King Wilhelm I of Württemberg rode and drove himself only Arab thoroughbreds. He was fascinated by their endurance, strength and excellent character traits. In 1817 he founded the private stud Because in Stuttgart where he bred this breed. In 1816, the Oriental expert Baron Fechtig import the original Arabian mare born in 1808 Murana I to Weil. Bought in Triest and bred by the Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II (also the Stallion Bairactar), she was a dapple gray, and according to Professor Rueff noble, strong and regular, had a nice, strong foundation, excellent hindquarters with excellent hocks. She died in 1825, but their line remained intact until today. The horses of this Tail female line are of much substance, caliber, bone strength, strong, proper foundations, combined with excellent movements and superb character.