissi  B 0160

Suleiman Al Jaissi

RAZOUQAH

B 0162

1997

bay mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Holo Al Holo, Adwan

Hamdaniet Ibn Ghorab  NR

Jassem Al Jowar, Iqaidat

Abdull Haj Razouqi

FOURAT AD-DAYER

B 0163

1993

grey mare

Saoud  A 0123

(Rah-Bah)  NR (D reg) Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh, Ali Shareef, Mreer

Ali Shareef Al Mreer

BINT AL OUD

B 0164

1991

grey mare

Saglawi Marzakani  NR

(D reg)  Othman Al Haibi

Reem Al Oud  B 0186

Abdullah J. Freij

HOUSAEINET AL BADEYIA

B 0165

1988

ch. mare

Al Ashqar  B 0150

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Helawi Teemawe, Tai

Housain Al Hisou

AS-SAGHERAH

B 0166

1993

bay mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel B 0145

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR (S new)

H Al Shahel, D Al Sagher, Tai

Ahmad Diab Al Sagher

BASMET DIMASHQ

B 0167

1992

bay mare

Saglawi Ibn Bisra  NR

Shwaileh Saadi, Shammar

Saglawiet Ibn Bisra  NR

Ghalab Hamoud, Shammar

Bassam Qarah Jouli

FARHET GHALAB

B 0168

1984

black mare

Saglawi Ibn Amoud  NR

(D new) M. Joufan, Tai

(Al A’Awra’)  NR 

Saglawiet Ibn Bisra, Shammar

Gholab Al Reshow

SHAM-MET HAZA’

B 0169

1991

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

(Al Sarja’a)  NR Obayet Um Jreis

Fahed Al Khader, Enezah

Mufleh Al Haza’

SHEIMAA AD-DER

B 0170

1982

bay mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Holo Al Holo, Adwan

Hamdaniet Ibn Ghorab  NR

Fahed Al Dandal, Iqaidat

Jasem Al Jowar

SAHAAB AD-DAYER

B 0171

1996

ch. mare

Marzouq Al Thanie  A0752

Sheimaa Ad-Der  B 0170

Jasem Al Jowar

NAMROOD AD-DER

B 0172

1996

bay stallion

Souhaib  A 0751

Hamdaniet Ibn Ghorab  NR

Jassem Al Jowar, Iqaidat

Khalaf I. Al Omeir

BAHER HALAB

B 0173

1997

grey stallion

Ihsan Al Thani  A 0791

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR

Aswad Al Ouklah, Iqaidat

Ahmad M. Mallakee

WAFA AL HASSAKA

B 0174

1989

grey mare

Hamdani Semri  NR

Aswad Al Ouklah, Iqaidat

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR

Aswad Al Ouklah, Iqaidat

Ahmad M. Mallakee

MLEIHIET ABD

B 0175

1997

ch. mare

Hamad Al Asha’l  B 0153

Keheileh Mleihieh  NR (S reg)

Ali Hassan Khaboor, Tai

Mohammad A.R. Taii

SHAQRA’ HALAB

B 0176

1994

ch. mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR (S reg)

Radwan Shabareq

Mohammed E Din Baree

SA’ADET HAJI

B 0177

1991

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Jawlanieh  A 0519

Khaled Hamad Al Haji

KALEEFET AJ-JAZEE’

B 0178

1989

ch. mare

Borhan  A 0560

Keheileh Khilawieh  NR

Hammod Salem, Tai

Khalaf M. Al Jazee’

SHAQRA’ HADI

B 0179

1983

ch. mare

Borhan  A 0560

Hadbaa Enzahi  NR

Abdul H. Faza’ Hadi, Shammar

Daham Al Hadi

SALEHET HESO

B 0180

1996

grey mare

Layth Al Jaza’  B 0146

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR (S new)

Hussein Al Heso, Tai

Hussein Al Heso

THORAYET AT-TO

B 0181

1994

bay mare

Al Ash-hab  B 0034

Ma’anagiet Al Aqraa’  NR

Hussein Al Atto, Tai

Hussein Al Atto

KHANSA’ FAHR

B 0182

1990

grey mare

Tahoos  B 0149

Ma’anagiet Al Aqraa’  NR

Hussein Al Atto, Tai

Fahr Al Damin

NOORET HALAB

B 0183

1993

ch. mare

Al Aawar  A 0003

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR (S reg)

