The Babson Influence: A Retrospective
|10||Simeon Shai+ was imported to the U.S. shortly after the AHR stopped using an asterisk (*) to denote imported horses. In the literature, his name appears both with and without the asterisk. With this notable exception, we have shown him without the asterisk, as he is described in AHA DataSource.|
|12||Bev Davison was a groom for the stallion Eternety.|
|17||Ibntep of Rose is by Inshalla Imhotep, not AK Waseem Montaal. AK Waseem Montaal is his maternal grandsire.|
|18||Lesley Detweiler provided photos in addition to images of her sponsored horses, and Candice Russell, granddaughter of Darlene Thomas, gave permission to use the photo of Fadaan from her grandmother’s collection. Eleanor Prince and Joan Weise DeVour also gave permission to use photos from their collections.B. Paul Husband granted permission to use a Johnny Johnston photo of Khemosabi.|
|59||The photo of Bint Sabah should be attributed to the Judith Forbis collection: Reprinted with permission from Judith Forbis, Authentic Arabian Bloodstock, p. 146.|
|70||The photo of Masada Susar with Elizabeth Powell was taken by Cyann Looney.|
|99||In part because of the lag time in posting international births in the AHA’s online DataSource, the editors accidentally omitted the existence of Manara Rabdan 2002 bay stallion (Masada Rabdan x AK Bint Serasaab), full sibling to Manara Faserouf 1999 stallion and Manara Fay Dalla 2000 mare. Manara Rabdan should appear in Chart 4, listing extant SBE descendants of *Bint Bint Durra, as the third entry beneath and indented from his sire, Masada Rabdan (column 2).|
|109||The stud where Dyra was bred is properly spelled Koenigsfeld or Königsfeld.|
|151||This image is Disaan as a mature stallion. He is two years old in the photo on p. 150.|
|173||AK Bint Serasaab produced a total of 13 registered foals. Walter Schimanski is the breeder of record for four foals, although AK Bint Serasaab was exported in 1996 (with Masada Mamnon and Masada Bahir, who arrived earlier that year) to the Netherlands in foal with Manara Sabbah, born at Manara Arabians in the Spring of 1997. The Stams relocated to Ireland in 2001, taking all of their horses with them. As of early 2010, AK Bint Serasaab, remains alive and well at Manara Arabians, a beloved and well-traveled Babson matriarch with descendants in the U.S., Canada, England, Ireland, Belgium, France, and Germany.|
|238||The sire of Nabiel+/ is *Sakr+++.|
|248||The photo of MSF Hamdani Simri was taken by Megan Detweiler.|
|259||Sharon Meyers is the author of the Al Karim Sirhalima profile.|
|264||In 2001, Gert and Elisabeth Stam relocated to Ireland, taking the SBEs AK Bint Serasaab, Masada Bahir, Masada Mamnon, Masada Faddan, Manara Sabbah, Manara Aana, and Manara Fay Dalla with them.|
|269||Mary Robinson is riding Kahream in the Lesley Detweiler photo.|
|275||The photo of MSF Fadlima was taken by Megan Detweiler.|
|288||AK Bint Serasaab’s thirteenth foal was born in 2004.|
|294||Bev Davison is riding Bint Sandarac SDA.|
|305||Another SBE filly was born in 2008: R Mahroufs Kyra (Ser Mahrouf x Mah Bint Roulena), bred by Ralph or Rose Marie Tebbe.|
|402||AK Bint Serasaab was exported from the U.S. to the Netherlands and then to Ireland.|
|403||AK Bint Serasaab’s progeny recorded through 2007 should total 10 , and her SBE sons should total 4.
Amere Legacy’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 7, and his SBE daughters total 2.
|404||Amiras Ibn Charab’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 7.
