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Bask.....He was one of the greats in Arabian bloodlines......

Bask - I love this picture, probably my favorite of Bask, it shows the expressive personality he probably had. My Bask bred horses have it in spades!

Rare video footage of the magnificent Arabian stallion *Bask, (Witraz x Balalajka), imported from Poland, one of the most influential sires of all time.  I was distracted by the height of the fence though. He looks like he could hop right over it!

Rare video footage of the magnificent Arabian stallion *Bask, (Witraz x Balalajka), imported from Poland, one of the most influential sires of all time. I was distracted by the height of the fence though. He looks like he could hop right over it!

*Bask. The Arabian breed turned a corner and went in a new direction under the huge influence of this stallion.

Bask - Weaver Arabians Our Horses & Reference Ancestors - Gallery - Arabian Horse Breeders Network

Marwari stallion by Manu Sharma. Marwari comes from Marwar region, India. It's supposed to be an old breed together with its probable ancestor Kathiawari. There are 4000 years old paintings with curved-eared horses. Once the Marwari was very priced animal in India and also British army used it as a cavalry mount. When Brits left India and cavalry was considered old-fashioned, lots of Marwaris were lost. Luckily some families continued breeding and the breed is now saved.

Marwari stallion by Manu Sharma. Marwari originated in the Marwar region, India. There are 4000 years old paintings with curved-eared horses.

One of the last photos of Lady Wentworth with Skowronek, one of the founders of Welara pony, as well as Arabian horses throughout the world. Lady Judith Wentworth is quoted as having written and also stated she considered the "Welsh - Arabian as a cross produced the most beautiful pony on the face of the earth". Img: American Welara Pony Registry history - Crabbet Park Stud.

One of the last photos of Lady Wentworth with Skowronek, one of the founders of Welara pony, as well as Arabian horses throughout the world. Lady Judith Wentworth is quoted as having written and also stated she considered the "Welsh - Arabian as a cross produced the most beautiful pony on the face of the earth". Img: American Welara Pony Registry history - Crabbet Park Stud.

Ofir (Kuhailan Haifa X Dziwa) 1933 bay Pure Polish Arabian stallion.  Sire of Witraz, Wielki Szlem and Witez II

Ofir (Kuhailan Haifa X Dziwa) 1933 bay Pure Polish Arabian stallion. Sire of Witraz, Wielki Szlem and Witez II

Bask - Arabian - 1956 purchased by Gene LaCroix - died July 24, 1979 his stud fees went from $500 in 1963 to $10,000 in 1975 - Bask sired 1045 purebred foals

Bask (Witraz x Balalajka) The forefather of the modern Arabian in performance and show! An amazing horse. I had a great-granddaughter of *Bask.

Witez II--Legendary stallion who was rescued from Poland by General Patton during World War 2 and eventually imported to the US.

Witez II--Legendary stallion who was rescued from Poland by General Patton during World War 2 and eventually imported to the US. Our Arabian gelding's ancestor.

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