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Heirloom Egyptian Arabian Horses, 1840-2000 BIBLIOGRAPHY References contained herein include sources cited in the text of Heirloom Egyptian Arabian Horses, 18402000, as well as publications pertaining to Heirloom horses of interest to both the casual reader and serious scholar. This bibliography is not an exhaustive listing due to time and space constraints, but does seek to highlight publications that are rich sources of information on this small but influential group of horses. For further and broader reading, see the comprehensive bibliography in Al Khamsa Arabians II. We have limited annotations to descriptions of subject matter and/or relevance where not evident by the title. PUBLISHED SOURCES “The 1996 Foal Pictorial,” Arabian Visions, 14: 3 (November/December 1996): 33. “2001 Annual Meeting and National Convention,” Khamsat, 18: 4 (Winter 2001): 4-8. [Includes information on rejection of *Nureddin II for the Al Khamsa roster.] Abdullah [King of Jordan] (Philip P. Graves, ed.). Memoirs of King Abdullah of Transjordan. (London: Jonathan Cape), 1950. Introduction by R. J. C. Broadhurst. Aborn, Irene. “Flying A Ranch,” Foundations, 3: 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 4-5. “AHW Heritage Horse: Aswan,” Arabian Horse World Quarterly, 1: 2 (Spring 1998): 24. Al Khamsa, Inc. Al Khamsa Arabians. (Rockford, IL: Privately published), 1983. _______. Al Khamsa Arabians II. (Topeka, KS: Privately published), 1993. _______. Al Khamsa Arabians II Update 1998: A Documentation of Al Khamsa Arabians and Their History. (Topeka, KS: Privately published), 1998. _______. The Al Khamsa Directory. (Privately published), 1976. _______. Al Khamsa Arabians Directory 1996. (Topeka, KS: Privately published), 1996. Al Khamsa, Inc. and CMK. The Preservation Breeding Symposium. (Privately published), 1996. “Al Khamsa Convention Business,” Khamsat, 12: 4 (November 1995): 13-19. [Includes information on rejection of *Nureddin II for the Al Khamsa roster.] “Al Khamsa Organizational News,” Khamsat, 18: 3 (Fall 2001): 3. [Mentions Serrenade’s success as a therapeutic riding horse.] Aldington, Richard. Lawrence of Arabia: A Biographical Enquiry. (Chicago: Henry Regnery Company), 1955. “All-Time Canadian National Results,” Arabian Horse World (August 1983). “American Bred Male Champion Wins British Ascot,” Express, 31 (October 1978). [Describes success of The Shah at Ascot.] American Endurance Ride Conference. 2003 AERC Yearbook of Endurance Riding. (Auburn, CA), 2004. [Contains profile of 2003 National Best Condition Champion OT Moniet Nessous.] American Trakehner Association Web site, URL: Mares/ATATB&ArabianMarePilotProgram.htm, accessed 4/2004. [Describes a pilot program allowing Thoroughbred, Anglo-Arab, and Arabian mares into the Trakehner Stud Book as breeding stock.]

Ammon, Karl Wilhelm. Historical Reports from Early Travellers on Arab Horse Breeding and the Arabian Horse. (Hildesheim, Germany, and New York: Olms Presse), 1993 (1834). Translated from the German. Anglesey, [Marquess of]. A History of the British Cavalry 1816 to 1919: Mesopotamia, 1914-1918 (Vol. 6). (London: Leo Cooper), 1995. “Ansata and Pritzlaff at one Location,” Preservation Print, 1: 1 (November 15, 1996): 3. “*Ansata Ibn Halima Granddaughters,” Preservation Print, 2: 1 (January 15, 1997): 1-2. Arab Horse Society. The Journal of the Arab Horse Society 1935-1938. (Gloucestershire, UK: Alexander Heriot & Co. Ltd.), 1979. “Arab Horses, a Visit to a Stable where They Are Bred,” New York Times (August 11, 1889): 16. [Contains statements by Wilfrid Blunt.] Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc. Arabian Horse Bookshelf 1997. (Denver, CO: Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc.), 1997. [CD-ROM.] _______. Arabian Horse Bookshelf 1998. (Denver, CO: Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc.), 1998. [CD-ROM.] _______. Arabian Horse Bookshelf 1999. (Denver, CO: Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc.), 1999. [CD-ROM.] _______. Arabian Horse Datasource 2000. (Denver, CO: Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc.), 2000. [CD-ROM with Class A show results from the IAHA and racing records from the AJC.] Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc. Arabian Horse Datasource Online. Accessed February 2002. [Online service.] _______. The Arabian Stud Book. Vols. 5-71. (Chicago, IL, and Denver, CO: Arabian Horse Club of America [later the Arabian Horse Registry of America]), 1944-1997. Archer, Rosemary, and James Fleming, ed. Lady Anne Blunt, Journals and Correspondence 1878-1917. (Cheltenham, UK: Alexander Heriot & Co. Ltd.), 1986. Archer, Rosemary, Colin Pearson, and Cecil Covey. The Crabbet Arabian Stud: Its History and Influence. New ed. (Cheltenham, UK: Alexander Heriot & Co. Ltd.), 2002 (1978). [Citations are from the 1994 edition.] Asil Club. Asil Araber. 3 vols. (Hildesheim, Germany, and New York: Olms Presse), 1977-1985. _______. Asil Arabians II. (Hildesheim, Germany, and New York: Olms Presse), 1980. English edition. _______. Asil Arabians III. (Hildesheim, Germany: Olms Presse), 1985. English edition. Austin, Donald. “Aana,” Foundations, 2: 4 (Winter 1992): 1-2. _______. “Fabo,” Foundations, 1: 2 (Fall 1990): 3 ff. _______. “Farida,” Foundations, 3: 2 (Summer 1993): 5. _______. “Fay Sabbah,” Foundations, 3: 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 1-3. _______. “*Ghazala,” Foundations, 3: 1 (Spring 1993): 1 ff. _______. “Hallany Mistanny,” Foundations, 5: 1 (Spring/Summer 1995): 7-9. _______. “Moniet El Nefous,” Foundations, 4: 2 (June 1994): 8-10. Baird, Barbara. “Doc’s Best: The Doyle Arabians,” Breeder’s Service Bulletin (Fall 1975): 5-8. Bakels, Frederik. “The Asil Arabian in the Light of New Genetic Knowledge.” (Hildesheim, Germany: Olms Presse), 1981. [Lecture held before the Asil Club on September 29, 1979.]

