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Imported Foundation Stock of North American Arabian Horses Vol. 1 by Carol Mulder

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Vol. 1 Reg. numbers 1 to 82

 During Carol Mulders long career, writing and researching Arabians, she had accumulated a large amount of scarce and important history, letters, magazines and rare photos of  early Arabian horses imported into the U.S. These horses became the foundation stock of the American Arabian horse. She then published this information and photos in 2 vols. in 1969 and 1972. After their publication she uncovered a great deal of new material, letters, never seen before photos and much more history. Much of the new information came from Lady Annes Blunts stud books and records that were in the possession of Lady Anne Lytton, Lady Wentworths daughter, granddaughter of Lady Anne Blunt. So Carol revised and updated the first 2 volumes and then added a 3rd volume.

This book is the revised Vol. 1 and covers Arabians #1 to 82.  Information on each horse may vary but usually includes: Vital Information-age, sex, color, year foaled, importer, sire, dam, get, history, rare photos, description, breeding results plus photos and 5 generation pedigree. Arabians covered in this book include: Nejdme, Obeyran, Ibn Mahruss, Haleb, Muson, Wadduda, Azra, Deyr, Antar, Abu Zeyd, Hamrah, Gomusa, Hadba and more.

ARABIANS PICTURED INCLUDE: Abeyah, Abu Zeyd, Antar, Basilisk, Burka, Deyr, Daoud, Hadban, Ibn Mahruss, Nejdame, Muson, Rodania, Rose of Diamond, Seger, Sobha, Wadduda and  many more.

Ancestral Index for Vol. 1
Sire Lines for Vol. 1
Family Lines-Vol. 1
Strain reference - Vol. 1
Breeders-Vol. 1 --includes many desert tribes
Importers-Vol. 1
Bibliography which includes Articles, books, catalogs, booklets, brochures, pamphlets, magazines and papers.
 About the Author

 Hard cover book in excellent condition, no dust jacket as issued, some highlighting, 314 pages. Here is absolutely fascinating reading and great Arabian horse history with an amazing amount of information on these early imports!