Radwan Shabareq

Mouhammad Kh. Al Miri’i

RAH-BAH FURAAT

B 0184

1984

grey mare

Saglawi Shaifi  NR

H. Ibn Mahel, Shammar

Fareehah  A 0530

Ali Shareef Mreer

SAWDA

B 0185

1996

black mare

Hamdani Efri  B 0157

Moteea’t Aj-Jarba  B 0057

Saif Hmoud Al Jarba

REEM AL OUD

B 0186

1980

grey mare

Obayan Seheili  NR

Atnan Al Shazi, Shammar

Obayah Seheilieh  NR

Motlaq N. Seheili, Shammar

M-Ajeeb Abd Al Kareem

TAIFORAH

B 0187

1993

grey mare

Ayham Hama  A 0644

Ma’anagieh Sbeylieh  NR (S reg)

Mostafa A Ameen, Hama

M. Taifour & M. Madani

MAYS AL REEM

B 0188

1994

bay mare

Iqab  A 9143

Hamdanieh Semrieh  NR

Daham Abd Azeiz, Ras Al Ain

Hiba Al Nou-aimi

KENANAH

B 0189

1989

grey mare

Hassounah  A 0030

Saglawiet Ibn Amoud  NR

D. Halwush & M. Esrai, Atfaiheen

Naif M And Al Rahman

GHAZALEH EDLEB

B 0190

1986

grey mare

Dahman  A 0055

Mateerah  A 0481

Hasan Ali Nirabee

KHALEELET DEIB

B 0191

1996

grey mare

Mahmood Iyn Qassarin A0965

Keheileh Jreishieh  NR (S reg)

Mohammad Daid, Akareb

Khalil Deib

FALEEHET DIAB

B 0192

1990

bay mare

Saglawi Jedrani  NR

Mahmood Rumaid, Tai

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Jadou Al Jaza’, Tai

Youssef A Diab

BADAWIET AL HASSAKA

B 0193

1991

grey mare

Tahoos  B 0149

Obayah Sharakieh  NR

Shammar

Ibrahim Badawi

MAREEFEH

B 0194

1992

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Ma’anagieh Sbeylieh  NR

Hamad M. Solaiman, Al Manafi

Hamad M. Solaiman

AL HADI

B 0195

1989

bay stallion

Borhan  A 0560

Keheilet Krush  NR

Meizar Abdull Mohsen, Shammar

Dham Ahmad Al Hadi

FALEEHET DARAA’