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Encyclopaedia of the Orient, accessed in 2002. URL: Erisman, Jill. “The Colonel and His Horses,” Arabian Visions, 10: 3 (September/October 1993): 59-60. [Profile of the Fippen breeding program.] _______. “Heirloom: An Intensive Preservation Effort,” Arabian Visions, 11: 4 (November/December 1994): 41. _______. “Ra’adin Inshalla: Memories of a Long, Rich Life,” Arabian Visions, 13: 5 (January/February 1997): 12-15. _______. “The RDM Maar Hala Story,” Arabian Visions, 10: 1 (May/June 1993): 17-20. Ferriss, Joe. “*Abu Zeyd,” Foundations, 6: 1 (Winter/Spring 1997): 35. _______. “Additional Foundation Horses in Al Khamsa’s Roster which do not Appear in Al Khamsa Arabians II,” Khamsat, 12: 4 (November 1995): 35-41. _______. “An Interview with Babson Farm Manager, John Vogel,” Khamsat, 14: 4 (Winter 1997): 33-36. _______. “Father & Son Kings and The Inshass Stud,” Khamsat, 15: 1 (Spring 1998): 19-25. _______. “Memories of *Bint Maisa El Saghira,” Khamsat, 14: 2 (Summer 1997): 44-45. _______. “Reflecting on the Quiet Prince—Kemal El Dine Hussein,” Khamsat, 17: 3 (Fall 2000): 16-20. _______. “Rustem in Retrospect,” Khamsat, 12: 1 (March 1995): 27-31. _______. “Sirecho, Some Background and Personal Reflections,” Foundations, 5: 3 (Winter 1996): 21-23. [Contains information on his sire *Nasr.] _______. “In Tribute to *Maaroufa,” Khamsat, 19: 3 (Fall 2002): 11-20. _______. “Vincent Melzac: An Eye for Art, a Vision for Arabians,” Arabian Visions, 8: 11 (March 1992): 28-29. _______. “Vincent Melzac—The Art of Breeding Sheykh Obeyd,” Foundations, 3: 1 (Spring 1993): 9-10. _______. “With and Without,” Khamsat, 6: 2 (May 1989): 41-44. Ferriss, Joe, and Karen Stalmann. “All in the Family—The Rudalaro Story,” Khamsat, 18: 1 (Spring 2001): 11-15. Field, [Dr.] Henry. Arabian Desert Tales Between the Two Great Wars. (Santa Fe, NM: Synergetic Press), 1976. Fields, Barbara. “Babson Update 1997,” Khamsat, 14: 4 (Winter 1997): 9-20. Fifield, Debbie. “Sheykh Obeyd *Zarife Descendant Research,” The Pasha Chronicle, 2: 3 (January 1995): 52. Finke, Betty. “A History of Weil-Marbach,” Arabian Horse World (March 1984): 206. _______. “What Price Preservation?” Arabian Horse World, 41: 10 (July 2001): 130-135. Fippen, John W. “Gentleness in the Sheykh Obeyd Horses,” Foundations, 3: 3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993): 10. _______. “Our Al Khamsa Horses and Dressage,” Khamsat, 8: 3 (July 1991): 29-30. _______. “Sheykh Obeyd Performance,” The Pasha Chronicle, 2: 1 (Summer 1993): 16. Fleming, James, ed. The Courthouse Arabian Stud. (Cheltenham, UK: Alexander Heriot & Co. Ltd.), 1992. Flynn, Joan, and Coralie Gordon, comp. The Crabbet Arabian Imports to Australia. 1st ed. (Samford, Queensland, Australia: Somerset Publications, Pty. Ltd.), 1988.

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