Melazona

1982 Grey Arabian Mare

 

Extended Pedigree:

Melazona G

Comar Raffdazon G Ferzon G Ferneyn G Ferseyn G
Moneyna G
Fersara G Ferseyn G
Bint Sahara G
Raffda G *Raffles W Skowronek G
Rifala G
Draffna G Indraff G
Nabika G
Az Melody G Azy G Azraff G *Raffles W
*Azja IV B
Poppy G Geym G
Bahia G
Melyima C Melnad C Ibn Hanad C
Melody C
Geyima C Geym G
Nima C


Pedigree Research:


Comar Raffdazon

Comar Raffdazon

Grey Arabian Stallion

Reference Sire

- Canadian Top Ten Halter Stallion
- Many times Champion and Most Classic
- Pleasure Driving Champion

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Ferzon

Ferzon

1952 Grey Arabian Stallion

Reference Sire

A Leading Sire of Champions -- Of 227 foals, he sired 82 Champions & 24 National winners

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Ferneyn

Ferneyn

Grey Arabian Stallion

Reference Sire

- Pictured at age 22 years
- Ferneyn is known for his famous son, Ferzon.

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Fersara

Fersara
1947 Grey Arabian Mare
Reference Dam

Bred & owned by the McCoys, Fersara was many times a champion and she had 8 foals, all of whom won championships.

Fersara was sired by Ferseyn, S. California Champion Stallion and she was out of Bint Sahara, one of the most influential Arabian broodmares.

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Ferseyn

Ferseyn

1937 Grey Arabian Stallion

Reference Sire

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Bint Sahara

Bint Sahara

1942 Grey Arabian Mare

Reference Dam

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*Raffles

*Raffles
1926 Grey Arabian Stallion
Reference Sire

*Raffles possessed exquisite Arabian type.

In 1933 he was named Three-Gaited Champion at the National Arabian Show in Nashville. His natural action was extremely high and he could perform five gaits when asked.

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Skowronek

Skowronek
1909 Grey Arabian Stallion
Reference Sire

He was a small horse described as being exceptionally beautiful, with good substance, lovely action and presence, and very correct conformation.

He foaled in Poland, was imported to England, and later purchased by Lady Wentworth.  Skowronek won numerous show titles for Crabbet Stud, but more important were his foals.  According to Lady Wentworth:  "With the monopoly of Skowronek as a sire, I founded a completely new dynasty ... the Stud was raised to a standard of world celebrity never before achieved."

Skowronek horses are known for their athletic ability, versatility, correct conformation, substance, intelligence, good disposition, quality, and of course TYPE.

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Indraff

Indraff
1938 Grey Arabian Stallion
(*Raffles x Indaia)

Reference Sire

Indraff was selected by Bazy Tankersley to be head sire at Al-Marah because he epitomized her ideal horse with rock-solid legs, a good deep hip, heavy muscling in the gaskin and forearm, strong loins and a good deep V-chest.  Plus he had the stunning *Raffles head and his jaunty tail carriage.

Indraff was defeated only once in halter when he placed 2nd to his son Aah Abu.  He was the 1948 National Champion and was also shown successfully in Western Pleasure, English Pleasure, Costume, and Parade.  He sired 10 National winners and 38 daughters who produced National winners.

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Azraff

Azraff
1949 Grey Arabian Stallion
Reference Sire

In 1970, he was chosen as a Living Legend at the U.S. National Show in Oklahoma City.

In 1976, he was chosen as one of the Supreme Sires for the Jubilee, Santa Barbara, CA.

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Arabian Horse Association Codes:
* = The horse was imported into the United States
+ = Legion of Honor
+/ = Legion of Supreme Honor
+// = Legion of Excellence
++ = Legion of Merit
+++ = Legion of Supreme Merit
++++ = Legion of Masters

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