B 0196

1989

black mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Jawlanieh  A 0519

Shreideh Saleem

BANDARE

B 0197

1999

bay filly

Khamees  A 0945

Ownet Daham  B 0201

Daham Azab Al Wajea’a

HAMOUDEH

B 0198

1994

grey mare

Hamdani Efri  B 0157

Moteea’t Aj-Jarba  B 0057

Fares Hmoud Al Jarba

MAHMMOUDAH

B 0199

1999

ch. mare

Mahmood Iyn Qassarin A0965

Ma’anagiet Abou Saifain  NR

Mamdouh Al Salih, Homs

Mamdouh Al Salih

SROOJIEH

B 0200

1996

black mare

Obayan Sharaki  NR

H. Al Awad, Sebaa-Enezah

Ma’anagiet Abou Saifain  NR

Mamdouh Al Salih, Homs

Mohammad R. Al Srooji

OWNET DAHAM

B 0201

old

grey mare

Ma’anagi Sbeyli  NR

Shwaiti Najress, Iqaidat

Obayah Sharakieh  NR

Daham Al Wajea’a

Daham Azab Al Wajea’a

SALEMET OMAR

B 0202

1993

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

(Farrhet Solaiman)  NR (S reg) Hamdanieh Semrieh, O S Al Manafi

Omar Ah. Solaiman

SEETET DARAA

B 0203

1986

grey mare

Ma’anagi Sbeyli  NR

R. Al Ali, Al Manafi

Ma’anagieh Sbeylieh  NR

Hamad M. Solaiman, Al Manafi

Hassan Sh Al Saleem

SHEIKHET OMAR

B 0204

1974

ch. mare

Keheilan Ajuz  NR

Lafi Al Owaid, Al Naim

Keheilet Ajuz  NR

Nazaal Baroudi, Al Naim

Omar F Hatahet

ALAA’ AL HAJI

B 0205

1997

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Sa’adet Haji  B 0177

Khaled Hamad Al Haji

SABAH HOMS

B 0206

1991

grey mare

Ash-Shaham  B 0159

Keheileh Nawakieh  NR

Mohammad Soultan, Al Teh

Adham Abou Sha’er

BINT AL IZ

B 0207

1991

ch. mare

Hilal Al Sham  A 0440

Sheikhet Omar  B 0204

Omar F. Hatahet

GHAYTHAH AJ-JAZERAH

B 0208

1995

ch. mare

Keheilan Krush  NR (S reg) D. Al Hadi, Shammar

Nair-rooz  B 0130

Daham Al Hadi

BINT AR-RAYAH

B 0209

1996

bay mare

Keheilan Krush  NR (S reg) D. Al Hadi, Shammar

Rayah  A 0366

Daham Al Hadi

REEMET FALAH

B 0210

1993

bay mare

Keheilan Krush  NR (S reg) D. Al Hadi, Shammar

Al A’seefa  B 0278

Falah Ahmad Hussein

KAWKAB AL JAWLAN

B 0211

1995

ch. mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Sa’adet Haji  B 0177

Khaled Hamad Al Haji

HAISSAH

B 0212

1989

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

Obayet Um Jreis  NR

Jasem Saleem, Al Naim

Thani Al Faress

LOUTFEEAH

B 0213

1998

grey mare

Hamdani Efri  B 0157

Keheilet Sa’adet Touqan  NR

Loutfi S Abd. Razaq, Atfaiheen

Loutfi Souliman Abdull Razaq

FARHET ISMAIL

B 0214

1987

bay mare

Taher  A 0301

Sabhet Hama  B 0277

Ahmad Ismail

SAHERAH

B 0215

1979

bay mare

Taher  A 0301

(Um Saherah)  NR

Keheileh Haifieh, Fadaan-Enezah

Ahmad Ismail

SA’ADET DAHAM

B 0216

1981

grey mare

Keheilan Krush  NR

Jo. Mithkan, Tai

Keheilet Sa’adet Touqan  NR

Loutfi S Abd. Razaq, Atfaiheen

Daham Ahmad Hadi

MASH-HOOR SHAMMAR

B 0217

1982

ch. stallion

Odei  A 0494

Saglawiet Ibn Bisra  NR

Talal Mithqal, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

FARAH HADI

B 0218

1994

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Sa’adet Daham  B 0216

Daham Ahmad Hadi

SAR-KHET HADI

B 0219

1994

bay mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Keheilet Al Wati  NR

Al Gheshem, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

GHADER HADI

B 0220

1992

bay mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Keheilet Al Wati  NR

Al Gheshem, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

SA’ADET HADI

B 0221

1993

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Keheilet Sa’adet Touqan  NR

(SS reg) D. A. Hadi, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

DARA’ HADI

B 0222

1993

grey stallion

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Rayah  A 0366

Daham Ahmad Hadi

NOOR HADI

B 0223

1995

bay mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Rayah  A 0366

Daham Ahmad Hadi

HADEEL HADI

B 0224

1994

ch. mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Al Marazeek, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

SABHET HADI

B 0225

1996

ch. mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Al Marazeek, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

SAGLAWI ASBIEH

B 0226

1989

ch. stallion

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Saglawiet Ibn Bisra  NR

Deyab Sebeih, Shammar

Abdull Hameed Sebieh

SHEIKHET AL REFA’I

B 0227

1990

bay mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Sarhan Madlool, Tai

Saleh B Al Refa’i

FADEELAH

B 0228

1990

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Keheilet Ajuz  NR

Ibraheem Sa’adi, Shammar

Nawaf Kanj Al Fadel

HARBET AS-SALEH

B 0229

1995

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Ar-Reeshah  B 0009

Ismail Al Saleh

MAHBOOBET DAHAM

B 0230

1992

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Rayah  A 0366

Daham Ahmad Hadi

JAS-SAR

B 0231

1996

grey stallion

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Firdawieh  A 0039

Abdull Jabar Al Awasi

GHANDOURET FAHED

B 0232

1991

ch. mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Nojumieh  A 0360

Abdull Razaq Saoudi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FARHET HADI

B 0233

1993

ch. mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Hadbaa Enzahi  NR (S reg)

Daham Hadi, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

THAHAB HADI

B 0234

1996

bay stallion

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Farhet Hadi  B 0233

Daham Ahmad Hadi

SHAIKHET MUSLEH

B 0235

1991

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Falhet Musleh  B 0070

Owead S. Musleh

MASH-HOOR MUSLEH

B 0236

1993

grey stallion

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Falhet Musleh  B 0070

Owead S. Musleh

NAJMEET MUSLEH

B 0237

1995

grey mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Falhet Musleh  B 0070

Owead S. Musleh

SAYARAH

B 0238

1991

ch. mare

Mash-hoor Shammar B 0217

Obayet Ibn Sehayan  NR (D reg)

Ibn Sehayan, Shammar

Sayar M. Tallaa’