Bint Fay Amy’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 1.
|405||BLMaaroufas Ibn Image is registered as bay.Chars Tahlia’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 1.|
|407||Gardenia Serpreme’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 1, and her SBE status should be “Extant.”|
|408||Kismet El Mah Habba’s reference number is AHR 596917.|
|409||Mahlisa’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 1.|
|410||Manara Aana’s reference number is AHSB 11160 and her breeder of record is Elisabeth Stam.In part because of the lag time in posting international births in the AHA’s online DataSource, the editors accidentally omitted Manara Rabdan from the population chart. His entry should read as follows:
Manara Rabadan AHSB [Pending] 2002 Gray Stallion Masada Mamnon x AK Bint Serasaab [bred by] Elisabeth Stam 0 0 0 Unreplaced.
His current reference number has since been assigned as AHSB 33447, and although he is listed as a bay horse in DataSource, private correspondence from the Stams informs us that Rbdan has turned gray.
Masada Mamnon’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 3 , and his SBE sons should total 2.
|413||Serpreme Sharifa’s registered progeny through 2007 should total 5.|
|425||BLMaaroufas ibn Image is registered as bay.|
|427||SAH Shahrah is not extant in the Babson/Brown blend (BBR) as of 2008. Her only BBR son was gelded without progeny in 2007.|
|429||Bint Fay Amy produced her first foal, a Babson/Halima (BH) daughter born in Belgium, that also replaces her in the following bloodlines: Asil Club (AC), American Foundation by pedigree (AF), Straight Egyptian (SE), and Sheykh Obeyd (SO).|
|435||Mahlisa also produced a 2003 daughter, not registered until 2008, that extends her influence to the Babson/Hallany (BHM) bloodline.Amiras Ibn Charab sired a 2007 daughter, not registered until 2008, that extends his influence to the Combined Source (CS) bloodline.
Chars Tahlia produced her first foal in 2007, a Babson/Doyle (BDY) filly not registered until 2008, that also replaces her in the following bloodline groups: Asil Club (AC), Al Khamsa (AK), Early American Foundation (EAF), Heirloom (HL), and Sheykh Obeyd (SO).
Almoraima Gitano (photo, top center) was never gelded.
|437||Serpreme Sharifa also produced a 2006 AFB colt beyond the parameters of the asil herd. Her progeny status is not affected.The editors are delighted to discover that Gardenia Serpreme produced her first SBE replacement, a 2007 chestnut filly by Amere Legacy, recently registered as Zara Cali AHR #643274.|
|443||In 2001, Masada Bahir went from the Netherlands to Ireland.Masada Faddan was exported from the U.S. to the Netherlands in 2000, and went to Ireland in 2001.|
|445||In 2001 AK Bint Serasaab went from the Netherlands to Ireland. She has a fourth SBE son, accidentally omitted from her progeny list: Manara Rabdan 2020 gray (by Masada Mamnon) Elisabeth Stam (Ireland).Manara Faserouf went from the Netherlands to England in 1999.
Manara Sabbah went from the Netherlands to Ireland in 2001.
Manara Fay Dalla went from the Netherlands to Ireland in 2001 and to Germany in 2003.
Manara Aana was born in the Netherlands and went to Ireland at her dam’s side in 2001. Her breeder of record is Elisabeth Stam.
|464||Manara Aana’s breeder of record is Elisabeth Stam.In part because of the lag time in posting international births in the AHA’s online DataSource, the editors accidentally omitted Manara Rabdan from the sire line charts. He should appear as the third SBE foal of Masada Mamnon with the following entry:
Mañana Rabdan 2002 gray (x AK Bint Serasaab) Elisabeth Stam (0–0)
|466||BLMaaroufas ibn Image is registered as bay.|
|488||Entry for Amun El Kantor (1978) is out of place. It should appear after Amrulla (1955).|
|492||Entry for Halim Shah I (1985) is out of place. It should appear after Halim El Nefous (1980).|
|495||Birth date for Nadra El Saghira should be (ca. 1910).|
|496||Birth date for Negma should be (ca. 1910).Add 443 to entry for RHF Ranada.
Birth date for Rodania should be (ca. 1869).
|497||Add 461 to entry for Sera Ibn Khezera.|
|499||Birth date for Zareif should be (1932).|
|501||The entry for Husband, Paul should read Husband, B. Paul.|
|502||The entry for Schrishuhn, Debra Kay should read 195, not 194.|