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Arieana Arabians ~ CMK Heritage Notebook
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Pedigree and Photo Gallery: I

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*Ibn Mahruss | Ibn Rabdan | Ibn Yashmak | *Incoronata 

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Leafy Bullet *Incoronata Leafy Bullet
AHR #1200

Color: Grey
Sex: Mare
Foaled: January 1, 1925

Sire: Skowronek (Ibrahim x Jaskolka)

Dam: Nisreen (Nureddin II x Nasra by Daoud)

Breeder: Crabbet Park Stud. Sussex, England

Imported by K.M. Brown (Agent for W.K. Kellogg). Pomona, California. Arrived at San Pedro Harbor, California. February, 1936.

Dam of 8 registered purebred Arabian foals (4 colts and 4 fillies) as recorded both in England and here in the United States including her daughter El Adalon (dam of Danalon) who is of mid-pedigree influence in Arieana's Arabians.

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From our Arieana Notebook: We are partial to this description of *Incoronata as written in 1957 by Herbert H. Reese in his book The Kellogg Arabians as it also gives clarity to the Kellogg Importation from Crabbet in 1936, and we quote:

"When I visited the Crabbet Park Stud I admired a dark grey filly on which Lady Wentworth refused to put a price. A few years later the Kellogg Ranch received a sales list from Crabbet together with photographs, and this filly, *Incoronata, by then a beautifully dappled mare, was on the list. Among others on the list were *Rissletta and *Sura (to which the prefix 'Crabbet' was added after importation). These three mares were selected, and purchased on the strength of their pictures and breeding.

Although I had seen *Incoronata I had no chance to inspect the other two before purchase, but it turned out to be one of the best buys the ranch ever made, as the records of these three mares will show. Two were by Skowronek, and the third, *Rissletta, was by [Naseem] a son of Skowronek, so it gave the ranch a further concentration of that blood.

*Incoronata was a large mare with good withers and long neck, but her head was not as extreme as some. She carried a very high tail." (Reese, pp. 144-145). *Incoronata is noted as destroyed by the Remount December 3, 1948 (Parkinson, p. 506).

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Recommended reading for further study on *Incoronata and her influence within the Old California/Reese CMK Heritage breeding traditions include:

Parkinson, Mary Jane. The Kellogg Ranch, The First Sixty Years. Cal Poly Kellogg United Foundation, Inc. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA. Third edition 1984.

Reese, Herbert H. in collaboration with Gladys Brown Edwards. The Kellogg Arabians ~ Their Background and Influence. Borden Publishing Company, Alhambra, CA. 1958.

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Pedigree of *Incoronata AHR #1200

Ibrahim PASB 407
Skowronek GSB 552
Jasolka PASB 3601
AHR #1200
Rijm GSB 393
Nureddin II GSB 602
Narghileh GSB 265
Nisreen GSB 706
Daoud GSB 363
Nasra GSB 532
Nefisa GSB 104
Sire Line: Ibrahim (Heijer)
Tail Female: Dajania (Blunt) (Kehilan Dejani)

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For more information on *Incoronata, or to see for yourself how her influence lives on in the prized and cherished horses of Arieana Arabians, please contact us. Visitors are always welcome; appointments are appreciated.

Suzi Morris
28952 Via Hacienda
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-5546
Phone: 949-248-1260

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