FARHAN

B 0239

1996

grey stallion

Mash-hoor Musleh  B 0236

Farhet Belo  B 0021

Farhan Bello

EIDET AKOUB

B 0240

1990

grey mare

Saglawi Ibn Bisra  NR

(S new) D. Sebieh Shammar

Shweimet Sabbah  (SS new)  NR

Fawaz Salamo, Tai

Jadoa’ Al Akoub

GHALIYET DAHAM

B 0241

1983

grey mare

Saglawi Marzakani  NR

I. Marzakani, Shammar

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Iyadah Marzakani, Shammar

Daham Ahmad Hadi

FARHET SALAMO

B 0242

1994

black mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Sheikhah  B 0276

Abd. Muheer Salamo

HAYSET OMAR

B 0243

1991

bay mare

Hamdani Al Rhayel  B 0145

Keheilet Sa’adet Touqan  NR 

(SS reg) Dawoud Da’bo

Omer Al Obaid

REEM AKOUB

B 0244

1993

bay mare

Al As-Da’  B 0144

Um Reehab  B 0137

Jadoua’ Akoub

MAHA AJARBA

B 0245

1988

grey mare

Tahoos  B 0149

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Amer Jarba, Shammar

Amer Hameed Al Jarba

MAY-MOON JARBA

B 0246

1996

bay stallion

Khaldee  A 0581

Maha Ajarba  B 0245

Amer Hameed Al Jarba

BASHIEH

B 0247

1990

bay mare

Hamad Al Ahmmar B 0274

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Alyas Tallab, Tai

Lourans Tarzi Bashi

LOURANS

B 0248

1993

grey stallion

Hamad Al Ahmmar B 0274

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Alyas Tallab, Tai

Lourans Tarzi Bashi

GHAZALAT DAMI

B 0249

1989

bay mare

Hatem  A 0599

Saglawieh Jedranieh  NR

Alyas Tallab, Tai

Dami Al Zaher

REEM MANEA’

B 0250

1993

bay mare

Hatem  A 0599

Ghazalat Dami  B 0249

Manea’ Hameedi Hadi

SHALET AD-DABO

B 0251

1993

grey mare

Barazan Hassaka  B 0152

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Sulaiman Dabo, Sharabeen

Sha’lan Ah. Da’bo

A’ROOSET AL BADEYAH

B 0252

1994

grey mare

Barazan Hassaka  B 0152

Saglawieh Marzakanieh  NR

Sulaiman Dabo, Sharabeen

Ramadan Da’bo

NAJMET SULAIMAN

B 0253

1993

grey mare

Sofian  A 0591

Obayeh Seheilieh  NR

Abdull Azeez Moslat, Jboor

Sulaiman Jeesi

ANOOD AFFARI

B 0254

1989

grey mare

Obayan Ibn Sehayan  NR

M. Madhi, Shammar

Obayeh Affarieh  NR

Hameed Al Affari, Shammar

Hameed O. Al Affari

MAHAA AFFARI

B 0255

1993

grey mare

Ibn Shamsi  B 0275

Anood Affari  B 0254

Mohamad O. Al Affari

NOUFET HAMEED

B 0256

1996

bay mare

Hamdani Ibn Ghorab  NR (S new)  Ali Hamzah, Tai

Mabrooket Antar  B 0040

Suliman Ha. Thalth

MUTA’BAH

B 0257

1993

bay mare

Hamdani Ibn Ghorab  NR

Asri Dahawi, Shammar

Keheileh Da’ajanieh  NR

(S reg) Muklaf M. Rhayel, Shammar

Mukhlaf M.R. Roumi

SALEHET AD-DER

B 0258

1989

grey mare

Aasi  A 0208

Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh  NR

Najress, Iqaidat

Raheil Y. Yousef

HELWET YOUSEF

B 0259

1992

grey mare

Saoud  A 0123

Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh  NR

Najress, Iqaidat

Raheil Y. Yousef

WAD-HET YOUSEF

B 0260

1993

grey mare

Saoud  A 0123

Ma’anaghieh Sbeylieh  NR

Najress, Iqaidat

Raheil Y. Yousef

SAYFIEH

B 0261

1988

grey mare

Obayan Seheili  NR

Al Bashaat

Wadeehah  A 0553

Abdull Abou Saifain

WARDET HAMOUDAH

B 0262

1991

grey mare

Masha’l  B 0010

(Thoraiet Aj-Jawlan)  NR (S reg)

Keheilet Wathnah, H.N. Sari, Al Naim

Fareed Al Nouqari

QAMAR AJ-JAWLAN

B 0263

old

bay mare

Keheilan Ajuz  NR

Morshed Dafaq, Al Naim

Keheilet Ajuz  NR

Ahmad M.H. Refai, Al Naim

Ghaleb Bakari

SAQER AJ-JAWLAN

B 0264

1991

ch. stallion

Darrab  A 0300

Qamar Aj-Jawlan  B 0263

Ghaleb Bakari

GHAZALET AJ-JAWLAN

B 0265

1995

grey mare

Ghazei  A 0691

Qamar Aj-Jawlan  B 0263