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#21 TripleHFarm

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Posted 02 October 2006 - 10:50 AM

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#22 larapintavian

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Posted 02 October 2006 - 11:59 AM

you talking about 'Connie'?


No, C.H. the Lady Leonie (Gabbar by Fa el Dine x Candyhorse Mamzal out of Azal)The grey mare, during the 1981 IAHA Championship ride. (Lepreconn is the chestnut that I rode)
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Thought I had the pics of Chris mounting her at a P&R and also trotting her out in hand, but guess they're not on this computer yet.
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Posted 02 October 2006 - 08:14 PM

Thanks for the photo of Fadl! You can see his genetics in the Zab line

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Posted 17 November 2006 - 02:37 PM

From the AHA website:

Henry B. Babson of Chicago, Illinois, was not a young man when he set up his Arabian stud farm at Grand Detour, Illinois. Like Dickinson, he tested the Polish-Egyptian cross; his most famous stallion was the Egyptian *Fadl, who crossed on the Polish mare *Kaztelanka, produced Fadheilan, sire of Fadjur, for many years the leading living sire of champions. He differed from his contemporaries, who largely favored mating whatever horses seemed appropriate without regard to country of origin, and adhered to Egyptian bloodlines.

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Posted 02 January 2007 - 09:16 AM

Both my boys have lines to the wonderful Babson horses......although heavy Ansata bred ....my gelding has lines via El Hadiyyah (dam line via EL Maar) and his tail female line is Maar Ree via the beautiful Maar Juahara. My 2 yr old colt is from the famed Ansata Nile Mist female line....Falima (Fa Habba)......my first Arabian a beautiful mare..her grandam was Fa Serra (Fa Serr x Maardina)....love the Babson's ......

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Posted 13 January 2007 - 08:39 AM

I always wondered what might have been had Mr. Babson kept a straight Polish line, a straight Egyptian line and a Polish/Egyptian line. Some of his best horses were from the cross. Tobruk was an excellent horse and sire. *Sulejman was thought by many to be one of the really good stallions to ever be imported to this country. He was also according to John Vogel, Homer Watson's favorite riding horse. It is a shame that Mrs. Ticken (sp??), Mr. Babson's daughter didn't have any children or grand children to continue the farm. I visited it in August of 1992 and it was an absolutely beautiful place on a great setting. The barns and out buildings were tongue and groove hickory. Built in the 1920's or 1930's they looked so well preserved. I wonder what happened to that place. I hope someone didn't tear it all down and develop it.

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Posted 13 January 2007 - 10:27 PM

Last I knew the farm is still there. A friend of mine did a internship at the farm. training as a future mamager before the farm closed.

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Posted 31 January 2007 - 07:01 PM

I have a mare that is Babson bred on her dam line - her sire is Desperado V. Her dam is Aberjahna (Serr Bah X Sintefha). Really excited to have her - she's a lovely black bay, typey and elegant with a lovely neck on her, and I think she gets her size from her sire. Big girl.

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Posted 06 February 2007 - 06:10 AM

I have a Princeton Faaris daughter and she is out of Bint Ibn Fadl the last in the WORLD! I am so happy to have her. She is bred to Sunnyru Maarine a Princton Faaris son for a Spring foal. Tara is 21 years old now. I will either breed her to an Arabi fadh Onyx son or my Sahanad grandson this spring/summer. Here is a couple pictures of her. One when she was around 17 and the other after she arrived at my place at 21.

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Posted 06 February 2007 - 08:16 AM

Have always had me a major love affair w/the Babson horses. Worked at a farm that stood a young *Ibn Moniet son out of a Babson mare, truly nice colt all around.

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